Chapter 6 State Requirements for Educational Facilities Section 1



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Chapter 6 State Requirements for Educational Facilities Section 6.1



Size of Space and Occupant Design Criteria: All boards shall use the Size of Space and Occupant Design Criteria contained in this section for planning new and evaluating existing educational, auxiliary, and ancillary facilities.

Procedures for Use of Size of Space and Occupant Design Criteria:

(1) Boards, including the School Boards, Community College Boards of Trustees, University Boards of Trustees, Board of Governors, and public broadcasting stations may use the size of space and occupant design criteria contained in this section to develop educational specifications and user requirements for use by designers in the development of phase I, II, and III documents.

(2) In all the Size of Space and Occupant Design Criteria tables, the square footage is provided for the convenience of selecting a nominal size.

In Table (A) for Public Schools and Vocational-Technical Schools, the indicators for Grade Level are: "N" for nursery, "P" for preschool, "K" for kindergarten, "1-12" for grades one through twelve, and "PS" for postsecondary vocational programs. Instructional spaces that contain student stations are marked with an asterisk (*).

In Table (B) for Community Colleges, the Information Classification Structure (ICS) Code identifies the type of program or function associated with a given set of spaces. The same ICS Codes are used in the Room Inventory of the Community College Facilities Inventory.

In Table (C) for State Universities, the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code identifies the particular academic discipline associated with various classroom, teaching laboratory, and research laboratory spaces.

(3) When using the Size of Space and Occupant Design Criteria tables to calculate net square footage, the following procedure may be used. Select the desired facility space. For some facility spaces, the recommended range of sizes is listed to the right.

For most non-core curricula classroom facility spaces, the recommended size depends on the number of occupants, or other kind of unit, the facility space needs to house. In these cases, the number of occupants, or other unit, is multiplied by the square feet per occupant or unit to get the size of the main space. Core-curricula classrooms are assigned student stations based on the type classroom.

Related spaces are suggested for many facility spaces. They are indicated by FISH (Florida Inventory of School Houses) codes for Public Schools and Vocational-Technical Schools, and by alphanumeric codes for Community Colleges and State Universities. The codes are shown in the rightmost column. They are used to look up the names and sizes of the related spaces, which are found at the end of Table (A) for Public Schools and Vocational-Technical Schools and in the separate Table (D) Related Spaces for Community Colleges and State Universities. The square footages for the related spaces are added to the size of the main space to get the total net square footage for the program.

(4) Once program net square footages are determined, other building space may be estimated as follows:

The aggregate amount of program net square footage may be increased up to six (6) percent for interior enclosed space needed for electrical, mechanical, and HVAC equipment. The result is total net square footage for the building.

The square footage for groupings of instructional spaces without fixed seating and without floor-to-

ceiling walls may be enlarged by four (4) additional square feet per student for circulation space. This additional circulation space should be excluded from the building net square footage amount used to figure the net-to-gross difference explained below.

The total building net square footage may be supplemented for general circulation, interior and exterior walls, open malls, and roof overhangs. The additional space is the net-to-gross square footage difference for the building. The recommended amounts are as follows:

(a) Elementary school (grades N-6): twenty-seven (27) percent of building net square footage.

(b) Middle school (grades 6-9): thirty-two (32) percent of building net square footage.

(c) High school (grades 9-12): thirty-four (34) percent of building net square footage.

(d) Community college, state university, ancillary, and public broadcasting: thirty-four (34) percent of building net square footage.

Refer to the Facility Space Chart (OEF Form 208A, which is a supplement to OEF Form 208, Letter of Transmittal) following these tables, for methods of measuring and calculating net square footage, net-to-gross difference square footage, and gross square footage.

(5) Five Size of Space and Occupant Design Criteria tables are provided.

Table (A) Public School, Vocational-Technical, and Related Spaces for Public Schools and Vocational-Technical Schools.

Table (B) Community Colleges.

Table (C) State Universities.

Table (D) Related Spaces for Community Colleges and State Universities.

Table (E) Public Broadcasting Stations.

(6) For exiting requirements, refer to Florida Building Code and NFPA 101 (National Fire Protection Association).



  1. District school boards have the option to continue an interlocal agreement that was developed utilizing data from the Florida Inventory of School Houses (FISH) as of October 1, 2004. After the expiration date, a new interlocal agreement will be required based on up-to-date FISH data.

(8) For each change in any educational facilities space that results in an increase or decrease in net square footage of the space, student stations, the actual design of a space, or the condition of a space, school districts shall report the change as follows:

(a) The facilities inventory shall be corrected by submitting on-line transactions through the Educational Facilities Information System (EFIS).

(b) A district’s facilities inventory shall be corrected when new additions or remodeling occurs, during a validation study, or other event that causes or results in a change in square footage, student stations, design of a facilities space, or the condition of a facilities space.

1. New construction shall be added to the facilities inventory when a construction contract is issued.

2. Areas that are scheduled to undergo remodeling shall be updated in the inventory when a construction contract is issued.

3. When a remodeling project is conducted by district staff, the inventory shall be updated when the project is substantially completed.

(c) Prior to October 1 of each year, each district shall review the Florida Inventory of School Houses (FISH) and shall certify to the Office of Educational Facilities that the inventory is current and accurate.
1. GENERAL EDUCATION SPACE (N-12)
a. Core-curricula
001 PK-3 Primary *18 1 49 808, 811, 813, 814

002 4-8 Intermediate/Middle *22 1 39 808, 811, 815, 816

003 9-12 Senior High *25 1 32 808

010 PK-3 Primary-Skills Lab *18 1 49 808, 813, 814

(1 per each 400 student stations without FISH

capacity, additional rooms will have capacity)

011 4-8 Intermediate/Middle-Skills Lab *22 1 39 808, 815, 816

012 9-12 Senior High-Skills Lab *25 1 32 808

020 4-8 Intermediate/Middle-Science Demonstration *22 1 37 808, 812

021 4-8 Intermediate/Middle-Science Lab *22 1 51 808, 812

022 9-12 Senior High-Science Demonstration *25 1 37 808, 812

023 9-12 Senior High-Science Lab *25 1 51 808, 812

030 PK‑3 Primary-Open Plan *36, 54, 72 2, 3, 4 38 808, 813, 814

031 4-8 Intermediate/Middle-Open Plan *44, 66, 88 2, 3, 4 32 808, 815, 816

032 9-12 Senior High-Open Plan *50, 75, 100 2, 3, 4 27 808

060 N-PK ESE Pre-K *5 1 95 808, 813, 817

061 PK-12 ESE Part-Time *15 1 65 808, 813, 815, 816

062 PK-12 ESE Full-Time *10 1 95 808, 813, 815, 816,

817

063 PK-12 ESE Vocational *12 1 95 808, 815, 816


NOTE: All fund sources that require an approved survey recommendation and compliance with the cost per student station as specified in F.S. 1013.64(6)(b)1, must not exceed the specified cost per student station based on the maximum allowable NSF per student station for the total project. The cost per student station maximum does not apply to projects with a fund source that is not regulated by an approved survey recommendation and the student station cost maximums established in F.S. 1013.64(6)(b)1.
b. Non-Core-Curricula Instructional Support
040 PK‑12 Resource Room *10 1 29 808

(1 per each 150 stations in elementary schools and

1 per each 250 stations in middle/high schools

without FISH capacity; additional resource rooms

will have capacity)

050 PK-5 Art - Elementary *22 1 1000 808, 812

(1 per elementary school without FISH

capacity; additional rooms will have capacity)

051 4‑8 Art - Intermediate/Middle *30 1 42 803, 805, 808, 812

052 9-12 Art - Senior High *30 1 53 803, 805, 808, 812

064 PK-12 ESE PT/OT 5 1 95 808, 813, 817

065 PK-12 ESE Resource *4 1 95 808, 813

(1 per each 500 stations without FISH capacity;

additional ESE resource rooms will have capacity)

066 PK-12 ESE Supplemental Instruction 2 1 50 808

067 PK-12 ESE Observation Booth 150

068 PK-12 ESE Time Out 40

069 PK-12 ESE Audiology Lab 250 808

070 PK-12 Itinerant 4 1 50 808

071 PK-12 Therapy Pool one 1000 808, 818(2)

(Profound centers only)
c. Music
055 PK‑5 Music *22 1 1000 806, 808, 831

(1 per elementary school without FISH

capacity; additional rooms will have capacity)

075 6‑12 Vocal Music Classroom *25 1 57 806, 808, 830, 831, 833, 836, 837

076 6‑12 Band Classroom ** one 1 2000 806, 808, 830, 831, 832, 834, 835, 836, 837

077 6‑12 Orchestra Classroom *25 1 57 806, 808, 830, 831, 832, 836, 837

078 6‑12 General Music Classroom *25 1 37 808, 832

079 6‑12 Guitar Laboratory *25 1 37 808, 832

080 6‑12 Piano Laboratory *25 1 37 808

081 6‑12 Recording Room 5 45

082 6‑12 Instrument Repair one 110

083# 6‑12 Music Related Space (use for spaces not found

in design codes 830-837)
** Student stations are assigned to design code 076 for band classrooms as follows:
Total Satisfactory Student Stations

(Excluding gymnasiums,



and band classrooms) Assign Band Stations

240 or less 30

241 - 820 35

821 - 1080 40

1081 - 1340 45

1341 and above 50


d. Physical Education
013 PK-5 Physical Education Storage one 315

014 PK-5 PE Covered Play Area (one per school) 10% cap 36

090 6‑12 Dressing Room ‑ Male 5% cap 12

091 6‑12 Dressing Room ‑ Female 5% cap 12

092 6‑12 Lockers ‑ Male 5% cap 2

093 6‑12 Lockers ‑ Female 5% cap 2

094 6‑12 Showers ‑ Male 5% cap 2

095 6‑12 Showers ‑ Female 5% cap 2

815 6‑12 Rest Room ‑ Male 5% cap 2

816 6‑12 Rest Room ‑ Female 5% cap 2

096 6‑12 Drying Area ‑ Male 5% cap 2

097 6‑12 Drying Area ‑ Female 5% cap 2

098 6‑12 Storage 5% cap 9

099 6‑12 Teachers Shower ‑ Male one 22

100 6‑12 Teachers Shower ‑ Female one 22

110 6‑12 Multipurpose/Instruction one 1050

111 6‑9 Gymnasium Floor *** one 1 5800

112 9‑12 Gymnasium Floor *** one 1 6500

113 6‑12 Gymnasium Seating 10% cap 32

114 6‑12 Laundry/Towel Distribution 5% cap 2

115 6‑12 First Aid 5% cap 2

116 6‑12 Training Room (with whirlpool) one 250

117 6‑12 Weight Room one 1000

118 6‑12 Wrestling Room one 1680

119 6‑12 Gymnastics/Dance one 1050

120 6‑12 Gymnasium Storage 5% cap 3

121# 6‑12 Other Physical Education Space

(use for spaces not found in design codes 800-827)


*** Student stations are assigned to design codes 111 and 112 for gymnasiums as follows:
Total Satisfactory Student Stations

(Excluding gymnasiums,



and band classrooms) Assign PE Stations

240 or less 40

241 - 820 60

821 - 1080 80

1081 - 1340 120

1341 and above 160


2. VOCATIONAL‑TECHNICAL SPACE (6‑PS)
a. Agricultural Education
200 6‑9 Orientation & Exploration Laboratory *22 1 40 808, 812, 840, 841

201 9‑12 Practical Experience Laboratory *25 1 50 806, 810, 847, 848, 850,840, 841

202 9‑PS Small Education Laboratory *20 1 55 806, 810, 818(2), 840, 841, 847, 848, 850

203 9‑PS Medium Education Laboratory *20 1 80 806, 810, 818(2), 840, 841, 847, 848, 851

204 9‑PS Large Education Laboratory *20 1 128 806, 810, 818(2), 840, 841, 847, 848, 851
b. Business Education
210 6‑9 Orientation & Exploration Laboratory *22 1 55 808

211 9‑12 Practical Experience Laboratory *25 1 62 808

212 9‑PS Education Laboratory *20 1 73 808
c. Distributive and Diversified Education
220 6‑9 Orientation & Exploration Laboratory *22 1 40 808

221 9‑12 Practical Experience Laboratory *25 1 42 808

222 9-PS Small Education Laboratory *20 1 55 812, 840

223 9-PS Medium Education Laboratory *20 1 100 808, 812, 840

224 9-PS Large Education Laboratory *20 1 200 810, 812, 840
d. Family and Consumer Sciences
230 6‑9 Orientation & Exploration Laboratory *22 1 70 808, 812, 842, 843, 852

231 9‑12 Practical Experience Laboratory *25 1 64 808, 843, 852

232 9‑PS Small Education Laboratory *20 1 55 812, 852

233 9‑PS Medium Education Laboratory *20 1 69 808, 842, 843, 852

234 9‑PS Large Education Laboratory *25 1 90 812, 842, 843, 852
e. Technology Education
240 6‑9 Orientation & Exploration Laboratory *22 1 95 808, 849, 851, 852

241 9‑12 Small Education Laboratory *25 1 65 808, 852

242 9‑12 Medium Education Laboratory *25 1 95 810, 852

243 9‑12 Large Education Laboratory *25 1 135 808, 810, 849, 851, 852


f. Industrial Education
244 9‑PS Small Education Laboratory *20 1 55 808, 840

245 9‑PS Medium Education Laboratory *20 1 90 808, 810, 840, 849, 850

246 9‑PS Large Education Laboratory *20 1 200 808, 810, 840, 847, 849, 850
g. Health Occupations Education
250 6‑9 Orientation & Exploration Laboratory *22 1 46 808

251 9‑12 Practical Experience Laboratory *25 1 56 808

252 9‑PS Small Education Laboratory *20 1 60 804, 808, 812, 840

253 9‑PS Medium Education Laboratory *20 1 110 804, 806, 808, 810, 812, 840, 849

254 9‑PS Large Education Laboratory *20 1 165 804, 806, 810, 818, 840, 849
h. Public Service Education
260 6‑9 Orientation & Exploration Laboratory *22 1 46 808, 810

261 9‑12 Practical Experience Laboratory *25 1 55 808

262 9‑PS Small Education Laboratory *20 1 40 808

263 9‑PS Medium Education Laboratory *20 1 65 810, 840

264 9‑PS Large Education Laboratory *20 1 98 810, 840
i. Vocational Resource Space
270 9‑PS Work Evaluation Laboratory *15 1 74 810, 853

(one per school)

271 9‑PS VPI Vocational Preparatory Instruction *15 1 47 802,808,840,846,853

(one per school)

272# 9‑PS Vocational Laboratory Support

(use for spaces not found in design codes 840-870)


Note 1: Related and select spaces may be added or deleted based on the unique vocational program needs as supported by enrollment, projections, COFTE, and other data. See AVocational Recommended Spaces@ crosswalk for individual program recommendations provided by the Office of Workforce and Economic Development.
Note 2: As per Section 1013.31, F.S., the Office of Workforce and Economic Development shall establish and transmit to the Office documentation of the need for programs.
Capacity: The number of students that may be housed in a facility at any given time based on a utilization percentage of the total number of existing satisfactory student stations:

Utilization Satisfactory

Factor Student

Type School Percentage Stations

Elementary 100% All

Middle & Junior High 90% All

Senior High 70% 300 or less

75% 301 - 600

80% 601 - 900

85% 901 - 1200

90% 1201 - 1500

95% 1501 - or more

Combination Schools 90% All

Exceptional Student Centers 100% All

Alternative Education Centers 100% All

Designated Area Vocational Centers 120% All

Designated Adult Centers 150% All


Note 3: Adult and Vocational Centers have increased utilization factors because of specialized day, evening, and weekend use of facilities.
3. AUXILIARY SPACE (N‑PS)
a. Administration/Student Services

300 N‑PS Principal's/Director's Office each 250

301 N‑PS Assistant Principal/Media/Administrative/ each 175

Guidance Office

302 N‑PS Bookkeeping Office each 125

303 N‑PS Secretarial Space each 158

304 N‑PS General Administrative Reception Area 5% cap 17

305 N‑PS Production Workroom 5% cap 8

306 N‑PS Conference Room 5% cap 14

307 N‑PS Clinic 5% cap 6

308 N‑PS Administrative Storage 5% cap 10

309 N‑PS Records Vault/Student Records 5% cap 6

310 N‑PS School Store 5% cap 2

311 N‑PS Student Activities Area 5% cap 10

312 N‑PS Computer Area 5% cap 3

313 N‑PS Careers Room 5% cap 6

314 N‑PS Itinerant Office (one per each 400 stations) each 125

315 N‑PS Teacher Planning Office 10% cap 20

316 N‑PS Teacher Lounge/Dining 10% cap 4

317# N‑PS General Administrative Space

(use for spaces not found in design codes 800-827
b. Custodial
330 N‑PS Custodial Receiving 10% cap 15

331# N‑PS Service Closets

332# N‑PS Work Area

333 N‑PS Flammable Storage one 155

334 N‑PS Equipment Storage one 500
c. Food Service
340 N‑PS Dining Area 10% cap 40

341 N‑PS Kitchen and Serving Area 10% cap 44

342# N‑PS Kitchen Dry Storage Area

343# N‑PS Kitchen Office

344# N‑PS Kitchen Garbage Wash Area

345# N‑PS Kitchen Non-food Storage Area

346# N‑PS Kitchen Food Preparation Area

347# N‑PS Kitchen Dish Washing Area

348# N‑PS Satellite Kitchen

349 N‑PS Chair Storage 5% cap 4

350# N‑PS Other Food Service

(use for spaces not found in design codes 800-827)

351 6-12 Covered Patio 10% cap 36
d. Auditorium (cannot be included with multipurpose room)
360 6‑PS Auditorium Seating 10% cap 30
e. Multipurpose (cannot be included with auditorium)
361 N‑PS Multipurpose Room 10% cap 31

362 N‑PS Chair Storage 10% cap 2


f. Stage
363 N‑PS Stage attached to auditorium, multi- one 990

purpose, gym, or dining

364 N‑PS Storage 10% cap 5

365 N‑PS Dressing ‑ Male 5% cap 5

366 N‑PS Dressing ‑ Female 5% cap 5

367 N‑PS Control Booth/Projection Room one 100


g. Textbook Storage
368 N‑PS Textbook Storage Area 5% cap 7
h. Student Storage
369 6‑PS Student Personal Storage 10% cap 5
i. Public Use

(With Auditorium and/or Gymnasium per school)


370 6‑PS Lobby 5% cap 10

371 6‑PS Concessions one 200

372 6‑PS Ticket Booth one 30
j. School Media Center

380 P‑PS Reading Room/Stacks 10% cap 37

381 P‑PS Technical Processing Area 10% cap 4

382 P‑PS Production & Professional Library 10% cap 4

383 P‑PS AV Storage Area 10% cap 6

384 P‑PS Periodical Storage Area 10% cap 2

385 P‑PS Closed Circuit TV (Production, 10% cap 7

Distribution, and Control)

386 P‑PS Closed Circuit Storage Area 10% cap 5

387 P‑PS Media Production Laboratory 10% cap 5

388 P‑PS Copying Room 10% cap 2

389 P‑PS Small Group Room (view & preview) 5% cap 2

390 P‑PS Group Projects and Instruction 10% cap 5

391 P‑PS Media Maintenance and Repair 5% cap 2


4. ANCILLARY SPACE (DISTRICT)
Total Ancillary Allocation = Survey Projected COFTE x NSF Factor
NSF

COFTE Factor

0 - 10,000 6.00

10,001 - 20,000 5.75

20.000 - 30,000 5.50

30,001 - 50,000 5.25

50,001 - 100,000 5.00

100,001 - 200,000 4.75

200,001 - 600,000 4.50


a. Ancillary Administrative Support (38%)
NSF allocated for ancillary administrative support is to be distributed by the district among design codes 400-415 and 417-428.
400 Superintendent 200

401 Conference Room 100

402 Superintendent's Secretary

403 Ancillary Secretarial/Clerical Offices

404 Ancillary Reception Area 100

405 Vault 100

406 Assistant Superintendent 180

407 Ancillary Administrative Offices 100

408 Business Operations

409 Terminal Storage Area (Business Operations)

410 School Plant Planning

411 Word Processing Center

412 Personnel Services

413 Central Reproduction and Copy

414 Central Administrative Supply

415 Mail Room

417 Central Security

418 Ancillary Administrative Storage

419 Ancillary Flammable Storage

420 Board Meeting Room 500

421 Ancillary Staff Lounge 200

422 Main Lobby and Switchboard

424 Director's Office

425 Assistant Director's Office

426 General Office

427 Staff Development/Instructional

428# Other Ancillary Administrative Support
b. Ancillary Custodial Services (2%)
NSF allocated for ancillary custodial services is to be distributed by the district for design code 416.
416 Custodial Services
c. Ancillary Computer/Data Center (2%)
NSF allocated for ancillary computer/data centers is to be distributed by the district among design codes 500-506.
500 Programmer Room

501 Data Processing Technical Area

502 Data Processing Equipment

503 Computer Room (Raised Floor)

504 Off‑Line Equipment Room

505 Ancillary Computer Storage

506# Other Central Equipment Support
d. Ancillary Support Facilities (50%)
NSF allocated for ancillary support facilities is to be distributed by the district among design codes 510-594.
510 Warehouse

515 Central Kitchen

520 Carpentry Shop

525 Glazing Shop

530 Masonry Shop

535 Small Engine Shop

540 Electronics Shop

545 Electrical Shop

550 Machine Shop

555 Plumbing Shop

560 Paint Shop

565 Welding Shop

570 Air Conditioning

575 Carpet Shop

580 Locksmith Shop

585 Garage Parts room

586 Machine Shop

587 Glass/Upholstery Shop

588 Body Shop

589 Paint/Flammable Storage

590 Paint Bay 800

591 Tire Storage & Mounting

592 Work Bay 80

593 Drivers' Classroom 400

594 Ancillary Support Storage
e. Ancillary Media Services (8%)
NSF allocated for ancillary media services is to be distributed by the district among design codes 600-612.
600 Library Warehouse/Stacks

601 Reference

602 Professional Library

603 Periodical/Journal Services

604 Central Media Processing

605 Audio Visual Equipment

606 Closed Circuit TV Laboratory

607 Closed Circuit Support

608 Media Production Laboratory

609 Media Copying Room

610 Media Maintenance/Repair

611 Ancillary Media Storage

612# Other Ancillary Media Space
5. SPECIAL USE DESIGN CODES
700# Inside Circulation Area

701# Covered Walkway

702# Mechanical Room

703# Electrical Room

704# K-12 In School Suspension or Detention Room *20 1 30 808, 815, 816

705# Museum/Gallery/Art Display Room

707# Telephone Equipment Room

708# 9-12 J.R.O.T.C. *25 1 42 800, 801, 802, 808


6. RELATED SPACES
a. Combination and General Use Related Spaces
800 Arms Room 150 708

801 Firing Range (indoor) 2400 708

802 Conference (instructional) 225 708, 271

803 Darkroom 100 051, 052

804 Dispensary 135 252, 253, 254

805 Kiln 60 051, 052

806 Reference 100 055, 075, 076, 077, 201, 202, 203, 204, 253, 254

808 Storage 100 001, 002, 003, 010, 011, 012, 020, 021, 022, 023, 030, 031, 032, 040, 050, 051, 052, 055, 060, 061, 062, 063, 064, 065, 066, 069, 070, 071, 075, 076, 077, 078, 079, 080, 200, 210, 211, 212, 220, 221, 223, 230, 231, 233, 240, 241, 243, 244, 245, 246, 250, 251, 252, 253, 260, 261, 262, 271, 704, 708

810 Storage, Material (large) 395 201, 202, 203, 204, 224, 242, 243, 245, 246, 253, 254, 260, 263, 264, 270

811 Storage, Outside 50 001, 002

812 Storage, Project (small) 150 020, 021, 022, 023, 050, 051, 052, 200, 222, 223, 224, 230, 232, 234, 252, 253

813 Storage, Student (N-3, ESE, & Vocational Education) 40 001, 010, 030, 060, 061, 062, 064, 065

814 Student Rest Rooms ‑ Male/Female (PreK‑3) 60 001, 010, 030

815 Student Rest Rooms ‑ Male (4-12) 5% cap 15

816 Student Rest Rooms ‑ Female (4‑12) 5% cap 15

817 Student Rest Room and Bath (ESE) 110 060, 062, 064

818 Lockers, Rest Rooms, and Showers (ESE & 225 071, 202, 203, 204, 254

Vocational Education)

819 Rest Rooms, Staff ‑ Male 5% cap 4

820 Rest Rooms, Staff ‑ Female 5% cap 4

821# Rest Rooms, Staff ‑ Male/Female

822 Public Rest Rooms ‑ Male 5% cap 2

823 Public Rest Rooms ‑ Female 5% cap 2

824 Rest Rooms, Ancillary ‑ Male 5% COFTE 2

825 Rest Rooms, Ancillary ‑ Female 5% COFTE 2

826# Elevators, Freight/Passengers

827# Elevators (Passenger/Handicapped)
b. Music Related Spaces
830 Ensemble 300 075, 076, 077

831 Practice, Music, one per 40 students 70 055, 075, 076, 077

832 Storage, Instrument 600 076, 077, 078, 079

833 Storage, Robe 150 075

834 Storage, Uniform 300 076

835 Studio 180 076

836 Sheet Music Storage 150 075, 076, 077

837 Storage, Large Equipment 400 075, 076, 077



c. Vocational Related Spaces
840 Classroom for Related Instruction *20 1 34 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 222, 223, 224, 244, 245, 246, 252,

253, 254, 263, 264, 271

(Stations are assigned for any space other than approved

classrooms associated with vocational laboratory.)

841 Greenhouse 800 200, 201, 202, 203, 204

842 Kitchen (Family and Consumer Sciences) 125 230, 233, 234

843 Laundry (Family and Consumer Sciences) 50 230, 231, 233, 234

846 Reception (instructional) 90 271

847 Storage, Flammable 125 201, 202, 203, 204, 246

848 Storage, Machinery 1100 201, 202, 203, 204

849 Storage, Project (large) 310 240, 243, 245, 246, 253, 254

850 Storage, Tool (small) 195 201, 202, 245, 246

851 Storage, Tool (large) 310 203, 204, 240, 243

853 Testing 250 270, 271

852 Technology Resource Center 800 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 240, 241, 242, 243
d. Vocational Select Spaces
807 Storage, Equipment 315

844 Multipurpose Laboratory 1200

(Family and Consumer Sciences)

845 Observation (Family and Consumer Sciences) 50

854 Vocational Darkroom 225

861 Animal Shelter 1000

862 Burn/Fire Maze Instruction 1100

863 Fitting Room 50

864 Isolation Room 45

865 Radio Control Room 100

866 Radio/Studio(2) 900

867 TV Control Room (2) 600

868 TV Studio (2) 1100

869 X‑Ray 135



870 Test Cell 150



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