MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS:
STANDARD METHODS OF MEASUREMENT (2010)
Developed by BOMA International in
collaboration with the Institute of Real
Estate Management, the National
Association of Home Builders and
the National Multi Housing Council.
If you thought BOMA Standards only measured office buildings, think again. BOMA’s
latest standard — Multi-Unit Residential Buildings: Standard Methods of Measurement
(ANSI/BOMA Z65.4-2010) — provides a uniform methodology for computing, communicating and comparing the measurement of multi-unit residential buildings.
TO “LIVE” BY
BOMA’S MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL
STANDARD IS HERE
STANDARD ME THODS OF MEASUREMENT
MULTI-UNI T RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS:
A cross section of real estate professionals: building owners and managers, architects,
space planners, interior designers, engineers, facility owners and managers, leasing
professionals, asset managers, appraisers and many more.
Institute of Real Estate Management
National Association of Home Builders
National Multi Housing Council
KEY FEATURES INCLUDE:
• Flexibility. Offers two measurement methods: a Gross Method and a Net Method.
• Versatility. Intended for measuring individual units as well as for the aggregate
area of a building.
• Clarity. Includes step-by-step procedures for calculating measurement and includes
a Measurement Concepts section providing further clarification of terms.
• Interactive. Features full color illustrations, worksheets and 36 definitions of
measurement terms, hyperlinked in a PDF downloadable format.
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STANDARD AT HTTP://SHOP.BOMA.ORG.
BOMA Sets the Standard. Order from the BOMA Suite of Standards, including:
– Office Buildings: Standard Methods of Measurement (ANSI/BOMA Z65.1-2010)
– Industrial Buildings: Standard Methods of Measurement (ANSI/BOMA Z65.2-2009)
– Gross Areas of a Building: Standard Methods of Measurement (ANSI/BOMA Z65.3-2009)