As you pointed out in your email, your fire protection is turned-off.
It sounds like the Fire Sprinkler Monitor Panel is turned off, so no one will know if the pump is working at all. If there's a fire, there's even a possibility the pump won't automatically turn on.
If someone isn't there to turn it on, the fire pump may not turn on. If there is a real fire, in order to turn the fire suppression pump on, someone has to enter the room once the fire starts to burn the building.
Of course, if no one is on site who can turn on the pump, before the fire suppression pump will can be activated, the fire will continue burning for half an hour to an hour, at least until the qualified person arrives.
Brown-outs happen once in a while. Building fires are an extra cause of brown-outs in buildings. Your generator's Automatic Power Transfer Switch, which should automatically turn-on and transfer-to the emergency power generator, has been turned off. That's what a Manual Power Transfer Switch does; it turns on and off the emergency power generator.
In order to turn on the generator once a fire starts, and the lights have failed, someone has to go into a dark basement, find the transfer switches, and turn on the generator.
If no one is on site who can turn on the generator, the fire will continue burning for half an hour to an hour, until the qualified person arrives.
This is a huge liability issue. People die when the fire protection is turned-off; people go to jail for making decisions to turn-off fire protection.
To protect the lives of everyone in the condo community, and to protect yourself from liability, you might want to put your concerns in writing and provide the concerns to your association. If anyone questions it, they should ask their insurance company and the fire marshal.
The bottom line, though, is to find a sprinkler company who can fix the fire pump and the fire pump's control panel, and to find an electrician who can fix the stand-by generator.