ceiling height


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ceiling height

The clear vertical distance from the surface of the finished floor to the ceiling above it.
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If your room has a ceiling higher than 8 feet, you can translate AHAM's square footages into cubic feet by multiplying by 8 (the ceiling height AHAM assumes).
The building's uniquely high ceiling height and strategic Lyndhurst location make it a particularly valuable industrial property.
facility features 6" reinforced concrete floors; ceiling height to 18' clear; steel columns spaced 20' x 50'; masonry and metal construction; 100% wet sprinkler system; 26,198 sq.
25m ceiling height, and are simply detailed and finished using a strong polychrome colour palette.
On the top floor, this effect is more pronounced, within a lofty ceiling height of 5.
This outstanding building features masonry, concrete block, and insulated metal panel walls; a reinforced concrete floor; ceiling height to 35' clear; steel columns variably spaced; fully sprinklered, with partial ESFR; all utilities; 25,000 sq.
HK Group will be marketing the approximately 24-acre parcel, which includes a 220,000 s/f building with 24' ceiling height, a 170,000 s/f building with ceiling heights from 16' to 37'; a 40,000 SF office/laboratory building; and two additional storage buildings.
The space is accented with chiseled limestone, rosewood paneling and flooring, bronze Venetian plaster, and rich textiles, highlighting the space's dramatic 20ft ceiling height.
one-story building featuring a 5" reinforced concrete floor; ceiling height to 27'6" clear; steel columns; fluorescent lighting; 10,000 sq.
This space includes a 17' ceiling height, tailgate and drive-in loading and ample parking.
Having 10 steps provides a practical solution for the majority of ceiling heights (up to 9ft / 2.
An excellent way to accomplish this when ceiling heights are sufficient (generally a minimum of 8'6", preferably 9', for indirect lighting) is through cove or indirect light that is bounced off the ceiling.