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If you thought BOMA Standards only measured office buildings, think again. BOMA’s Multi-Unit Residential Buildings: Standard Methods of Measurement (ANSI/BOMA Z65.4-2010) provides a uniform methodology for the measurement of floor areas in new and existing multi-unit residential buildings. Key features of the Multi-Unit Residential Standard include: Flexibility. Offers two measurement methods: a Gross Method and a Net Method. Versatility. Intended for measuring individual units as well as the aggregate area of a building. Clarity. Includes step-by-step procedures for calculating measurement and includes a Measurement Concepts section providing further clarification of terms. Who benefits from BOMA Standards? A cross section of real estate professionals: building owners, property managers, facility managers, architects, space planners, interior designers, engineers, leasing professionals, asset managers, appraisers, brokers, general contractors and many others. The Multi-Unit Residential Standards was developed by BOMA International in collaboration with the Institute of Real Estate Management, the National Association of Home Builders and the National Multi Housing Council.
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