Ask a Question about method time measurement pdf BOMA Standards? Tell us about a building you need measured. This diagram compares the BOMA 1996 Office Standard against the new BOMA 2010 Office Standard. At first glance one immediately assumes that the new standard “grows” the building.
Actually, total building rentable SF does not change between the two standards, except for garden style office buildings with exterior circulation. Circulation is included in rentable as building service for the new 2010 Standard. The diagram also shows the relationship of the BOMA Gross Area Standard to the 2010 Office Standard. If you would like further clarification on the new standards give us a call. Click on image for a larger view. Standard and update to the 1996 Office Standard.
Extended Corridors, Base Building Circulation, External Circulation, and additional diagrams, definitions, and explanations. Standard primary used to calculate Construction Gross and External Gross Areas of a building. The Standard is applicable to all types of buildings, Office, Retail, Industrial, Hospitality, Medical, etc. Construction Gross area can be used for insurance purposes and replacement cost as well as other applications. External Gross Area may be used to determine a lease rate when leasing to a single occupant or tenant in a building.
BOMA is also close to finalizing two additional standards, Multi-unit Residential Buildings and Retail Buildings. Click to learn more about BOMA Standards. On Tuesday, March 16th, BOMA International formally announced via email a new webinar aimed at understanding its latest Floor Area Measurement Standard for Office Buildings. Treasurer for BOMA International and former Chair of the Standard Floor Measurement Committee, will be conducting the webinar. The new 2010 Office Standard is a significant revision of the 1996 Standard and includes expanded definitions, 45 full color illustrations and is presented in a digital hyperlinked PDF format. In the Webinar Kent plans to review the 1996 Office Standard, outline some of the significant and new features of the 2010 Standard including “Single Load Factors”, occupant storage and external circulation for buildings located in sun belt areas.