- These were actually fire escapes, never intended for regular use : building code required very wide internal evacuation stairs, and Melnikov bypassed the code by adding exterior escape stairs
- The building was constructed largely of fireproof materials ( brick and cement and fibrous-cement roofing tiles ), and enclosed escape stairs were provided at each end of the building.
- Police Maj . Gen . Kongbej Choosri, commander of the provincial police, criticized the lack of external fire exits in the hotel, saying the internal escape stairs were deathtraps.
- The southwest and northeast elevations are symmetrical about faceted parapeted blocks flanked by two bays of timber sash windows with the verandah ends and the fire escape stair block to the corners.
- Constructed largely of rendered concrete block with a gabled corrugated steel roof similar to the two original roofs, the additions include basement spaces, two fire escape stairs, toilets and a large stage area.
- It's difficult to find escape stairs in a sentence. 用escape stairs造句挺難的
- Inside the main entrance a staircase led upstairs to the large hall space containing a specially treated dance floor of tallow wood with a platform, cloak rooms, ticket box and fire escape stairs.
- During a night out with her friends at The Loft, Maxine is dragged away by Patrick, and after arguing on the balcony, he grabs her, causing Maxine to fall down the fire escape stairs.
- A new entryway was added on the north-east corner of the building along with the fire escape stairs at the south and on the north-west corner of the school, contrasting modern with brutalist architecture.
- The corridor facing the north-western allotment boundary is approximately 150mm wide, while that to the opposite boundary shared with the John Headrick's Building is over 1m-wide enough to allow room for an external fire escape stair.
- In 1911 the building's first floor level was routinely being used as a picture theatre, new escape stairs were built on the northern side of the building in 1912 and the upper gallery was added in 1913 to increase seating.
- Changes to the building fabric included the addition of a lift to the tower; additions to the northern side of the building housing basement store and car park, escape stairs, toilets and a stage; and additions to the western side against Knapp Street including an entry court, beer garden and perimeter wall.
- From 1982 the former Naval Offices was used as Muddies Seafood Restaurant, and alterations were made including removing walls between the ground floor offices, constructing a new stair in the ground floor hall, removing internal partitions in the rear timber extensions on both levels, a new kitchen fit-out on the first floor, and adding a fire escape stair to the rear.
- Elements not of cultural heritage significance in the building include : post-1983 elements such as the basement, the escape stair at the junction of the two wings, the partitions and suspended ceilings in the rear wing, any replica cast iron columns not in their original positions, steel strengthening of the roof framing, the rear verandahs, reconstructed chimney sections, air conditioning ducts, and the modern fit-out and joinery.