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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.

Engineered Software updates sprinkler program

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SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2005

LACEY, Wash.--Engineered Software released an upgrade to its flagship Pipe-Flo Professional product.

Legislature passes nursing home sprinkler bill

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SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2005

TAMPA--The Florida Legislature approved a bill in the beginning of May that affects fire safety in nursing homes, reported the Tampa Bay Business Journal.
The legislation requires all of the state's nursing homes to install automated fire sprinkler systems by Dec.

City to require sprinklers in new multi-family units

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SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2005

WASHINGTON, Pa.--Beginning this summer, all new multi-family buildings here will be required to have fire sprinklers.

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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