façade secourue

14:34 Jun 27, 2019
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French to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering / UK English
French term or phrase: façade secourue
This is about emergency services access to a building. According to the regulations: "les voies parallèles doivent se situer entre 8 et 1 m de la façade secourue". I am not sure whether "secourue" covers only the rescue of people from that facade of the building, or whether it also covers other activities by the emergency services (e.g. extinguishing fires) that concern rescuing property rather than people. While this might not make much difference to how I would translate it, it would still be useful to know.
B D Finch
France
Local time: 22:31


Summary of answers provided
2Emergency Exit
akretchefazia


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Emergency Exit


Explanation:
Hi D B Finch, I think it would be better if you provided a bit more context, for me it sounds like an emergency exit but not sure...

akretchefazia
Algeria
Local time: 22:31
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Asker: Thanks, but no, it definitely isn't an emergency exit!

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