The City Centre elevator modernization project is not the largest or most-recognized elevator modernization project in the world, but it represents a unique application of an existing elevator dispatching system. City Centre is a seven-story office building in downtown Tallahassee, the capital of Florida. For some unknown reason, when it was originally constructed in 1982, the building was provided with two traction passenger elevators serving all seven floors of the building and two hydraulic passenger elevators serving only the first four floors. Even more unusual is the fact that all four elevators share common lobbies on the first four floors.

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New traction machines.