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Figure 1: The layout of Stoke Local Service Centre, with coloured areas showing the ventilation strategy. Green shows areas naturally ventilated, pink areas are mechanically ventilated (not heated or cooled), and blue the IT training suites which are air- conditioned. The toilet areas in orange are extract only.
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