The storage lockers were a “pilot,” the kind of small test that city government frequently uses to test a new or controversial idea. The city offered up the lockers for individuals to use for months-long stretches. At the time, city officials warned that “misuse of the lockers, vandalism, or other unanticipated results,” could force them to cancel the project.
The solid grade laminate doors are highly resistant to scratching, they do not absorb moisture and are they highly heat resistant. Importantly they can take an impact without fear of distortion which unlike a steel locker door, means that they will not bend or dent. In any school, college or academic setting having school lockers that can withstand the knocks from your students means that you will get a school locker that will provide longer useful service than a standard school locker. Both the overlay and inset doors are designed to stop the doors been deliberately forced inwards as may be experienced in a deliberate vandal attack. The inset door has a unique anti vandal designed door frame stop.
Additionally, we’re creating downtown’s first commuter bike station, located near the corner of Wewatta and 16th Street. The building itself is designed with bikes in mind, right down to the bike frame-inspired architecture. The bike station will offer lockers and bike racks for day use as well as memberships for daily commuters. Amenities include heated locker rooms with toilets and showers and a bike shop selling necessities like tubes, pumps and lights.
Once the Union Station redevelopment is complete, these buses will have a pristine, new hub—underneath 17th Street between the historic Union Station and the Light Rail Plaza. This beautiful underground bus terminal will accommodate 22 bus bays for easy, congestion-free transfers. There’s also an underground, enclosed passenger concourse so you can get where you’re going easily and comfortably.
Don't count on finding this kind of thing. Some silly people put bombs in there. Our Homeland Security people try to head those things off. In Europe, especially GB, you can't even find a trash can on the sidewalks for the same reason. A worker at the train station told us to just throw it on the floor, the people in the green jackets will pick it up. Really. What a world we live in.
"Coors Field regulations allow only soft-sided bags and containers 16"x 16"x 8" or smaller to be permitted in the gates. All permitted bags are subject to search both upon entry and within the ballpark. All gates utilize "Inspection Lanes" for Guests carrying permitted items. Coors Field regulations also prohibit Guests from bringing certain items into Coors Field. See RESTRICTIONS for a list of prohibited and permitted items."
On one of our trips, (Honolulu, I think) there was a business which had vans that would meet you at the airport outside baggage claim and store your luggage in the van. Then when you were finished sightseeing, you called the driver to arrange a meeting place at the airport to pick up your bags and head back into the airport for departure. I was a little leery of this arrangement, but several Trip Advisor folks had used it and gave it a thumbs up, so we tried it and it worked great. I've often wondered if something like that would work at DIA.
Having an off-site storage locker for your business means having an extra place to store all those old papers, overstock items and seldom-used equipment. Because your locker is easily accessible, you can get what you need when you need it. It's as convenient as keeping everything in the office, but you'll have more space to add a desk or build a bigger break room.
Used lockers are available in a variety of styles from American Surplus. We typically stock used box lockers, full door lockers, garment lockers, and half door lockers. ASI currently has large quantities of lockers in stock and we have all styles to suit your various storage needs. Our used lockers are in great condition, and are inspected for damage and wear prior to shipment.
With traditional package delivery, staff members typically spend a lot of time logging and organizing deliveries. These packages end up taking up valuable floor space and could remain there for a long time if a recipient forgets to pick it up or can't retrieve it during regular office hours. If packages are delivered to the recipient's door, there is the risk of the package being stolen or lost. Most residents would undoubtedly prefer a delivery system with tracking and security measures to keep their items visible at all times even if they're away from home. Lastly, it can be difficult to impossible to store perishable items that need to be refrigerated until the recipient can pick them up. But with meal kit and grocery delivery, this need is only going to increase.