Tag: Doors

Subterranean Grand Central Oyster Bar Closes Doors After 12 Days Of Indoor Dining

Grand Central Oyster Bar, the iconic restaurant inside of Grand Central Terminal, is giving up on indoor dining less than two weeks after reopening. The restaurant, which first opened in 1913, cited a “lack of traffic and business caused by the COVID-19 pandemic” in a Facebook post on Saturday.

The gorgeous subterranean space has no windows or outdoor space, meaning it was unable to offer outdoor dining at all during the pandemic. Restaurants across New York City were allowed to reopen for indoor dining, at 25% capacity, on September 30th, and Grand Central Oyster Bar was among those that reopened.

The restaurant excitedly wrote on Facebook five days ahead of reopening, “We are a New York landmark with Guastavino tiled vaulted ceilings located on the lower level of the magnificent Grand Central Terminal. We are eager to serve you again! The oyster bar, lounge, bar, and counter seating will remain

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People: MAW Consulting; DWF; Express Bi-Folding Doors; and more

Leeds-based independent quantity surveying and project management business, MAW Consulting Limited, has added to its team, to service a steady stream of new opportunities and existing live projects.

Steve Leatherdale joins from Richard Boothroyd Associates, bringing a wealth of experience from previous employment at Franklin and Andrews, Wates Construction and most recently Richard Boothroyd Associates .

MAW Consulting was established in spring 2011 by Mark Watson who was formerly a partner at Rex Procter and Partners.

The business has a wide ranging client base and covers most construction sectors, with recent emphasis on Industrial, Infrastructure and Residential.

Current on site project locations include Stoke, Northampton, Oldham, Bakewell and closer to home in the Wharfe Valley.

Leatherdale said: “When I heard MAW Consulting were recruiting joining was an easy decision for me.

“I’ve  known Mark Watson the MD since the early 1980s when we studied together. We have always got on

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New British Airways First Class Suites Same Seat But With Closing Doors

There’s not much good news coming out of the airline industry these days. Many carriers have grounded large portions of their fleets, slashed flight schedules in response to travel restrictions and border closures, and even put up their frequent-flier programs as collateral for loans and bailouts. But at least one bright spot landed at London Heathrow Airport earlier this week in the form of a gleaming new first-class suite with closing doors aboard British Airways’ most recently delivered Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

Last year, the airline began a much-needed update of its business-class cabins, starting with the Airbus A350-1000s joining its fleet, and followed by a refurbishment of some Boeing 777s, then the delivery of its first Boeing 787-10s earlier this year. Taking a cue from newer suite-style layouts with closing doors that can be found aboard competitors like

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Central Park’s historic Loeb Boathouse has closed its doors after 66 years



a body of water surrounded by trees: The iconic boathouse has closed its doors due to the pandemic. Joreks/Getty Images


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The iconic boathouse has closed its doors due to the pandemic. Joreks/Getty Images

  • Central Park landmark Loeb Boathouse has closed due to “unforeseeable business circumstances prompted by COVID-19.”
  • 163 staff members have been permanently laid off after being furloughed in March, according to a filing from the Department of Labor.
  • Loeb Boathouse underwent a $2.9 million renovation to its bar, dining room, and outdoor seating area in 2018.
  • The restaurant reportedly plans to reopen next spring, but there are no confirmed dates as of yet.
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Central Park’s historic restaurant Loeb Boathouse has closed its doors after 66 years.

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In a filing with the Department of Labor last month, the restaurant said it closed due to “unforeseeable business circumstances prompted by COVID-19,” as first reported by local publication The City.

The Loeb Boathouse is one of Central Park’s most

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Saquon Barkley, Cam Akers, Christian McCaffrey injuries open doors for handcuff RBs

The injuries started early and didn’t seem to stop on Sunday. Saquon Barkley’s season-ending knee injury is obviously the biggest news, but Christian McCaffrey, Cam Akers, Drew Lock, Jimmy Garoppolo, Courtland Sutton, Davante Adams, and Raheem Mostert were just some of the other key players who exited early and did not return to their respective games. That many important injuries opens the door for replacements, many of whom will be among the top Week 3 fantasy waiver wire pickups. From handcuff RBs like Dion Lewis/Wayne GallmanMike DavisJerick McKinnon, and Darrell Henderson to potential breakouts like Chase ClaypoolJustin Herbert, and Dalton Schultz, you can bet it’s going to be a busy week for waiver claims and free agent adds.

Our full free agent list features plenty more potential contributors at every position. There are some guys who had good

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Facebook Business Suite Opens Its Doors to SMBs First

Facebook is giving small and midsized businesses in early present in honor of National Small Business Week Sept. 21 through 25 with its release Thursday of Facebook Business Suite, a cross-application interface that enables SMBs to manage their pages and profiles across the Facebook family of apps.

Rich Rao, the social network’s vice president, small business group, pointed out an interview that Facebook typically rolls out new feature to larger businesses and eventually extends them to SMBs, but it decided to make Facebook Business Suite available to smaller businesses first due to the needs it is seeing as a result of Covid-19.

Facebook Business Suite will enable SMBs to:

  • Post to Facebook and Instagram at the same time and manage posts from a single destination in order to better stay connected with their communities on each platform.
  • Get all messages, notifications and alerts from Facebook and Instagram in one place,
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Global Closet Doors Market 2020 Industry Analysis, Key Drivers, Business Strategy, Opportunities and Forecast to 2025

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Sep 07, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
The new report titled Global Closet Doors Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 published by MarketsandResearch.biz aims to provide an overview of the global market covering the market landscape and its evolution predictions during the forecast period from 2020 to 2025. In this report, each trend of the global Closet Doors market is watchfully analyzed and researched by the market analysts. Detailed market segmentation has been given on the basis of product type, application, and geography. The research provides an in-depth analysis of the market scope, share, year on year development, and opportunity analysis about the major regions. Experienced industry analysts analyze the market size, growth opportunities, applications, companies, and supply chains.

Competitive Rivalry:

The report has listed all the key players functioning in this

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