A Review of the (FL) High-Rise Condominium Fire Sprinkler Retrofit Requirement and Opt-Out Provisions

I have developed a simple and brief overview of the Florida Fire Prevention Code (FFPC) that is now posted in our firm’s website. The three-page document explains that the FFPC defines “high-rise building” to mean a building that is greater than 75 feet in height, with the height being measured from the lowest level of fire department access to the floor of the highest occupiable level.  Read the article……………       PDF Overview……………


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