Les constructeurs tentent d'éliminer nouvelle exigence pour les extincteurs automatiques domiciliaires via une action en justice

By Fred Durso, Jr. Image courtesy of Kittisak at The city of Estero, Florida, celebrated a victory in October 2015, when its fire district unanimously passed an ordinance to sprinkler new, one- and two-family homes. The celebration, however, was short-lived. One month later, two builder groupsthe Lee County Industry Association and the Florida Home Builders Associationfiled a lawsuit against the new requirement. While the complaint wasn’t formally served at that time, implementation of the ordinance was delayed until July, reports The News-Press, a Floridian publication. With the suit from the builders properly filed this month, the groups claimimminent harmto their business

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative

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