An air traffic control tower is defined as, “an enclosed structure or building with elevated levels for support of equipment or occupied for observation, control, operation, signaling, or similar limited use”. NFPA 101, Chapter 11 provides the fire protection and life safety requirements for these structures.
This slideshare presentation provides an overview of the listed requirements.
Fire Codes for Air Traffic Control Towers from Aaron Johnson
This Slideshare is a small part of the 24-hour program, Advanced Inspections for Aviation Facilities. A complete course syllabus and prospectus can be downloaded from, http://bit.ly/AviationInspection_course .
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