Many citizens may not consider the threat recent riots pose until something occurs in their own local community. Demonstrations devolving into riots and arson affect our society and way of life. Local small businesses being burned out of operation is sadly becoming more widespread. This is catastrophic to the hard working families that spend their life savings building a business. All too often these businesses are not properly insured and will close their doors forever. There is a greater risk to… Read More »New Threats to Public Safety: Arson at the Police Station
Vaults have served many purposes throughout the centuries. For example, churches in the 15th Century built vaults as part of the sacristy to protect church funds, chalices, and expensive ministerial robes, as well as church artifacts and printed documents. Illustrated manuscripts with painted illumination were part of the church’s collections. Castles also contained vaults to… Read More »Who Protects the Holy Grail?
The National Fire Protection Association reports that arson is the leading cause of fire in the United States. Serial arson and arson for insurance purposes have in recent years experienced an increase due to fires set for political reasons. In the United Kingdom, over 50% of fires were arson as reported by fire and rescue… Read More »Protecting Vital Records from Arson and Protest Movements
Lyme Town Hall A Town that has captured all that is desirable in New England with a charm that stretches back to 1665. A history of Lyme really begins with Saybrook, which was established by the Earl of Warwick in 1631 and named in 1636 and the region draws its original name from the coastal… Read More »Lyme, Connecticut, Town Hall, Circa 1665
ProjectProtect vital medical records for their patients, data processing records for the Chief Information Officer and documents required by the JCAHO. SolutionFIRELOCK® Modular Data Vault with Class 125 Fire Rating and magnetic shielding installed adjacent to medical records and the Oncology Department. Due to new requirements by the JCAHO, hospitals and medical clinics are required… Read More »Trumble County Memorial Hospital
The ProjectProtect vital records for data processing and the central corporate repository. The Chief Information Officer was in control of 300,000 magnetic media cartridges. The repository was also to include four large StorageTek Silos, which would allow all divisions to have online access to the record library. SolutionA 66′ x 60′ x 10′ FIRELOCK® Modular… Read More »Multinational Fortune 500 Company
The ProjectProtect vital historical and medical research records for future generations. The SolutionFIRELOCK® Modular Data Vault with Class 125 Fire Rating and magnetic shielding. The Department of Energy, which manages all of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, has rigid requirements which mandate the preservation and protection of all DOE vital records. Oak Ridge is significant… Read More »Oak Ridge National Laboratory
The ProjectThe Kenai Peninsula Borough record center in Soldotna, Alaska had all of their vital municipal records on microfilm and magnetic media, but they lacked the proper storage facilities. They needed a data rated record vault that was economical to climate control and could be located in the warehouse space adjacent to their paper record… Read More »Municipal Record Center
The ProjectGreenPoint Bank had a large quantity of mortgage records and other legal documents on paper that required a new expandable fire protected vault. Being a successful and expanding financial institution, they also needed a vault that they could relocate to keep up with their growing record archive. The SolutionA FIRELOCK® Class 350-Four Hour Fire… Read More »GreenPoint Bank
Recently, a 40′ x 116′ x 12′ vault was disassembled in Tucson, transported to California, and re-engineered into two 24′ x 30′ x 20′ vaults with a Zone IV seismic rating. A 20′ x 33′ x 16’8″ vault was disassembled in Nashville and reinstalled in Philadelphia. All of this work was done in a 30-day… Read More »Modular Fireproof Vaults — Just How Modular Are They?