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Public Elevator

A grain elevator in which grain producers may store excess grain. Since one producer's grain is not differentiated from another producer's, grain may (and probably will) be mixed together. Some public elevators are recognized as an appropriate storage facility for the underlying assets on futures contracts, but they must be certified as such by an exchange.
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A sky bridge connects the garage to the first floor, which is the primary public floor, while easily accessible public elevators provide direct access to the ED waiting area.
Patrons of the downtown branch of the Eugene Public Library have probably noticed that one of the two public elevators has been out of service for months.
The negative effects are the same ones experienced during any renovation project, such as construction noise disturbing other tenants and customers, dealing with dust caused from construction, responding to contractors accidentally setting off fire alarms, determining contractor parking, coordinating after hours access, reviewing security needs, temporarily re-routing store entrances, locating area for material storage, handling contractor problems like using public elevators and restrooms, etc.
"It was his smiling face on the camera." Not surprisingly, the tenant never transported freight on the public elevators again.
To the west is a public corridor connecting the new main lobby, public elevators, and other amenity spaces, including the dining area, chapel, and gift shop.
The previous wayfinding system had identified three public elevators (Capitol, Lincoln, and Garden) and one service elevator (Elevator B), often used by the public and located close to Capitol.
In the public elevators, two portholes are Integrated Into a wall at different heights with animations that change at each floor, including an underwater scene to mark the ground floor, a beach scene for the first floor, and an aerial view for the second floor.
Ground-floor visitors can ride elevators from the lobby or take the "diving bell" elevator to the second floor, where they'll access the public elevators between the second and 11th floors.
Staff transporting patients on stretchers utilizes elevators located discreetly from the public elevators. Services delivering clean supplies and food utilize assigned elevators also discreetly located from the public.
Usually, architects try to get patients and visitors into the hospital as quickly as possible by locating the facility entrance in the center as close to the public elevators as possible.
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