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 Case Studies

  • Imagine walking into your financial advisor’s office prepared to make important decisions only to be met by a loud, beeping noise during your visit. As an employee, imagine having to work as the beeping continued all day. This was the exact problem a local Illinois financial firm faced.
  • ​As one of the largest college campuses in the world, Berry College in Rome, GA, boasts 27,000 rolling acres that include fi elds, forests, lakes, and mountains, providing scenic beauty in a protected natural setting. There are 47 primary buildings on campus, including 15 classroom facilities and 10 residence halls. Berry College embraces a bold and distinctive approach to meeting the challenge of preparing students for life by combining relevant academics with character-enhancing and career-building experiences.​

  • Organizers of the prestigious FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Vail Valley, Colorado had two temporary facilities constructed. One to support the throngs of broadcast media covering the event 24/7, and the other to offer VIP ticket holders up-close views of the competition. Considering the facilities’ rapid set-up and tear-down, wireless fire alarm protection offered the ideal solution.

  • Nestled in the shadows of the Appalachian Mountains, the University of North Georgia’s main campus needed to streamline its fire alarm systems to be able to respond quickly and effectively in the event of an emergency.

  • The sanctuary of the Calvary Church in Naperville, Ill., was completed in 1993 and more than 20 years later, underwent a renovation, which included the addition of more seats and a K-8 school. All of these changes required fire alarm system upgrades to meet new codes, support more field devices and provide key functions, such as voice evacuation.

  • ​The National Federation for the Blind (NFB) Headquarters in Baltimore, Md., has chosen to upgrade its two facilities’ separate fire alarm systems using an intelligent MS-9600UDLS addressable fire alarm and a voice evacuation system from Fire-Lite Alarms, installed by local integrator Dantech Security. Many of the people who work for the organization are blind or have some visual impairment, making it a critical necessity​...

  • ​​The fi re protection systems on the Miles College campus in Fairfi eld, AL, have been updated by fi re alarm and security integrator Protection 1 using Fire-Lite Alarms’ MS-9600UDLS addressable fire alarm systems. Utilizing an existing IP (Internet Protocol) network for fire alarm reporting...

  • ​Seeking to accommodate its fast-growing membership, Russian Evangelical Baptist Church in Westfield, Mass., began planning an expansion in 2010 that would include a new 35,000-square-foot octagonal building, with worship facilities for 1,250 people on the main floor and a basement expansion of its school.

  • ​The Mamajuana Café franchise opened the doors to their newest addition in Paterson, N.J., with an addressable MS-9200UDLS system from Fire-Lite Alarms to protect its occupants and livelihood.​ The Latin restaurant also came away with a more reliable, money-saving means for monitoring its fire alarm system with the IPGSM-4G fire alarm communicator from Honeywell Power.

  • ​One of the Northeast’s largest warehouse and distribution centers turned to Fire-Lite Alarms and its largest-capacity fire alarm control panel, the MS-9600UDLS, to manage a new fire protection system for the 450,000-square-foot facility, owned by A. Duie Pyle. The facility typically houses a large stock of commercial goods in between transits to big box stores and other merchants.

  • ​Fire-Lite Alarms offers an IP (Internet Protocol) Communicator that has enabled Georgia’s DeKalb County School District to avoid thousands of dollars in fire alarm transmission fees for its 144 buildings. As for the upgrade to utilizing its existing IP lines for fi re alarm reporting, the school district surmised the cost to be half that of replacing its current radio system.

  • The Savannah College of Art & Design in Savannah, Georgia, occupies more than one million square feet and spans over 40 buildings. The college is located in Savannah's historic Victorian district and includes several prestigious structures, most of which date back over 100 years. ​
  • Moss Landing is one of those well-kept secret “Southern Living” areas most dream about retiring to some day. Located on the Pamlico River, this beautiful 8-acre development offers waterfront luxury along North Carolina’s Inner Banks with proximity to the Intracoastal Waterway. The site features luxury villas and town homes with upscale amenities and a deep-water marina in the historic, waterfront town of Washington, North Carolina.

  • There's a lot riding on Clemson University's new International Center for Automotive Research (ICAR) in Greenville, SC, a venture that has already attracted more than $100 million in public and private investment.​

  • You'll find a tremendous admiration and respect for the way things used to be when you visit The Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum and its adjacent history museum and archival library. Home to nearly 200 antique, vintage and classic cars and aircraft ranging from the first enclosed automobile to the first winner of the Cleveland 500, the Crawford collection is one of the top ten in the nation according to Car Collector magazine.​