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Salvador Sarabia

Mr. Sarabia has over 20 years of experience in the construction industry with a thorough familiarity with procedures and trade skills utilized in large and small construction projects. Since FMS’ founding, Mr. Sarabia has personally directed planning and implementation of hundreds of challenging DC, Quasi-DC and AC magnetic field mitigation systems as well as Radio Frequency (RF) shielding projects throughout the United States and abroad, including substantial projects in the Far East and Europe.

Working with alongside FMS engineers in an advanced research program, Mr. Sarabia developed a number of proprietary and innovative techniques for installing magnetic field shielding materials which appreciably improved technical performance, while also notably improving quality and installation efficiency. Mr. Sarabia has developed procedures and the necessary logistical structure to efficiently manage multiple shielding installation projects at different geographical locations. Moreover, these innovations have proven to reduce installation schedules, overall costs, and effectively limit the impact of shielding installation to ongoing operations.


Acess – Japan

While designing a new fourteen (14) story headquarters building in Osaka, Japan, Acces Co. Ltd., a major software development company


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30 Hudson

Goldman Sachs’ construction of a 42-story, 1.5 million sq. ft. office tower was the first phase of a new campus known as The 30 Hudson Development Project

85 Broad Street

To mitigate EMI threat concerns, FMS designed and implemented multiple special magnetic field shielding schemes to lower EMF levels to acceptable, non EMI threat levels.


Over its 20 years, FMS has successfully completed hundreds of EMI projects which included a diverse range of consulting and mitigation services.

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