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Floor Plan Template





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    plan template
  • In PeopleSoft Enterprise Incentive Management, the base from which a plan is created. A plan template contains common sections and variables that are inherited by all plans that are created from the template. A template may contain steps and sections that are not visible in the plan definition.





    floor
  • A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity

  • the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"

  • a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"

  • shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"

  • The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk

  • All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story











floor plan template - Metric 1:50




Metric 1:50 Scale Architectural Sanitary Plumbing Fixtures Architect Drafting Template Stencil - Technical Drafting Design Floor Plan Symbols


Metric 1:50 Scale Architectural Sanitary Plumbing Fixtures Architect Drafting Template Stencil - Technical Drafting Design Floor Plan Symbols



Dimensions: 167x95mm, Thickness: 1.2 mm Made from transparent, orange plastic. The rate of transparency allows to see the drawing medium below template for easy positioning. This architect bathroom planning stencil contains symbols of bidets, urinals, washing stands, sinks. Useful when sketching, drafting, marking-up design layouts for bathroom, WC, toilets. High quality, brand new item supplied in original packaging. --KEYWORDS--- linex rotring aristo helix staedtler standardgraph furniture house interior installation imeche riba handbook guide mechanical services book central building modern layout aia ace water heating gas decorating designer home architecture architect tool engineering










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Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary (The Rock)




Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary (The Rock)





Due to its isolation from the outside by the cold, strong, hazardous currents of the waters of San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz was used to house Civil War prisoners as early as 1861.

Following the war in 1866 the army determined that the fortifications and guns were being rapidly rendered obsolete by advances in military technology. Modernization efforts, including an ambitious plan to level the entire island and construct shell-proof underground magazines and tunnels, were undertaken between 1870 and 1876 but never completed (the so called "parade ground" on the southern tip of the island represents the extent of the flattening effort).[19] Instead the army switched the focus of its plans for Alcatraz from coastal defense to detention, a task for which it was well suited because of its isolation. In 1867 a brick jailhouse was built (previously inmates had been kept in the basement of the guardhouse), and in 1868 Alcatraz was officially designated a long-term detention facility for military prisoners. Among those incarcerated at Alcatraz were some Hopi Native American men in the 1870s.[20]

In 1898, the Spanish-American war would increase the prison population from 26 to over 450. After the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, civilian prisoners were transferred to Alcatraz for safe confinement. By 1912 there was a large cellhouse, and in the 1920s a large 3-story structure was nearly at full capacity.[21] On March 21, 1907, Alcatraz was officially designated as the Western U.S. Military Prison, later Pacific Branch, U.S. Disciplinary Barracks, 1915.[22] In 1909 construction began on the huge concrete main cell block, designed by Major Reuben Turner, which remains the island's dominant feature. It was completed in 1912. To accommodate the new cell block, the Citadel, a three-story barracks, was demolished down to the first floor, which was actually below ground level. The building had been constructed in an excavated pit (creating a dry "moat") to enhance its defensive potential. The first floor was then incorporated as a basement to the new cell block, giving rise to the popular legend of "dungeons" below the main cell block. The Fortress was deactivated as a military prison in October 1933, and transferred to the Bureau of Prisons.[23]

During World War I the prison held conscientious objectors, including Philip Grosser, who wrote a pamphlet entitled 'Uncle Sam's Devil's Island' about his experiences.[24]
[edit] Prison history
United States Penitentiary,
Alcatraz Island The interior of a regular cell in the row known as Broadway
Location San Francisco Bay, California
Coordinates 37°49?36?N 122°25?24?W? / ?37.8266°N 122.4233°W? / 37.8266; -122.4233
Status Closed (Museum)
Security class Maximum
Capacity 312
Opened 1 January 1934
Closed 21 March 1963
Managed by Department of Justice
Director
Wardens[25]
James A. Johnston (1934-1948)
Edwin B. Slope (1948-1955)
Paul J. Madigan (1955-1961)
Olin G. Blackwell (1961-1963)
[edit] Federal prison

The United States Disciplinary Barracks on Alcatraz was acquired by the United States Department of Justice on October 12, 1933, and the island became a federal prison in August 1934. During the 29 years it was in use, the jail held such notable criminals as Al Capone, Robert Franklin Stroud (the Birdman of Alcatraz), George "Machine Gun" Kelly, James "Whitey" Bulger, and Alvin Karpis (who served more time at Alcatraz than any other inmate). It also provided housing for the Bureau of Prison staff and their families.
[edit] Escape attempts
Chiseled cell air vent in Alcatraz
View of San Francisco from Alcatraz Island

During its 29 years of operation, the penitentiary claimed no prisoners as ever having successfully escaped. 36 prisoners were involved in 14 attempts, two men trying twice; 23 were caught, six were shot and killed during their escape, and three were lost at sea and never found.[26] The most violent occurred on May 2, 1946 when a failed escape attempt by six prisoners led to the so-called Battle of Alcatraz.

On June 11, 1962 Frank Morris, John Anglin and Clarence Anglin successfully carried out one of the most intricate escapes ever devised. Behind the prisoners' cells in Cell Block B (where the escapees were interned) was an unguarded 3-foot (0.91 m) wide utility corridor. The prisoners chiseled away the moisture-damaged concrete from around an air vent leading to this corridor, using tools such as a metal spoon soldered with silver from a dime and an electric drill improvised from a stolen vacuum cleaner motor. The noise was disguised by accordions played during music hour, and their progress was concealed by false walls which, in the dark recesses of the cells, fooled the guards.

The escape route then led up through a fan vent; the fan and motor had been removed and replaced with a steel grille, leaving a shaft large enough for a prisoner to climb through. Stealing a carborundum cord from the prison workshop, the pr











Eating At The First Floor




Eating At The First Floor





Credits: Layered template (Summer 11 Templates, Template 2) and All About Me Volume 2 both by Laura White (C.W Picket & Company). Fonts are sf Fill Me In and sf Haven both by Sugar Frog Fonts.
Journalling reads: When we were trying to think of how to celebrate your birthdays, we thought that going out for a meal would be a nice thing to do. Since Nana was in hospital we ended up changing our plans, for Lukas’s birthday dinner was a sort of picnic of chips and egg fried rice at the park. For Logan’s I ended up going to a hospital appointment with Nan, we just ended up going swimming and then getting Mcdonalds since that is what Logan wanted. It was a shame really since I had picked out a new to us restaurant on the cowley road, called The First Floor. It’s an eat as much as you like buffet that serves a micture of chinese, thai, indian and continental food. We decided that it would be really nice to go there for Daddy’s birthday instead. We got all dressed up and caught the bus to the restaurant. They seated us in the window which you two thought was super cool, you had a great time watching all of the buses and people on the road below. We were really lucky since there was no charge for Logan since he was under 3 and they were running an offer where kids under 10 eat for just ?1. The waiters came over and asked what you would like to drink, we ordered a diet coke for Lukas, a pineapple juice for Mummy and a pint of beer for Daddy. We didn’t think Logan could be trusted with a glass so we gave him his bottle instead.. Lukas was feeling really hungry and he was really excited to start eating. Lukas decided to try the fish goujons, and ended up liking them so much he had 3 massive plates full, along with some chips and a few other bits and pieces, Mummy selected some bits for Logan including noodles, chips and 1 piece of fish. Mummy and Daddy enjoyed trying a bit of everything. Me and Lukas tried the freshly made buttered Naan breads and enjoyed them so much we ended up sharing 2 plates full. We were just a little bit disappointed that there only seemed to be a very small selection of food available and they didn’t seem to be offering any kind of continental food, even though the website said they did pizza made to order. Then we moved onto the desert, Lukas had some ice cream and chocolate mousse while Mummy chose fruit salad and banana mousse. Logan and Daddy didn’t want any. It was so nice for us to be able to enjoy a meal out together as a family, that was not a Mcdonalds and we were so very proud of how you both behaved even if Logan did make a mess!









floor plan template








floor plan template




Metric 1:50 Scale Architectural Sanitary Plumbing Fixtures Architect Drafting Template Stencil - Technical Drafting Design Floor Plan Symbols






Dimensions: 200 x 110mm, Thickness: 1mm. Made from transparent, orange plastic. The rate of transparency allows to see the drawing medium below template for easy positioning. This sanitary engineering planning stencil contains plan and side view symbols and shapes of sanitary fittings, fountains, sinks, urinals, bidets, washing basins, bath tubs. Useful when sketching, drafting, marking-up architect design layouts for bathroom, WC, toilet. High quality, brand new item supplied in slide-in plastic wallet for easy storage and protection against scratches. --KEYWORDS--- rotring staedtler alvin piping shower boiler asse engineering house interior installation gas supply handbook guide mechanical services book central wc building modern layout water heating aspe phcc ua designer home engineer architect bathroom aphc










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