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SureSpec web site hosts written specifications

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11/01/2004

COLUMBUS, Ohio- As its second anniversary nears next April, SureSpec.info founder and president John Larkin is in the process of enabling the company’s web site to host the written specification’s of architectural and engineering firms.

Sentry Security pushes into access control apps

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10/01/2004

SUNRISE, Fla. - Traditionally, Sentry Security has offered additional security applications beyond its mainstay of fire systems, but now with a real interest in access control emerging, the company has taken a step to train a sales person to chase those leads.

Fire systems companies find rhythm

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10/01/2004

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - For two companies based in the Birmingham market, how you approach new fire systems installation contracts can be somewhat different and entirely the same.

Federal gov’t proposes sprinkler bill

Bill would affect all nursing homes that accept either Medicaid or Medicare
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10/01/2004

HARTFORD, Conn. - U.

Purchase eases access to suppression line

Delta Systems buys out Building Technologies Alliance
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10/01/2004

DURHAM, N.C.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2004

State representative looks to implement sprinkler legislation
HARRISBURG, Pa. - State Representative Robert E.

SFPE appoints David Evans as new executive director

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10/01/2004

BETHESDA, Md. - The Society of Fire Protection Engineers has appointed David Evans as its new executive director of the 3,500 member not-for-profit firm for fire protection engineering professionals.

Presidential center has Siemens tech

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09/01/2004

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - When the William J.

Tyco Safety to slash 52 percent of workforce by end of year, SimplexGrinnell untouched

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09/01/2004

WESTMINSTER, Mass. - Despite Tyco Safety Products plans to slash 400 of 766 manufacturing positions within its products unit by the end of the year, the company’s high-end fire products division.

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