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Bonded Lightning’s Lightning Safety Alliance presentation is approved for continuing education credit by the Florida Board of Engineers and is an AIA Registered Provider.
Lightning Protection Basics
Length: 1 Hour
Credits: 1 Learning Unit
A review of proper lightning protection system design and application as it conforms to UL, LPI and NFPA lightning protection requirements….
…May 3, 2018 marks Bonded Lightning’s 45th Anniversary delivering commercial and residential property owners professional lightning protection, surge protection and imminent warning systems and solutions. Headquartered in Jupiter, Florida, through hyper-local regional offices in Tampa and Tallahassee, the company serves Florida, Georgia, Alabama, the southeastern U.S., all of the Caribbean, as well as specialized needs nationwide.
Bonded Lightning will be exhibiting at the following upcoming shows:
Florida Buildings Engineering & Facility Maintenance Show
April 25, 2018
Florida State Fairgrounds
FRSA (Florida Roofing & Sheet Metal Expo)
June 27-29, 2018
Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center
October 8 &
…Eric Birster has been named Tallahassee Division Manager, expanding Bonded Lightning Protection’s presence to commercial and residential clients in the Northern corridor and Southern Georgia. Birster’s 10 years at Bonded Lightning’s Jupiter, Florida headquarters led to his recent promotion. He has worked on several large projects throughout the state, including Hard Rock Stadium and Panorama Tower.
…Bonded Lightning Protection today announced the opening of a hyper-local, regional office in Tallahassee, Florida. The new office is the company’s third in the state, affording Bonded Lightning statewide coverage. Joining its Jupiter, Florida headquarters and Tampa, Florida offices, the Tallahassee office, located at 1505 Capital Circle NW, Unit B, allows the company to better serve commercial and residential clients in the Northern Florida corridor and Southern Georgia.