Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
Sunday, December 1, 2002

Montana company wins contract

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Enterprise Electric has been awarded a $484,550 contract from the Air Force Space Command, Malmstrom Air Force Base, to repair a fire alarm system and install equipment receptacles in a building.

Besides installing fire and security systems, Enterprise Electric, a 39-year-old company, provides fiber optics, intercom and phone systems.

U.K. fire firm to expand into North America

COVENTRY, England - A smoke alarm company here is planning to crack the North American market by hiring a successful international business manager.

The company, Sprue Aegis, has appointed John F. Walsh as president of U.S. operations. Walsh is the former president of Dicon Holdings, one of the world's largest manufacturers of smoke alarms.

Three states adopt NFPA 1

QUINCY, Mass. - Colorado, Kentucky and Maine are the latest states to adopt the most recent editions of NFPA 1, Fire Prevention Code.

The code is designed to ensure public safety from hazards caused by fire and explosion. Its primary purpose is to address basic fire prevention requirements for construction, maintenance and the use of new and existing buildings and structures.

According to a National Fire Prevention Association press release, 16 states have adopted NFPA 1.

Wayne Automatic donates time to Habitat

LAKE COUNTY, Fla. - Employees of Wayne Automatic Fire Sprinklers partnered with Habitat for Humanity this fall, making it the fifth house the employees have helped build. Employees purchased materials and provided design and installation work of the fire sprinkler system.