Offices and administrative buildings
… are, in particular, furnished with work spaces to execute office and administrative activities. In addition, they have rooms for meetings, seminars and conferences, waiting and reception areas, sales and other rooms as well as connecting corridors. Other requisites are sanitary facilities, storerooms as well as archive space, kitchens and rooms for technical services and utilities. The foyers or office and administrative buildings are frequently (depending on the number of visitors) large.
Office and administrative buildings are generally multi-storey. They are mostly reinforced concrete structures with solid walls, partly in combination with ventilated facades. They may also feature wooden structures (Gruhler, Deilmann 2015).
The composition of the synthetic building office and administration building can be seen here.
Areas and volumes
Areas and volumes according to DIN 277
|Usable area||2,796 m²|
|Service ara||200 m²|
|Circulation area||835 m²|
|Net floor area||3,813 m²|
|Construction area||486 m²|
|Gross floor area||4,299 m²|
|Gross volume||15,493 m³|
Building materials classified into groups
|Other minerals||2,582.9 t|
|Wood, engineered woods||148.1 t|
|Other renewables||0.0 t|
|Bituminous minerals||3.3 t|
|Ferrous metals||381.3 t|
|Non-ferrous metals||20.9 t|
Building materials according to building elements
|Exterior walls||1,298.1 t|
|Interior walls||762.3 t|