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Provide one workstation in the small Clubhouse and two work stations in the larger
ones, with at least 36" depth and appropriate communications connections.
Provide cash register with point of sale equipment and security controls (such as bar
code reader, security tag demagnetizer, credit card charge recording and verification).
Provide a durable surface on which customers can write.
Provide a data transmission system including extended weather forecasts.
Assure that the finishes of the control counter match those of the larger room.
Provide communication connections, including ones for the Clubhouse computer
network, public address system, and the point of sales system.
Lighting level: provide an average of 50 FC.
See Chapter 6 for Specialized Requirements.
This area will provide a secure setting where merchandise for the golf shop can be received,
logged into inventory, and processed for sales. Hence, this room will contain three kinds of
support areas: (1) a work station for logging in inventory, (2) an open work space for opening
parcels, spreading out, and tagging items, and (3) shelving for storing inventory.
Relationships and Character:
Place the receiving area on an exterior wall adjacent to an area accessible by parcel
Locate the inventory area so that it is near and conveniently accessible to the sales
Consider making this space a sub-area of a larger space that also contains the repair
and rental club storage area, perhaps separated from it by an open metal divider that
would allow the Inventory/Receiving area to be secure.
Design finishes so that the area is durable and utilitarian.
Dimensions and Furnishings:
Size to be an area approximately 10 percent of the sales floor, with minimum area of
100 square feet.
Design the shelving so that there is an open space at the center for processing
merchandise, at least five feet wide.
Include a work station surface of approximately 48" by 30" for tracking inventory.
Place 12" deep shelving on the walls, allowing some space for storing vertical objects.
Provide resilient flooring and gypsum board walls, and an acoustic tile ceiling.
Provide computer connections to the management system of golf shop for logging in
received items and tracking inventory.
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