Building footprint

building footprint

[′bil·diŋ ‚fu̇t‚print]
(building construction)

Building footprint

The area on a project site that is used by the building structure and is defined by the perimeter of the building plan. Parking lots, landscapes, and other nonbuilding facilities are not included in the building footprint.
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The current building footprint will increase from 257,000 square feet to 838,000 square feet with construction scheduled to begin in 2016.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Europe, Africa and Middle East president Michael Wale said: "With nearly 200 hotels worldwide, we're seeing incredible growth momentum of the Four Points brand globally, and look forward to building footprint in Russia with the brand's entry to Kaluga.
Sited on reclaimed Middlehaven Dock, a leg of the filled dock projects beneath the building footprint.
Ottawa, Ontario-based Athena Sustainable Materials Institute measured the building footprint using life cycle assessment (LCA) methods to create a document with environmental footprint data about the building--similar to the nutrition label on food packaging.
ft of Green Building footprint in the country by 2016.
He developed with Jeffrey Tseng, J&A's Director of Technology, the firm's account and vendor management software known as JAWS; and has initiated J&A's recent strategy of building footprint offices in a number of states, including NJ, CT and PA which are already open for business.
Each lot has an approved building footprint ranging in sizes from 10,000 to 270,000 square feet.
A smaller building footprint not dictated by clean room geometries provides cost savings and added flexibility in planning, both at the building and at the larger scale of the site.
The site has a total area of 27,375m 2 with a building footprint of 3,668m 2 and a total built up area of 31,979m 2 .
The United States Green Building Council has coordinated the establishment and evolution of a national consensus effort to provide the industry with the tools necessary to design, build and operate buildings that deliver extraordinary performance inside and outside the building footprint.
For this case study, a database of residential addresses is created from a combination of administrative boundary and building footprint datasets.
A feasibility study was conducted with the cogent input from the staff and administration to accommodate the needed functions in a logical arrangement that fit the existing building footprint and provided the appropriate environment for individual and group counseling.

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