BL Second Try

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BL Second Try

Postby catonahighhorse » Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:38 am

Hello, here is the 2nd try at the BL layout for your comments and critique. Thanks.
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Re: BL Second Try

Postby catonahighhorse » Tue Oct 10, 2017 10:01 am

Just realised the EE is missing its door. Assume access from MP space.Thanks
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Re: BL Second Try

Postby Sparky83 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 11:12 am

Illegal dead-end to SW. Fatal.
TR's do not have to stack.
MP must have 2 exits. You have only 1. Exit doors MUST swing in the direction of egress.
Cannot see windows...interior or exterior.
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Re: BL Second Try

Postby catonahighhorse » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:05 am

Thank you for your comments. Per Prof. Dorf's comments and the feedback from this post, would it be reasonable to define a dead end as a corridor that does not have exit stairs at its end?
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Re: BL Second Try

Postby Sparky83 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:08 pm

catonahighhorse wrote:Thank you for your comments. Per Prof. Dorf's comments and the feedback from this post, would it be reasonable to define a dead end as a corridor that does not have exit stairs at its end?

No. Corridors have 2 ends. A corridor may end at a lobby or an exit to the exterior at one or both ends. A corridor may end at another corridor that leads to an exit.
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Re: BL Second Try

Postby catonahighhorse » Fri Oct 13, 2017 7:18 pm

Correct, I should have been more careful with my words, I meant a corridor that meets one of the conditions listed in your reply on one end, but does not have an exit at the other end. This condition of one directional exit travel must be kept under 20 feet as I understand it.
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Re: BL Second Try

Postby Coach » Wed Oct 18, 2017 1:32 pm

catonahighhorse wrote:Correct, I should have been more careful with my words, I meant a corridor that meets one of the conditions listed in your reply on one end, but does not have an exit at the other end. This condition of one directional exit travel must be kept under 20 feet as I understand it.

A dead end is any point in a corridor from which you have only one direction of egress.
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