Not an expert on the topic, but I believe that might depend on local regulations, and whether the buildings are serviced by different ER centers or not. Have you tried reaching out to your local ER team to review this?
As Jamie stated it depends on your State's e911 regulations and your corporate standards. some states such as Florida for example requires all new phone systems to provide station level location identification which is very extreme, most others that have e911 regulations limit the ERL to specific square footage, i.e. IL is 40,000, so every 40K sq ft requires its own ERL and thus ELIN(s). You can check up to date e911 regulations per state here:
And as always when in doubt on such questions consult with your legal team as a lot of these laws are interpreted differently by different people.
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