BOMA 2018 Gross Areas: Standard Methods of Measurement: What's New

Recorded On: 01/23/2020

BOMA International published its first “Standard Methods of Floor Measurement” for office buildings in 1915. In 2009, BOMA published the Gross Areas Standard (Gross Areas of a Building: Standard Methods of Measurement, ANSI/BOMA Z65.3—2009) in direct response to requests made to BOMA International to develop floor measurement standards for forms of occupancy other than office buildings. BOMA 2018 Gross Areas: Standard Methods of Measurement (ANSI/BOMA Z65.3—2018) is the first update to the gross areas standard. Find out what’s new in the 2018 Gross Areas Standard in this 60-minute webinar presented by three key architects of the new standard.

Learning Objectives: 

Gain insights into why a gross areas standard is needed.  
Understand the objectives of the gross areas standard.  
Discover the purpose of the BOMA area measurement standards.  
Learn what has changed from the 2009 to the 2018 gross areas standard.

Peter Stevenson

CEO, Stevenson Systems

Peter, and his company, Stevenson Systems, for over 35 years has been directly involved in providing building measurement and Space Accounting services on over 4 billion square feet of commercial properties throughout North and South America, Europe, Russia, China and the Middle East. Peter founded and currently serves as CEO of Stevenson Systems, as International Liaison to the BOMA International Standard Methods of Floor Measurement Committee, is Chair of the Gross Areas Measurement Revisions Task Force and is chair of the International Property Measurement Standards Coalition Standards Setting Committee.


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1.00 Credit Hours credit  |  Certificate available
1.00 Credit Hours credit  |  Certificate available