Vertical transportation: elevators and escalators

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Wiley, 1983 - Science - 495 pages
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GEORGE R. STRAKOSCH is one of the world's leading authorities on vertical transportation. His concepts and principles established the elevator systems for numerous projects, including the World Trade Center, Sears Tower, and John Hancock Tower. His practical approach included project management of facilities such as Cape Kennedy Space Center, MGM Grand in Las Vegas and Reno, as well as a multitude of major commercial buildings.

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