Thu 28 Jul, 2011
Tags: Benedictine Sisters, Clyde, Elevator, Renovations
We are waiting with expectant hope for the new elevator cars to be installed.
One has arrived and is waiting to be tested and used. The second one has not yet arrived. It seemed the shaft wasn’t quite plum – it leaned, not like the Tower of Pisa, but enough to warrant correction before we install the new car.
How does one correct a leaning elevator shaft without tearing it down and rebuilding? By chiseling away the brick and mortar while maintaining proper code requirements.
Better to take the time now and do it right than hurry through and have something go amiss later on. Thus, we wait with hope.
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