For the safety and convenience of our tenants and their employees, the following sections are a few suggested procedures in case of emergency. These suggestions are not intended to replace specific instructions available from various public agencies.

Active Shooter Response Plan

Bomb Threat Response Plan

Elevator Failure Response Plan

Fire Response Plan

Power Failure Response Plan

Severe Weather Response Plan

Preservation of life always takes precedence over preservation of property. If an emergency occurs, first call 9-1-1. Then, notify Building Management so we can assist with the response.

Please provide Building Management office with up-to-date after-hours emergency contacts for your company.

Each tenant should develop their own emergency plan. Your plan should include an evacuation route from their suite and a designated gathering place should a building evacuation be necessary. The emergency plan should name specific personnel designated to perform the following duties in the event of an emergency:

  • A person in charge to lead the emergency plan. This individual will ensure safe and complete evacuation of their suite in the event of emergency. In case of a full evacuation, they should also report any missing personnel to the Fire Marshall.
  • One person and an alternate to notify the fire or police department and the Property Manager.
  • Employees trained in the use of fire extinguishers.
  • "Buddies" to aid those who need assistance in case of an evacuation.