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Published by Building Maintenance Information in London .
Written in English


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SeriesBMI special report -- serial 304
ContributionsBuilding Maintenance Information Ltd.
The Physical Object
Pagination88p. :
Number of Pages88
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Open LibraryOL16308665M
ISBN 101900858673

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  A-4 occupancy would allow the area increase and there is also an exception to not require sprinklers. The facility would be design just for sports practice. Not for graduation etc. Good idea on the portable bleachers. I would feel more comfortable with that. Thanks. . The following is a list of sports venues, ordered by capacity; i.e. the maximum number of spectators the venue can normally venues with a capacity of 40, or more are included. Venues that are closed, defunct, or no longer serve as sports venues, are . With costs of $42 per square foot, Mall B's sales will need to increase by $23 per square foot, or percent, in order to achieve the acceptable 13 percent occupancy cost ratio ($42/$ = Sure, when most people think of stadium design, they think an oval frame around a rectangle field with a few thousand seats in between. There’s a lot more to the sporting world than football, however, and that brings a world of possibilities for sports facility design.