On single-occupant floors, are restrooms considered occupant area?
The answer is No. Control over an area does not make it occupant area, with the most common example being restrooms on single occupant floors
Question 2 of 5
How many measurement standards for different building use-types and purposes does BOMA publish?
BOMA publishes 6 measurement standards for different building use-types.
Question 3 of 5
When two parties provide measurements and calculations for the same floor area and come up with different results, what does BOMA consider an acceptable variance?
BOMA considers a variance of 2% or less acceptable.
Question 4 of 5
The calculated rentable area of a floor can be larger than the measured gross area of that same floor.
The correct answer is True. The rentable area frequently exceeds the gross area of a floor. BOMA defines rentable area as the occupant are plus its share of allocated area, or as the product of the occupant area of a suite or floor are times the Load Factor A or B.
Question 5 of 5
In which condition can an unenclosed area of a building be included as rentable area:
The answer is “The area meets BOMA’s definition of ‘external circulation'”. BOMA says, “Interior gross area excludes voids, interstitial space, areas that are not enclosed such as roofs, balconies, terraces, colonnades, plazas, and portions of loading docks that extend beyond the outside face of the exterior enclosure. External circulation is included in the interior gross area only as defined in this standard.”
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