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A View from the Street
Buildingsonfire

In the context of the view from the street, much can be told that has direct relevance to your buildingonfire. In this, our view from the street the building at the right side of the image is our primary occupancy. What are the existing buildings to the bravo side exposure telling us during our read of the building? What's the context to our primary building?

Our primary building has a number of key attributes that would directly influence the building's performance under fire and impact operating companies. What do you think they are?

What is the single most important read on this building and why? What does the facade indicate to you, its importance and its impact on tactical fire suppression or support assignments?

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