Update #47: Visitor Welcome Centre—Main staircase
Transcript—Update #47: Visitor Welcome Centre—Main staircase
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(Light instrumental music is played in the background throughout the video.)
(Title screen shows title in the middle of screen, a yellow box runs around the text. At the bottom of the screen, a line drawing of the Parliament skyline runs from left to right.)
Text on screen: Visitor Welcome Centre- Main stair case Daily Update 47.
(Pan from bottom left to top right. Pans shows the new visitor welcome centre stairs and elevators. The images is from above and demonstrates the slope and direction of the stairs and escalators. The escalators and stairs take visitors from ground level to one level below ground. Pan shows the new antechamber for the House of Commons situated in the old courtyard of west block. The first images shows the old exterior wall and the new wall for the House of Commons. The new flooring in the antechamber is grey polished stone and up lighting wraps around the new House of Commons wall. The pan ends by panning by a corner of the new house so there is a clear demonstration that the ante chamber wraps around the new House of Commons.)
(Pan from left to right. Image of the roof line for the stairs which is curves white plaster with the lighting coming from the up lighting on the sides where the roof and wall meet. A construction worker walks down the stairs that has some construction plastic and caution tape on the sides of the stairs.)
(Pan from left to bottom right down the visitor welcome centre stairs. Pan shows the stairs in the center of two new escalators and how the visitors will walk down to the access tunnel.)
(Pan from left to right and finishes pointing at the stairs from the bottom. There is a construction worker walking down the stairs and you can see the elevator bottoms on each side the room that the stairs go to is large with 15 foot high ceilings and large room that is the beginning of the tunnel to the west block.)
(Pan is from bottom left up the stairs and gives a close perspective of the stairs. Pan ends looking up at the white arched ceiling.)
(Public Services and Procurement Canada Wordmark.)
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