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square foot

A non-SI (International System) unit of surface area equal to 0.0929 m² or 929 cm².
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Many factors have gone into driving the trend of shrinking square footage.
Thomas claims that his book has everything you need to know about measuring and calculating residential square footage.
so facilities professionals have a point of reference for determining how to calculate square footage--increases total rentable square footage of a building by 4 to 8 percent.
The Los Angeles City Council will consider an emergency anti-mansionization ordinance Wednesday for Sunland-Tujunga, which would ban homes larger than 2,400 square feet, as well as those with square footage that is more than 40 percent of the lot size.
If the square footage required starts to exceed the amount currently available, the structure can be lengthened.
Advances in science lab design can go further than meeting minimum square footage to improve safety.
The same-size facility built with a cluster arrangement would require 15 to 20 percent more in square footage and costs.
Target opened 93 stores and closed 17 in the preceding year, lifting total square footage by about 40%.
The planned square footage growth for the coming year represents approximately 46 million square feet of new retail space, which will be the largest square footage increase in the company's history and a nine percent increase over fiscal 2002 total," said Lee Scott, president and CEO.
Chief executive Lee Scott said: "The planned square footage growth for the coming year represents approximately 46 million square feet of new retail space, which will be the largest square footage increase in the company's history.
Rifkin is calling for sustained growth in the long term, which is due to the retailer's plans of growing square footage by 25 percent by 2002.
To use the square footage method, divide the square footage of the space used for your business by the total square footage of the house.