November Issue 2003

 


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November 2003
When Prof. Samuel B. Morse tapped out that first coded message on the key of the new telegraph machine, no one could have predicted where it would take us. READ MORE
November 2003
Tall buildings require different systems than “standard” buildings. This is true for fire alarm systems as well as electrical systems. So what defines a “tall” building? READ MORE
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November 2003
I read an article in the Birmingham Business Journal recently where the control of company inventory was compared to Goldilocks’ evaluation of the three bears’ porridge. READ MORE
November 2003
Though lightning season may be over by now, it is worth reviewing the impact storms can have on the operation of a facility. READ MORE
November 2003
Market estimates of annual sales for the outdoor commercial lighting segment range from $875 million to $2 billion, including street and bridge lighting. READ MORE

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