single floor

single floor

A floor consisting only of joists and flooring; the joists span the distance between the walls without intermediate support.
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Unique space will enable Localytics to occupy a single floor and support the company's rapid growth in Boston
Theo Holmes, from property agency CBRE, said it would be the largest office on a single floor in the city.
House of Representatives has maintained a procedure, the self-executing rule, that permits a single floor vote to pass multiple independent bills.
Seller specializes in cabling infrastructure systems, installation & design for projects as small as a single floor office or as complex as a multi-building campus environment.
The relocation allows the fast-growing firm to double its space on a single floor that has panoramic views of New York Harbor and the city.
Although this is a remodelled building, Caspian House competes directly with new build space and offers occupiers the unique opportunity of acquiring 35,000 sq ft on a single floor plate.
Regional managing director Jonathan Kell said: "We wanted to retain our Jewellery Quarter presence but needed a larger office, with a single floor plate in a more centralised location.
These premises best fit our requirements, given the need to bring three companies together on a single floor plate.
The Art Works Galleries is located at the former Tyne Tees Television props warehouse and at 1,300sqft is the biggest single floor art space in the North-East.
Forty-five years ago this week, a store architect suggested that the best way traditional department stores could combat the growing competition from mass merchants was by meeting the latter on their own turf: set aside a single floor to sell nothing but heavily discounted items.
Brunel offers one of the biggest floor areas in Cardiff - nearly 14,000 sq ft of single floor, open-plan accommodation.

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