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The little fire company that could

Fire systems in 14 schools in five months? A handful of dedicated employees pull it off
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11/03/2011

TRAVELERS REST, S.C.—The Addison Safety Group is a small company with just seven employees doing installation and service, but this summer it decided to take on projects that included installing fire systems in 14 area schools—with contracts for each school averaging around $120,000. The opportunity was just too good to pass up, said company president and CEO John Ratliff.
But Addison, which is based here, had to do the work in just five months—along with completing its regular workload, which included several churches and a high-rise apartment building.

ECS = ‘A brand new industry’

Demand has grown for emergency communication systems since 9/11, panel of experts says
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09/08/2011

NORTHFORD, Conn.—Before Sept. 11, 2001, few people saw the need for a comprehensive emergency communications system, according to Peter Ebersold, marketing director for Notifier by Honeywell.

Notifier protects historic warship from fire

Fire alarm system 'did its job' on USS Yorktown
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08/18/2011

NORTHFORD, Conn.—Thanks to a Notifier by Honeywell fire system installed about two years ago on the USS Yorktown warship in Mount Pleasant, S.C., a fire on the historic aircraft carrier Aug. 9 was quickly detected and extinguished, according to the company, which is based here.

Custom Alarm’s fire business growing

Company hires new fire project manager
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07/05/2011

ROCHESTER, Minn.—Custom Alarm, based here, started out 43 years ago in the basement of the home of the company’s president and CEO Leigh Johnson, whose background was in sound.

Notifier creates fire panel BIM models

The company is adapting its panels for new building information modeling trend
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06/02/2011

NORTHFORD, Conn.— Notifier by Honeywell is among those who believe that BIM or building information modeling is likely to take hold in a big way in the fire alarm market. To take advantage of this trend, the company recently created digital content models of its most popular fire alarm control panels.
BIM is information-rich, three-dimensional architectural modeling of a structure, and is increasingly being used to design building projects instead of the traditional 2-D format.

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