Looking Back

About 19 months ago, almost to the day, I wrote a blog about not being able to wait until “business as usual” returned. Well, that aged about as well as a gallon of milk. Over the past almost two years, we have navigated an industry and a world that seemed to change daily, while at […]

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Why All Buildings Need a Balanced Fire Protection Approach

In 2019, the U.S. saw 3,074 fire-related deaths, a steady increase of this type of tragedy since 2012, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. That same year, fires accounted for $14.8 billion in damage, a 75% increase since 2010. While I dare say even one death is too many, these tragic trends are a powerful […]

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