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INFORMATION ABOUT PEOPLE DISTRIBUTION IN OFFICE

INFORMATION ABOUT PEOPLE DISTRIBUTION IN OFFICE

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I'M LOOKING INFORMATION ABOUT HOW MUCH SQUERE METERS FOR PERSON WE CAN USE IN A OFFICE WERE THERE ARE DIRECTORS, MANAGERS AND EMPLOYERS.

TANKS.  

RE: INFORMATION ABOUT PEOPLE DISTRIBUTION IN OFFICE

There is lots of planning info on this in "Architectural Graphic Standards,"  it is widely available.  Also, look at your building code, such as the International Building Code, under "means of egress."  This will give you population densities for different occupancies, for calculating egress capacity.  For offices, the number is 100 people per sq. ft.

RE: INFORMATION ABOUT PEOPLE DISTRIBUTION IN OFFICE

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tanks Henn

RE: INFORMATION ABOUT PEOPLE DISTRIBUTION IN OFFICE

I suppose by now you figured it out, 100 people per sq. ft. works for ants.  People should not be packed more densely than 1 person per 100 sq. ft.

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