Longer egress times, accessibility, evacuation, and multi-use buildings are examples of fire protection challenges that are unique to multi-unit high-rise buildings. All condominiums and high-rise buildings in Ontario must adhere to both NFPA and the Ontario Fire Code as it pertains to fire protection. It is designed to make sure that all occupied buildings in Ontario have the appropriate fire protection equipment, that it is properly maintained.
You are responsible for the safety of your buildings and tenants who come and go through your buildings each and every day. Properly installed and maintained fire protection systems are vital to your peace of mind.
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Assistant Site Supervisor | Grand Bend Wind LP
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Project Manager | Bird Construction
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FPET, C. Tech. | Arencon Inc.
“The professionalism exercised by our project staff and tradesmen has made working with you on this project a pleasure.”
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