I received today’s Wordless Wednesday photo from Behrnt Aaberg of Aptus.  This is the main entrance of a public library, which also includes community spaces.  I’m guessing that both leaves of the pair are required to accommodate the egress capacity of the space, but regardless, both leaves are definitely intended for egress and provided for egress purposes.  This anti-theft set-up which reduces the egress width by about half, would not be code-compliant.

What other examples of post-construction changes do you commonly see?

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