public corridor

public corridor

A corridor or enclosed passageway connecting a room or suite with a stairway, fire tower, or other designated exit, but intended to serve only the occupants of the floor on which it is located.
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An intuitive wayfinding system ensures optimum movement throughout the facility by using a public corridor as the primary link for patients and visitors to any area of the hospital and adjacent MOB, while staff have a separate passage to move between departments.
There's a prison cell-sized staff bedroom tucked up behind the kitchen, and in addition to the apartment itself, the property transfers with five separate, non-contiguous units: a self-contained studio-style staff suite located on a lower floor, and a gym, children's playroom, laundry room and office space that all open off the public corridor that winds along the eighth floor.
Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas was rocked by gusts of more than 120kmh and giant waves that overturned furniture, smashed glasses and collapsed part of a ceiling in a public corridor.
The light levels in the interior corridors were designed for a gradual transition to the public corridor (along north-facing exterior windows) to reduce glare.
But when he and his fellow controllers moved into the new building, they were each allocated not an office, but something that looks like an airport check-in desk in a public corridor.
The experiments were designed to simulate a public corridor exposed to a wind-driven post-flashover apartment fire.
My wife and I have both worked for 25 years during which time NI contributions have been deducted from our earnings either by PAYE or the self-employed stamp which we always believed in our clear and naive stupidity was going to pay for our hospital treatment, as and when we retired, perhaps even with a bed rather than a public corridor trolley, together with some security in our old age in terms of care and support as fate may dictate.
Officials have drawn up plans to cover the whole of the perimeter of City Hall as well as internal public corridor and entrance areas with camera cover.
She said: "Chemotherapy and the side-effects can be traumatic enough for the patients without being on show to all and sundry in a public corridor.
Most courts that have considered the issue found that the use of a dog in a public corridor of a sleeper car to sniff the area outside of a roomette does not constitute a search.
You'll see light down each public corridor," and the light will help patients find their way around the facility.