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Habitat for Humanity offers case study on the ease and affordability of sprinkler installation

Por Fred Durso, Jr. David LaFond (left), regional manager for the National Fire Sprinkler Association, presents certificates of appreciation to Massachusetts fire officials recognizing their home fire sprinkler advocacy efforts. As highlighted on this blog, NFPA and sprinkler advocates from the Massachusetts Fire Sprinkler Coalition collaborated for the sprinklering of two, new Habitat for Humanity homes in the town of Hanover. David LaFond, New England regional manager for the National Fire Sprinkler Association and member of the coalition, recently presentedcertificates of appreciationon behalf of the coalition to Hanover Fire Chief Jeffrey Blanchard and Deputy Fire Chief Barbara Stone In recognition of their

Fuente:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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