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Furnish the office with a desk and chair for the operations officer, two armchairs for
waiting visitors, file cabinets, and a work counter (containing computer based printing
and reproduction equipment) for such activities as graphics production and document
Install the main station for employee check-in, including a time management (TMX)
system. (Consider alternate locations based on operational needs.)
Provide a safe for cash handling operations (to be located to meet installation security
Provide gypsum board walls, carpet flooring and acoustical tile ceilings. The dcor
should be consistent with that of the rest of the administrative area.
Provide communications connections to the public address system, computer based
golf program management records, and point of sale system.
The average lighting level should be 50 FC, with the ability to manually reduce lighting
level for computer use.
See Chapter 6 for Specialized Requirements.
4-2.2 Manager's Office
The manager's office, in combination with the operations office, will be the central
administrative center for the golf program. The office should be large enough and acoustically
isolated for the manager to have private conversations with staff and visitors.
It should be located so that the manager has convenient access to the operations staff and
could also supervise the receiving and inventory handling activities.
Relationships and Character:
Locate the manager's office near the golf shop with easy access to it.
Locate the office adjacent to the operations center, allowing the operations clerk to
control access to the manager's office.
Consider having some of the wall to the operations area be glass, to give the office an
open, hospitable character.
If possible, provide a view of the golf shop control counter so that the manager can aid
its staff, especially when golf shop staff is limited.
Design the space and furnishings as a good quality office complex, whose details
support the theme of the whole Clubhouse.
The manager's office will contain confidential records and should be kept secure.
Dimensions and Furnishings:
Provide at least 120 square feet, allowing for the manager to have two guests in
Provide one desk, a desk chair, two guest chairs, and file cabinets.
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