The Building Owners and Managers Association International (BOMA) is an accredited consensus standard developer of a few consensus products that inform facility management practice of private and public industry. BOMA has initiated the process of revising its Gross Areas measurement standard Z65.2 for Industrial Buildings: Standard Methods of Measurement. The primary objectives of this standard are:
- To promote an unambiguous framework for determining the areas of Industrial Buildings with a strong focus on Rentable Area calculations.
- To facilitate transparency and clear communication of building measurement concepts among all participants in the commercial real estate industry.
- To allow a comparison of values on the basis of a clearly understood and generally agreed upon method of measurement.
- To align concepts and measurement methodologies with the International Property Measurement Standards: Industrial Buildings (January 2018) document.
Comments are due November 4th.
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We keep all BOMA standards on the standing agenda of our monthly Facility Management standards teleconference. See our CALENDAR for the next online meeting; open to everyone.
Category: Architectural, Facility Management
Colleagues: Mike Anthony, Jack Janveja, Richard Robben