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20 minutes ago, Blue_Devil said:

I should have been clearer, I meant on Hill St. 

There is no Hill Street adjacent to that parking deck. Just the on ramp to 277.

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1 hour ago, SydneyCarton said:

Is that, in fact, glass on the garage?  It looks fantastic.

Yes after the first floor that is garage on Honeywell and yes glass clad 

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18 minutes ago, SydneyCarton said:

I wonder how they'll deal with ventilation from car exhausts if the garage is all glass enclosed.   It looks really amazing.  With glass, you can't tell that it's a garage.

several buildings around uptown are this way  the Avenue has a glass enclosed garage as does Truist/Hearst tower. and FNB Tower is doing this as well.  

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1 hour ago, SydneyCarton said:

I wonder how they'll deal with ventilation from car exhausts if the garage is all glass enclosed.   It looks really amazing.  With glass, you can't tell that it's a garage.

Good question. Ive also been wondering how they deal with ventilation in glass enclosed garages...

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I was in the Trader Joe parking deck at Midtown one day when the ground level exhaust fans were running. It was painfully loud. Truly deafening. Someone in the store said it was an occasional test. Once and never again for me.

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10 hours ago, tarhoosier said:

I was in the Trader Joe parking deck at Midtown one day when the ground level exhaust fans were running. It was painfully loud. Truly deafening. Someone in the store said it was an occasional test. Once and never again for me.

That's odd that they would be testing any fan over normal conditions for a parking deck.  The ventilation fans are also used for post-event smoke evacuation but they should still be ran at the same CFM as the typical ventilation. 

EDIT: If you're talking about the fans at the elevators, I have no idea why they would be doing any testing above normal conditions. 

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