Tuesday, June 26, 2012, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (Eastern Time (US & Canada))
Earn 1.5 CEHs | 1-2:30pm ET | 10-11:30am PT | Register Now at No Cost
The rules established by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) are the recognized national industry standard for measurement of space. Gain insight into these important professional tools and understand how to measure a building using BOMA methodology.
Andrew Patapoff and Erik Hodgetts of IA Interior Architects will a give clear description of how to apply the most common BOMA standards for commercial space and answer your questions related to the ways in which areas are quantified for planning, design and real estate use.
- Be familiar with the terms and methods for calculating the areas of tenant spaces in commercial office buildings as established by the nationally-recognized Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).
- Understand how to use BOMA’s Method A and Method B to measure a building’s area, and the pros and cons of each.
- Apply BOMA methods to generate Rentable Square Footage for a building and its occupied areas for each method.
- Mathematically derive the Loss Factors and Add-on Rates needed in order to convert between these space measurement standards.
- Brief overview of BOMA standards
- Review current definitions (Interior Gross Area, Major Vertical Penetrations, etc.)
- Walk through example building Method A take-off
- Walk through example building Method B take-off
- Compare and contrast pros and cons of the two methods
- Calculating loss factors and add-on rates
- Questions and Answers
Report AIA Continuing Education
Attendees will earn 1.5 CEHs. At the end of the webinar, a link to a survey will be provided. All attendees at each site submit one form: 1) page one: webinar survey and 2) page two: CES report form. The survey must be completed within 24 hours of the webinar. AIA members and IDP record holders will have their credit recorded within 48 hours of the webinar. All attendees will be prompted to download a certificate of completion at the end of the survey.
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Andrew Patapoff, AIA has been a licensed architect for 35 of his over 40 years in the profession, and is a Senior Associate at IA Interior Architects. For the last 12 years his work has been focused exclusively on interior renovations for corporate clients, many of whom rely on BOMA calculations to establish lease terms for their spaces. Andrew has given numerous seminars to IA staff in an effort to make them aware of and knowledgeable in the use of the appropriate BOMA standards in order to better assist clients, brokers and building owners.
Erik Hodgetts, AIA, LEED AP serves as Director of Legal Services at IA Interior Architects, providing project leadership at the highest level for law firm clients, and guiding IA’s teams through the planning, design and execution of corporate interiors work at all scales. A licensed architect of 20 years experience, he has spent the last 15 years successfully managing complex interiors projects, and also tracks space usage and benchmarking trends. Erik has presented on these topics for groups such as IFMA, CoreNet, AIANYC and the Association of Legal Administrators.
Mary Burke, AIA will moderate. She is the 2012 Chair of the AIA Interior Architecture Knowledge Community.