Elevator Replacement How Does a Building With Just One Elevator Manage?

How does a building with just one elevator manage while undergoing a replacement or major repair project?
Having an elevator to spare you from trudging up a dozen flights of steps is a valuable amenity - but what happens if you've only got one, and it needs a major repair, or even needs to be replaced entirely? How will upper-floor residents - especially those with mobility or other health challenges - access their units in the interim? In this short clip, two elevator pros give some thoughts on how single-elevator buildings can mitigate the impact of a disruptive capital project. 

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