Building occupancy

Building occupancy

A general classification of the type of use of a structure, such as residential or commercial; used in building codes to determine the level of fire hazard, and consequently, the size and type of construction permitted, including egress requirements, and other restrictions.
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A seamless, dense data cloud-based network collects, aggregates and communicates detailed information wirelessly on building occupancy and performance, environmental conditions, ambient light levels, temperature, and energy consumption.
Contract awarded for National Human Rights Commission of the current building occupancy facilities such as restoration work (emergency)
Peter Hedlund, regional director for Trimble Buildings in the Middle East and India said: "Standardizing project and portfolio management on a common information system drives project efficiency and insight across the project lifecycle from planning and design, through building occupancy and operations.
When asked whether it is fair to compare leasing at towers that opened at different points in the cycle, a Durst spokesperson said, "covering a period that essentially extends across 12 years presents a good, long-term overview of spec building occupancy on opening day.
To prevent similar incidents, Dewa urges building owners to follow the regulations and ensure that the building occupancy is within the proper limits.
However, even in this case, building occupancy schedules are based upon generalized assumptions and depend on the experience of the modeler to obtain accurate simulation results.
Onset's HOBO UX90 Occupancy & Light Logger is a matchbox-sized, LCD-display data logger that tracks building occupancy and light usage to pinpoint areas in a building that could benefit from occupancy sensors and other energy savings initiatives.
She said that they help in improving the air quality in the jobsite, before building occupancy, reducing the amount of dust produced during product mixing, decreasing the amount of VOC (volatile organic compound) emitted during their lifecycle -- which is often overlooked post application of products
It is the only system that takes into account 19 variables, including external weather data, internal and external humidity, solar heat load and building occupancy to continually monitor, control and optimize the operation of the building's HVAC systems.
The deal included building top signage at the 483,000 RSF campus in Aliso Viejo, bringing the building occupancy to 97% leased.
structural assessment, building occupancy and emergency egress requirements.
Smart technologies that provide real-time census data on building occupancy are of particular importance and are the subject of this article as they positively affect the sustainability, safety and cost of the occupier.
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