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EVACUATION PROCEDURES & ROUTES

There are three stairwells that can be used two stairwells available for building evacuation. Stair 1 serves the gymnasium level 0 to the 67th floor floor/roof, is located on the east Temple Street side of the building next to in the elevatorssoutheast corner, and occupants exit the stairs on the 1st floor into the lobby and out the main entrance onto Cambridge floor onto Temple Street. Stair 2 serves the gymnasium level 0 to the 1st floor6th floor, is located on the east Ridgeway Lane side of the building in the northwest corner, and occupants exit the stairs on the 1st floor floor onto Ridgeway Lane. Stair 3 serves floors 2 – 4 as well as the 6th floor, and is located on the southwest corner of the building, and occupants exit the stairs on the 1st floor onto Hancock Street. There are two exits available to the bookstore. The first exit is out the main entrance onto Cambridge Street. The second exit is in the back of the store on the east side and leads to a corridor which opens into Stair 2

There is an exit from the lobby onto Temple Street.

On floors 1 through 6 there is a pass-through on the south side of the building into the Archer Building.

The primary assembly area for 148 Cambridge 41 Temple Street is the intersection of Cambridge Temple Street and Temple Cambridge Street.  

If there is a need to assemble further away from the building, the secondary assembly area is in front of the Donahue Building on Temple StreetRoemer Plaza, which is located on the south side of 20 Somerset Street, outside the main entrance.

The designated areas of refuge for 148 Cambridge 41 Temple Street are the landings in the stairwells. These areas are sometimes known as “emergency waiting areas” or “locations for rescue assistance.” The enclosed stairwells are constructed of fire resistive materials that protect individuals from the effects of a fire during evacuation.  

 

REPORTING A FIRE OR EMERGENCY

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