Fire alarm testing underway

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On August 26, 2020

Missouri S&T’s facilities services staff, in conjunction with Cintas Fire Protection, is inspecting campus fire alarm systems. The process began this week and will continue for four to five weeks. Signs will be posted on entrances of buildings on the day of inspecting and testing. All aspects of the fire alarms will be tested – strobe lights, smoke detectors and horns, which may signal for up to 15 seconds during testing.

Inspections will be conducted in the following buildings:

  • Bertlesmeyer Hall
  • Bureau of Mines Buildings 1, 2 and 3
  • Butler-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall
  • Castleman Hall
  • Centennial Hall
  • Computer Science Building
  • Curtis Laws Wilson Library
  • Custodial and Landscape Services Building
  • Emerson Hall
  • Engineering Management Building
  • Engineering Research Laboratory
  • Fulton Hall
  • Gale Bullman Building
  • Harris Hall
  • Humanities and Social Sciences Building
  • Innovation Park
  • Interdisciplinary Engineering Building
  • Kennedy Experimental Mine Building
  • Kummer Student Design Center
  • McNutt Hall
  • Norwood Hall
  • Parker Hall
  • Physics Building
  • Rolla Building
  • Schrenk Hall
  • Straumanis James Hall
  • Straumanis James Hall Geothermal Plant
  • Southwestern Bell Multicultural Center
  • Temporary Facility A
  • Toomey Hall

For more information please contact Michelle Bresnahan, director of environmental health and safety, at 573-341-4305 or, or Tim Davis, facilities supervisor, at 573-341-4252.

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