Fanning the flames: Naples condos fight fire codes while Marco complies (FL)

At the high-rise condos that dot the Naples and Marco Island skylines, the threat of a deadly fire is real. Without proper fire prevention equipment, a blaze could consume any of the buildings, some 50 years old, that are symbols of the area’s retirement lifestyle.  At least, that’s the threat that Naples Fire Marshal Bob Rogers sees, and its his job to ensure high-rises meet national fire safety standards, adopted in Florida law, requiring all condo towers taller than 75 feet to have sprinkler systems throughout the building.     Read the article…………..


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