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Pye-Barker Fire & Safety acquires Integrated Security Group

September 9, 2022SSN Staff

ATLANTA – Security company Pye-Barker Fire and Safety has announced another acquisition this week with the addition of Integrated Security Group (ISG). Terms were not disclosed.  It’s the second acquisition this week for Pye-Barker, which also added Briscoe Protective only a day prior and not accounting for Complete Security Systems, which Pye-Barker acquired in early August. ISG, based in Middletown, Ct., specializes in the design, installation, and servicing of alarm systems...

Bart Proctor, Briscoe Protective, Eric Garner, Integrated Security Group, John McKenna, Pye-Barker

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Briscoe Protective launches new corporate brand identity, logo and website

July 10, 2019SSN Staff

CENTEREACH, N.Y.—Briscoe Protective, a commercial fire and security services provider based here, recently announced the launch of its new corporate brand identity, redesigned logo and website. Their original group of brands — Briscoe Protective Systems; Worldwide Security; GC Alarm; SCAN Security; and Bellringer Security — have been consolidated under one name Briscoe Protective to form a cohesive brand identity."Taking the time to really listen to customer needs and being able...

Alexander Schuil, Briscoe Protective

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20 Under 40

'20 under 40' Class of 2018—Michael Petrone

November 6, 2018Paul Ragusa

Michael Petrone, 36Director of project operations, Briscoe ProtectiveCentereach, N.Y.Michael Petrone is director of project operations at Briscoe Protective, a security company that specializes in designing custom fire alarm and security systems for commercial, industrial and institutional clients. In his current role he oversees and ensures that Briscoe's $3.5-million-worth of on-going projects are running efficiently and under budget, a task that he says “is multi-faceted and complex, and...

Briscoe Protective, Michael Petrone, Security Systems News (SSN)

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Also Noted

Long Island fire company co-sponsors conference

June 27, 2014SSN Staff

CENTEREACH, N.Y.—Briscoe Protective Systems, an engineered systems fire and security company based here, recently co-sponsored a Nonprofit Facilities Day Conference. Honored at the event were the parents of a girl whose 2009 death from carbon monoxide spurred New York state to pass a residential CO detector law, called Amanda's Law, which took effect in 2010. According to Briscoe, a highlight of the June 12 conference was when Ken and Kim Hansen were honored. Their daughter, Amanda Hansen,...

Amanda Hansen, Amanda's Law, Briscoe Protective, Nonprofit Facilities Day Conference

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CO restaurant death leads to new laws, but can industry do more?

May 21, 2014Tess Nacelewicz

CENTEREACH, N.Y.—The death of a Long Island, N.Y. restaurant manager from carbon monoxide poisoning has prompted several Long Island communities to pass new CO requirements. However, the president of a Long Island fire company also believes the industry should do more to alert the public to the danger of CO by adding more features to fire system-connected detectors, such as digital displays of ambient CO levels and low-level CO alerts. But a manufacturer says that could lead to false alarms...

Bob Williams, Briscoe Protective, CO detection, Honeywell, Legal Sea Foods, Physical Security, Steve Nelson

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CO poisonings in two states may lead to expanded detector requirements

March 12, 2014Tess Nacelewicz

YARMOUTH, Maine—Calls to expand mandates for carbon monoxide detectors in commercial buildings in New York and Maine have resulted from recent cases in those states of poisonings by the deadly gas—one of them fatal. Fire alarm companies in both states told Security Systems News they support expansion of state CO laws and gave suggestions on cost effective ways businesses could add detectors. On Feb. 22 in a Long Island, N.Y. mall, 26 people were sickened at a Legal Sea Foods restaurant...

Bob Williams, Briscoe Protective, carbon monoxide, Maine Burglar & Fire Alarm Association, Protection Professionals, Rich Brobst Jr.

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Benevolence benefits business, N.Y. fire company finds

December 31, 2013Tess Nacelewicz

CENTEREACH, N.Y.—Being good to nonprofits is also good for business. That's what Briscoe Protective Systems, an engineered systems fire and security company based here, has found in offering cost-effective products and services to nonprofit agencies, ranging from extended warranties to free training classes. “I'll tell you what comes from it: an outstanding reputation. Because just like a bad vendor, a good vendor, the word spreads,” Denise Rueda, Briscoe public relations...

Award, Bert Briscoe, Bob Williams, Briscoe Protective, Denise Rueda, nonprofits

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Firing up residential security companies

December 20, 2013Tess Nacelewicz

CENTEREACH, N.Y.—Today's security alarm dealers face tough competition from new players like telecoms and cablecos and DIY products sold by big box retailers. So it makes sense for dealers to expand into the lucrative fire alarm market—as long as they gain an understanding of the requirements and liabilities of that code-driven business. That was the key message in a recent webinar presented by Briscoe Protective Systems, an engineered systems fire and security company based here...

Bob Williams, Briscoe Protective, Kirschenbaum & Kirschenbaum

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