Vestibule Sample Clauses

Vestibule. The Vestibule floor mat material shall be “Supreme Nop” as manufactured by Mats, Inc. The material shall be 7/16” thick, laid for full coverage. The color shall be “Black Walnut”.
Vestibule. 1) There are double leaf doors leading from the vestibule into the Library; each has a clear opening width of 27 inches. Provide at least one active leaf with a minimum clear opening of 32 inches measured from the face of the door to the opposite door stop with the door open 90 degrees.§§ 4.13.4, 4.13.5. 2) The public telephone located in the vestibule has its highest operable part 67 inches above the finish floor and insufficient clear floor space because it is located within the swing of the door to the Library proper. Provide a public telephone that has its highest operable part no more than 48 inches above the finish floor for a forward reach, or, if that is not available, no more than 54 inches above the finish floor for a side reach, and provide clear floor space at the telephone that complies with the Standards. §§ 4.31.2 & Fig. 44, 4.31.3, 4.2.4, 4.2.5, 4.2.6.
Vestibule. 7.1. Vestibule doors to be Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx 3000 with transom. Exterior door to be one parting door interior doors to be two (2) single sliding doors (#OM-3048 and/or #OM-3048 All doors to have clear anodized finish. Purchase doors from VENDOR 6.
Vestibule. The aisle side of the operator's barrier, the wheel housings, and when applicable the modesty panels shall be fitted with vertical passenger assists that are functionally continuous with the overhead assist and that extend to within 36.0 inches of the floor. These assists shall have sufficient clearance from the barrier to prevent inadvertent wedging of a passenger's arm. A horizontal passenger assist shall be located across the front of the Trolley and shall prevent passengers from sustaining injuries on the dash or windshield in the event of a sudden deceleration. Without restricting the vestibule space, the assist shall provide support for a boarding passenger. The assists at the front of the Trolley shall be arranged to permit a 5th percentile female passenger to easily reach from the door assist, to the front assist, to vertical assists on the operator's barrier, wheel housings, or front modesty panel.
Vestibule. (b) Repair the outside wall in Karlene’s office that is separating from the interior wall.

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  • Fencing A 6-0’ galvanized, 9 gauge, 2” mesh fencing and chain link fence-with gate around perimeter electrical equipment pad locations is included. Special provisions for privacy slats, special hardware, lock sets, small fabric, etc. are not included. 4” bollards are included only in areas subject to vehicle impact. Additional bollards required by utility or other entities are excluded. Labor

  • Doors Doors for entrance to and exit from the Premises shall be kept closed at all times, except when in use for entering or exiting the Premises.

  • Restrooms The restrooms, toilets, urinals, vanities and the other apparatus shall not be used for any purpose other than that for which they were constructed, and no foreign substance of any kind whatsoever shall be thrown therein. The expense of any breakage, stoppage or damage resulting from the violation of this rule shall be borne by the Tenant whom, or whose employees or invitees, shall have caused it.

  • Windows Windows in the Premises shall not be covered or obstructed by Lessee. No bottles, parcels or other articles shall be placed on the windowsills, in the halls, or in any other part of the Building other than the Premises. No article shall be thrown out of the doors or windows of the Premises.

  • Walls 12 Developer shall provide rustication patterns on all walls, except drainage headwalls, in Aesthetic 13 Area 3 in accordance with Exhibit L2.24 of the LAADCR. The final designs shall resemble these 14 simulations.

  • Elevators Elevators for the use of all tenants and the general public for access to and from all floors of the Building, programming of elevators (including, but not limited to, service elevators), shall be as Landlord from time to time determines best for the Building as a whole.

  • Lavatories Cleaning and janitorial services to be provided in the common area lavatories of the building shall include:

  • Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning General Office Area: The building shall be equipped with a combination heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. The system shall have ducted supply and return air. The space above the ceiling shall not be used as a supply or return plenum. The systems shall be sized in accordance with the weather conditions identified in Chapter 13, “Energy Conservation” of the 1996 BOCA Building Code and supplemented by the “Building Code Rules”. All HVAC equipment shall be commercial or light industrial grade. If new construction it shall be installed at grade or within mechanical rooms for easy access and maintenance. If existing construction, roof mounted equipment will be considered after all other options have been exhausted, including the elimination of noise and vibration transfer to the structural members. The HVAC systems shall be zoned, with units sized and placed as required by heating and cooling loads on the building. Zoning of systems is dependent on the size, shape and orientation of the building. The HVAC system shall be divided into a minimum of 4 exterior and 1 interior temperature control zones. Return air shall be taken from the area supplied or adjacent to the area in the same temperature control zone. The ventilation and exhaust system shall be sized to maintain a positive pressure throughout the building envelope to limit air and dust infiltration. No HVAC ductwork shall be installed under the floor slab or underground.

  • Fences Except for establishment cost incurred by the United States and replacement cost not due to the Landowner’s negligence or malfeasance, all other costs involved in maintenance of fences and similar facilities to exclude livestock shall be the responsibility of the Landowner.

  • Roof Any Tenant-installed equipment must be removed and roof penetrations properly repaired by licensed roofing contractor. Active leaks must be fixed and latest Landlord maintenance and repairs recommendation must have been followed. Tenant must check with Landlord’s property manager to determine if specific roofing contractor is required to perform work.