The chart on pages 26 and 27 of the 1996 BOMA Office Standard can take time and good knowlege of Excel to set up as a spreadsheet. However, I encourage you to try yourself because in so doing you will better understand how it works. If you get stuck and would like a working spreadsheet in MS Excel or AutoCad LT table format to use an example, I would be pleased to send one to you, free! Your only obligation is to be solely responsible for any modifications you make to the spreadsheet.
If you want the AutoCad 2006 version, your email account must be capable of receiving a 1.6 MB zipped file. This table is the bleeding edge of ACAD 2006 table applications and is inelegant and slow. Expansion to buildings of more then 7 floors is problematical and numerical formatting is impossible. The AutoCad 2007 version is much smaller and runs much better.
Before requesting the "Modified BOMA" spreadsheet, be sure to read BOMA Math: Feature or Bug? to understand why this option is being offered and your obligations with respect to the lease agreement. The Strict BOMA spreadsheet is included in the Modified BOMA workbook to enable comparison of the two versions.
Just fill out the information below and hit the SEND REQUEST button. I will send the spreadsheet to the indicated email address as an email attachment. I regret that I cannot respond to requests with incomplete information, but I promise not to bombard you with marketing email and I never share email addresses with others.
The spreadsheets used in the new 2010 BOMA Office Standard is not available because the standard includes a worksheet showing the required Excel formulas in every cell. It is a great learning experience for you to create these spreadsheets yourself!
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