STANDARD METHODS OF MEASUREMENT
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Need a Standard to measure your industrial building? Industrial Buildings: Standard Methods of
Measurement (ANSI Z65.2-2009) is the industry standard for measuring industrial space. Why?
Because it was developed by the “standard bearer” of area measurement since 1915—BOMA
International, and by the organization that knows and understands the needs of industrial property
professionals better than anyone else—the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors® (SIOR).
StAnDARD MethODS Of MeASuRe Ment
Building Ownersand Managers
KEY FEATURES INCLUDE:
• The two dominant market measurement practices observed in
North America – the Exterior Wall Methodology (Method A) or
the Drip Line Methodology (Method B).
• Measurement information for determining and calculating rentable
area for both single occupancy and multiple occupancy in both
one-story and multi-story buildings.
• 22 definitions of common terms used in industrial building
• Illustrations throughout that demonstrate different measurement
methodologies for various building sizes and occupancy types.
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Who benefits from BOMA Standards?
A cross section of real estate professionals: industrial building owners and
managers, architects, space planners and designers, engineers, lenders,
developers and construction professionals, leasing professionals, asset
managers, appraisers, assessors and many more.