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Measure Twice and Cut Once BOMA 2017 For Office - Be Careful!

Jun 28, 2018

As most of our readers know, Building Owners and Managers Association International (BOMA) has developed standards (BOMA Standrds) for measuring commercial space.  BOMA Standards are widely adopted in the commercial real estate sector.

From time to time, BOMA Standards are revised to better deal with the intricacies of building facilities and uses. BOMA Standards for office buildings were substantially revised in 1996, 2010, and again in 2017. Unfortunately, in its attempt to deal comprehensively with the many phyiscal conditions and uses within an office building, BOMA 2017 may be problematic.

Read the full article: MEASURE TWICE AND CUT ONCE

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