Service core

Service core

A vertical element in a multistory structure, containing the elevators, vertical runs of most of the mechanical and electrical services, and the fire stairs.

service core

A multistoried space in a tall building, usually centrally located, that houses essential building services such as elevators, and/or is the wiring distribution site for services such as electricity, telephone, security, fire protection, communications systems, and plumbing lines.
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the proposed works involve the removal of the existing roof, floor slab and northern gable, stabilisation of the remaining perimeter walls, the insertion of a new glulam timber structure to provide accomodation over two partial upper levels and ground floor, reconstruction of a new northern gable and a new extension to the western side to house a lift, stair and service core. the gross floor area of the proposed works equates to c.
With our expanded geographic footprint and added operational flexibility, this transaction supports our vertically integrated steel making model and will leverage our existing rebar manufacturing technology and customer service core competencies."
The 1560 and 1660 printer models' extended life service core is guaranteed for five years of operation from the time of installation.
Building on the class-leading availability of the 1000 Line continuous inkjet (CIJ) printers, these new additions to the Videojet CIJ portfolio offer an extended life service core, which is guaranteed to provide five years of operation from the time of installation.
The initial stage of the project will include: development of mobile service core networks; transmission and fibre optics; radio access network; power supply and environment; fixed line next generation network; Internet protocol backhaul.
* Are the Service core values qualities that members of that Service have a unique requirement to possess, or are they merely desirable qualities that any virtuous citizen in a democratic society should have?
The Acme Packet Net-Net Session director solution protects and controls SIP sessions between the MetroPCS service core and LTE endpoints, and provides the Proxy Call Session Control Function (P-CSCF) in the IMS network.
The takeover is part of Innovation Groupa[euro](tm)s strategy to purchase businesses that bolster its existing service core, enable capturing additional value and bring a clear competitive advantage, chief executive Andy Roberts commented.
We begin by ensuring PR's inclusion in the architecture of the service core functions and by having a core function master plan.
Appendices offer a Department of State organization chart, Foreign Service core precepts, a list of those interviewed for the book, and list of websites and blogs, plus extensive chapter notes and a glossary.
Travelport intends to utilize Kestrel, the G2 web service core, and associated tools as key elements in the development of a new unified, travel agent desktop solution, expected to be released in early 2009.
In the search for transformative approaches to scholarly publishing, research library publishing programs are intentionally exploring the boundaries of what program managers conceptualize as a service core. The challenge is to provide the basic service suite by reallocating resources, partnering, seeking synergies with related services, and developing modest revenue streams.

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