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Tenant Glass Doors

Christopher Ashton
Maidment Land Surveys
January 15, 2021

We are measuring an office previously measured using BOMA Office 2010, Method A. A single tenant space has been divided into three suites. Two tenants have removed portions of the wall adjacent to the corridor and replaced it will a glass wall and entry. Should the boundary between the occupant area and floor service area be updated to measure to the glass wall (a 3 inch deviation from previous) or should we keep the original line?

David Fingret
Extreme Measures Inc.
January 15, 2021

Hi Christopher,

If any physical changes in the building have an impact to the areas, then I would recommend updating the BOMA analysis accordingly.


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