Commercial Wine Cellars Chicago Illinois Lockers – Processed Video Transcription
What you’re looking at is a photograph of the Fairmont Hotel Commercial Wine Cellars Chicago Illinois. I’d like to take you on a tour of the drawings for these wine cabinets.
What you’re looking at is an overhead or plan view. This is showing the whole area of the round lobby. This is the doorway leading into the lobby, this is a bar that is in the lobby and these are the wine cabinets rounded behind and as well as on the other side of the door.
Each elevation has a letter designated – Elevation A, B, C, D, and E. We are going to walk through these one at a time. Elevation A and elevation E are the same; elevation B is all commercial wine storage; elevation C and D are chocolate storage on the bottom, cheese storage on the bottom, and commercial wine storage on the top.
We have a total of 858 bottles that can be stored in these cabinets. Elevation A and E which are the same have two doors. These are glass doors at the bottom and you have a horizontal waterfall display in a Lattice design. This shows where you can see your labels in the front as well at the back bottles.
On the top is more of a locker that holds 750ml bottles. Down below you have a dry storage area which means this area is not cooled; it’s just an open area like a drawer where you can store miscellaneous items.
The top we have hidden behind a panel is a split system evaporator a CC1800 which chills the entire column. We’ll move on and there are three of these in section A and three in section E.
Moving on to section B, we now have three doors. We have the door for the individual 750s, a door that holds the horizontal waterfall, and a door at the bottom that has an open shelf. This is right behind the bars so that the bartender has a place to put his open bottles and have them stand up. Again you have the split system at the top cooling the entire column.
Elevation C is meant to cool your chocolates on the bottom and your wine on the top. It has two split systems, one for the bottom section and one for the top two sections so that they can be cooled at different temperatures.
We have three glass doors; we have a cooling system at the top and another cooling system halfway down and again dry storage at the bottom.
Elevation D is just like elevation C. It has its own cooling for cheeses so that we can regulate the bottom to be the proper temperature to store the cheeses.
I want to show you a few more photographs of the completed commercial wine cellars Chicago Illinois project. This of course is in the lobby area. We will go to the next one looking from the left side, you can see that there are lockers at the top but the storage has two doors on it.
The next photo shows you where there are three doors going all the way around. You can see the ladder and rail. This one again shows the ladder and rail going all the way around. This one is a close-up, it is a rolling ladder and it shows the hardware on the doors and the upper cabinets they all have locks.
Hope you have enjoyed the walkthrough of the Fairmont Commercial Wine Cellars Chicago Illinois and this has been brought to you by Wine Cabinets and Commercial Wine Cellars Specialists.