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Method A vs Method B

Ron Jasinski
Colliers International (Canada)
January 30, 2017

Does BOMA 2012 specify (like the former 2009 and 2004) two forms of measuring line, Method A and Method B? When referencing a measuring standard do I have to say BOMA 2012 Method A? or simply state BOMA 2012 (if I want the measurement to go to the exterior wall versus drip line?). Thanks, Ron

David Fingret
Extreme Measures Inc.
February 1, 2017

The 2012 industrial standard does have a Method A and a Method B. You should reference the method you are using.


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