3-9.1 ACTIVITIES AND USES ANTICIPATED:
Space for the administrative
offices of the faciIity.
Activities include general office administration,
reproduction, a n d g e n e r a l s e c r e t a r i a l a c t i v i t i e s .
o f f i c e wiII have a public window through which transactions such as dues
p a y i n g are handled.
3-9.2 CHARACTER OF SPACE:
Space should reflect functionalism and
efficiency, but should also be fresh and attractive.
a t m o s p h e r e should be avoided.
Governed by requirements of
furniture location and
relationship, together with staff
and visitor circulation
See Figure 3-31 for basic
3-9.3.2 Sizing of Spaces
0%-2% of gross area up to gross area of 10,000 s.f.
3%-5% of gross area up to gross area of 30,000 s.f.
2%-4% of gross area. for gross area over 30,000 s.f.
Min. single occupant office size:
Min. single occupant plus secretary office size:
200 s . f .
BASIC EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:
filing cabinets, shelves.
3-9.5 REQUIREMENTS OF SUB-SPACES WITHIN MAIN SPACE: Not applicable.
3-9.6 PLANNING CRITERIA
c a s h i e r can act as
3-9.6.2 In large club,
adjoining, main entry.
3-9.6.3 Public entry to manager's office should be through secretarial