exit passageway

exit passageway

An enclosed means of egress connecting a required exit or exit court with a public way.
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In addition to removing the stair to the roof, the 2015 /-Codes also allows the removal of the fire-rated door and rated wall assembly between an interior exit stairwell and the exit passageway, provided there are no unprotected openings or penetrations in the exit passageway.
Examples include exit passageway enclosures, atrium boundaries, stairwell enclosures, and separations between occupancies in a mixed-use building.
1 Bellis Fair Parkway 95, $27,500 to construct demising wall to create mall storage area accessed only from exit passageway 14: Bellis Fair Mall common storage.
Take the exit passageway at the bottom right and go along Nant Hall Road past Kwiksave, Bodnant School and Bodnant Avenue, cross over to the left side and note the numerous green Alexander's bushes between the trees.
Resident A has become adept at thwarting the electronic signaling device he wears, and even with coded entry and exit passageways, staff are unable to keep him from wandering.
Typically these areas are pressurized to prevent the spread of smoke through exit passageways in the building.
In high-rise structures, the system should be designed to inhibit the flow of smoke into exit passageways and other open areas.