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Drawing Boundary with an Exterior Revolving Glass Door.

Hannah Hanks
May 14, 2024

Hello! I am currently doing a BOMA study on a office building that has revolving glass doors in the lobby. I currently have my boundary drawn in this area using the Dominant Portion Boundary Condition, and from what I can figure I think the boundary line follows the interior face of glass wall besides the revolving glass door. So visually my boundary line cuts the revolving glass door circle in two, and only includes the interior portion in the BOMA study. Have I drawn this correctly?

David Fingret
Extreme Measures Inc.
May 14, 2024

Hi Hannah,

Your description sounds correct.


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