Video: Gamewell-FCI talks fire and life safety

Patrick Lynch, Project Manager and Editor with Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine sits down with National Sales Manager Mike Madden from Gamewell-FCI to discuss life safety technologies, NFPA code changes, and the evolving life safety marketplace.

08/30/2010


Patrick Lynch, Project Manager and Editor with Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine sits down with National Sales Manager Mike Madden from Gamewell-FCI to discuss life safety technologies, NFPA code changes, and the evolving life safety marketplace.

In the interview, Madden outlines how his relationship with specifiers has changed over his 35-year career, NFPA 3 updates/changes, and why healthcare facilities pose the biggest challenge for implementation of life safety technologies.

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