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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Hotel fire sparks concerns over fire safety

A recent fire in local N.J. hotel garnered attention by news outlets across the country raising concerns about fire safety in hotels and motels. The two-alarm fire which broke out on Sept. 10 at the Best Western on Route 1 in South Brunswick, caused extensive damage leaving the hotel uninhabitable […]

September 12, 2017

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Free Fire Sprinkler Burn Trailer Demonstrations

October is National Fire Safety Month! Attention Schools: A few key dates are still available to book your FREE Fire Sprinkler Burn Trailer Demonstration. NJFSAB offers an educational program for schools that includes fire safety tips, a discussion about how fire sprinklers work, and a real-time demonstration using the Burn […]

September 5, 2017

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Apartment Fires Tied to Cheaper, Wood-Based Construction

By Jon Kamp and Laura Kusisto Published: Wall Street Journal (Aug. 17, 2017) Shortly after Independence Day last year, developer Rick Holliday got a call informing him his 105-unit apartment building, under construction in Oakland, Calf., had gone up in flames. Mr. Holliday suspected the fire was sparked by teenagers […]

September 5, 2017

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