What is the Facilities Inventory?
A uniform coding structure to identify physical facilities' building and room records. It includes data fields for space type, condition, size, how it is used, and program department codes.
What does E&G stand for?
Education & General. This is assignable space used to carry out institutional missions of instruction, research, and support.
What is considered an auxiliary building?
Income-generating structures and space such as dormitories, cafeterias, student union buildings, stadiums, athletic facilities, housing or boarding facilities used by a fraternity, sorority, or private club, and alumni center used solely for those purposes. Auxiliary space is not supported by state appropriations.
What defines a building?
The THECB defines a building as a roofed structure with at least two walls for permanent or temporary shelter for persons, animals, plants, equipment, or supplies. It is attached to a foundation, roofed, serviced by a utility (exclusive of lighting), and is a source of maintenance and repair activities.
What does NASF stand for?
Net Assignable Square Feet. This is the sum of floor space within interior walls of rooms that is assigned to, or available for assignment to, occupants for use. NASF is determined by room type and room use data fields.
What is the difference between "student capacity" and "maximum occupancy" of a room?
Student capacity is the number of students allowed for a given room based on the nature of the instruction and layout of the furnishings. Maximum occupancy is the number of people allowed in a given space based on the NFPA Life Safety Code taking in to account square footage, number of exits, the direction of door swings, and door hardware. Student capacity is always lower than the maximum occupancy of the room.