More doors from my (local) travels…
This is the main entrance to a bar in Boston. I guess it’s not considered a nightclub, or it would have to comply with the revised requirements for nightclubs in Massachusetts. The three locks are not code-compliant regardless, but I wonder how the codes define a nightclub. Anyone know?
This is a restaurant entrance pair and although they’re not necessarily a code problem, they’re hideous! If the plates are holding the doors together, it’s time for new doors!
An inexpensive hold-open:
I never would have thought that a lock with an indicator would require so much explanation:
Here’s another bathroom door…6 stalls, panic hardware, and a deadbolt. Why?
And finally, one of my favorite BBQ restaurants needs a longer panic device for its main entrance. The door is more than 3′ wide, and the device that’s installed is for a 3′ door. Since the codes require the actuating portion of the device to be at least half the width of the door, this one isn’t wide enough.