Occupant Void Area
Opening in a floor created for the specific benefit of an occupant. (NEW)
DISCUSSION?An opening in the floor that could be available for occupant use by re-installing the missing floor, e.g. it is not a service area. An occupant void area may be part of the original building design or created later by removing a portion of the floor. Examples are private elevators, communicating stairs, air shafts and multi-story ceilings.
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