1 January 2005
with change 25 October 2006
Voice/data two voice/data duplex receptacles per workstation
\ Furniture - for rooms larger than 160 sf (15 sq m)
ESD workbench with stringer, drawer, bottom shelf, riser, plastic bins,
wristground, and plug-in power strip
ESD stool with arms and casters
Optional freestanding metal desk-based workstation if required./2/
Refer to criteria memo for cable tray, equipment racks, etc.
special features or considerations
Consider providing a high-temperature warning light in a well-traveled corridor.
Refer to USAR-CIO criteria memo.
4-2.7.1 The lobby provides an entryway and reception area for unit personnel and
visitors. It is one of the first images observed by visitors, and should reflect feelings of
pride and commitment characteristic of the Army Reserve.
4-2.7.2 As the primary public entrance to the training center building, the entry must
be readily identifiable from the parking lot and pedestrian access routes. The entrance
should have an adequate exterior overhang or vestibule, and the design should provide
an ordered, warm, friendly invitation to the public.
4-2.7.3 The lobby must be adjacent to a permanently staffed office since there is no
receptionist, and must accommodate circulation, traffic patterns and waiting space.
Graphic displays, such as Minuteman and units plaques, trophies and awards, should
be placed in a visually prominent location.
Space Design Information
Size 480 sf (44.6 sq m); may augment from
Occupancy business; may be assembly if associated
with assembly hall
Occupancy count 1 person per 100 sf (9.3 sq m);
more if considered assembly waiting space
Minimum STC rating 40
Ceiling height 9 ft (2750 mm) minimum
Floor \ porcelain paver/2/
Base \ porcelain paver/2/
Walls painted gypsum board
Ceiling gypsum board; suspended ACT as an alternative
Trim guardrail and wall or corner guards to protect walls
Lockset panic hardware; locksets are Tenant preference