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Megacity acquires Crouch

SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2005

DAYTON, Ohio--Full-service fire protection firm Megacity Fire Protection acquired Crouch Fire & Safety Products in late February--a deal that expands Megacity Fire's product line, according to the Dayton Business Journal.
The acquisition added $700,000 in annual sales and seven new employees, according to the publication.

Firm's tech used in terrorism drill

SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2005

PITTSBURGH--SimplexGrinnell provided fire protection products for a Homeland Security Emergency Preparedness exercise that was conducted here on May 7.
Fire protection piping, valves and fire sprinkler heads from the company were used in a decontamination drill.

Firm studies with BuildingReports.com

System integrator ArCom adds fire alarm reporting service to mix
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06/01/2005

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.--ArCom, a systems integrator and fire system installer here, became a provider of BuildingReports.

FEMA says 3,000 die in residential fires per year

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SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2005

WASHINGTON--A new study by The U.S.

The NBFAA stakes its place with fire installation course

SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2005

SILVER SPRING, Md.--The National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association introduced an online training course in April called Fire Alarm Installation Methods that is one in a series of classes designed to reduce time and expenses typically involved in educational seminars.

Tyco Fire & Security extends Fla. lease

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SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2005

BOCA RATON, Fla.--Tyco Fire & Security, a business unit of Tyco International, inked a decade-long lease extension for its headquarters here, continuing as the sole tenant of the 10-story building the company occupies.

Montgomery Co. debates fire sprinkler legislation

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SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2005

ROCKVILLE, Md.--A Montgomery County Council member is pushing for legislation that would require older condominiums and apartments to be retrofitted for fire sprinklers, reported WTOP News.

There's a new kid in town

UTC develops its fire and security division, bringing Kidde, Chubb together
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05/01/2005

FARMINGTON, Conn.--United Technologies Corp.

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