enclosed platform

enclosed platform

The partially enclosed, raised portion of an assembly room, the ceiling of which is not more than a specified distance above the top of the proscenium opening; designed or used for the presentation of plays or other entertainment wherein scenery, drops, decorations, etc., may be used.
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The group's most preferred option is to have an enclosed platform so that wildlife is protected from noise and visual disturbance, or at the very least, raising the glass balcony wall to minimise sound and visual disturbance.
The group's most preferred option is to have an enclosed platform so that wildlife is pro tected from noise and visual dis turbance or, at the very least, raising the glass balcony wall to minimise sound and visual dis turbance.
At Radyr, improvements will include new enclosed platform shelters, new lighting and new park and ride facilities.
The VRC can lift several thousand pounds in an enclosed platform and features a patented overload detection system to prevent jams, product spillage or equipment malfunction.
Accessibility improvements, such as over 2,400 accessible bleachers on both the home and visitors' sides of the football field and a press box with enclosed platform lift, will allow all students to benefit from the facilities.
Inside there was no dashboard, just a large enclosed platform that covered the engine.
Whatever cosmetic improvements are undertaken to the passenger concourse areas of New Street Station the enclosed platform andtrain operating areas will inevitably remain a depressing and unhealthy vault, totally unsuited to the city's image and needs.
An enclosed platform lift seemed to be the appropriate solution.