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floor plan

a drawing to scale of the arrangement of rooms on one floor of a building
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

Floor plan

A drawing representing a horizontal section taken above a floor to show, diagrammatically, the enclosing walls of a building, its doors and windows, and the arrangement of its interior spaces.
Illustrated Dictionary of Architecture Copyright © 2012, 2002, 1998 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved

floor plan

[′flōr ‚plan]
(architecture)
A diagram of a floor showing partitions, doors, windows, and other features.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

floor plan

A drawing; a horizontal section taken above a floor to show, diagrammatically, the enclosing walls of a building, its doors and windows, and the arrangement of its interior spaces.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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These 2D and 3D floor plans have been designed to provide potential homeowners and tenants with a bird's-eye view of the property, facilitating a better understanding of the scale and positioning of rooms in a property listed on Bayut.
"ScanAssist automatically calculates the best 3D laser scanner positions based on the recorded 2D floor plan for a comprehensive coverage of the scan site and a fast overview of the entire scan situation," the spokesperson said.
Prime lots, along with Wilcox's most popular floor plans, are still available for purchase in the final phase, allowing buyers plenty of options for finding their dream space.
The SBA said it will guarantee 75% on floor plan lines of credit when the lender advances no more than 100% of the invoiced cost for new inventory and 100% of the cost or industry based wholesale book value, whichever is less, for used inventory.
Aaron Nickell Homes of Lowell has cut prices on one of its slower-selling floor plans in the Pine Meadows subdivision on Arkansas Highway 12 in Bentonville.
The services group will manage the selection template for each floor plan a builder offers.
Rather than exchanging multiple phone calls and fax transmission, a process that could take up to five days to complete, exhibitors can use a2zShow to review the floor plan in real time, select a booth and pay for it in as little as five minutes.
After verifying that there was no fire and that the sprinkler had nevertheless been activated, the guard accessed an up-to-date floor plan on the company's facility management system, which is accessible online.
Phoenix originally used an open floor plan in the Boat Building, but over the years created private offices with a lot of interior subdivision.
A good place to start is to be brave with your next floor plan. Experience has taught me that increased revenues and participation from exhibitors can be achieved through a well-thought-out floor plan.
The Smithtown, N.Y., Central School District, which was not among those threatened, took the floor plan of one of its schools off the Web, where it had been since 1999.