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Fire Box 13-45
Built in 1993, the main portion is three storied while the north end is two storied. The entire structure is of fire resistive construction. This structure houses offices, library, conference/seminar room, chemical and radiation safety laboratories, counting room and a small mechanical room below grade reached via stairs from the first floor. A small penthouse is present on the west side directly over the hazardous waste incinerator.
A three-storied atrium is present in the front (south) side of the structure. This expanse is separated from each level by smoke barrier construction.
The building is protected through-out with combination wet pipe sprinkler/standpipe system. The penthouse (second level) is protected by a dry pipe system. Standpipes are located in the stairs on the second and third floors and in the exit corridor on the first floor. The fire department connection is located on the right side of the building on Lombard Street. Knox FDC caps have been installed on the fire department connection to prevent vandalism.
Portable fire extinguishers are located throughout the facility.
A fire alarm system consisting of manual pull stations, visible/audible devices, smoke detectors, sprinkler water flow alarms, and valve supervisory devices is interconnected to the Pine Street Police Station.
A medical waste incinerator is located in the north two storied portion of the structure. The penthouse contains a segment of the exhaust stacks for the incinerator.
Two interior stairs are present, one within the atrium which terminates at the public way via the first floor lobby on the south end, with the second leading directly outside into the cemetery on the west side, second floor level. A second means of egress is provided for the first floor via the north end of the building.
Fire department suppression equipment has access on the south side and a courtyard on the North side, which may not be accessible for all types of aerial equipment.
A Knox Box has been installed in the fire command center with keys for elevators, mechanical areas, electric areas and fire alarm panels to be used by the fire department as needed. key for the Knox FDC caps is also located in the Knox Box.
This building is classified as Business & Industrial (NFPA) and Business & Moderate-Hazard Factory and Industrial Use (IBC).