Occupant Quantity Type

Type of quantitative measure for capturing occupant information about the premises. The value is captured by the Quantity term.

Data Type: 
Constrained List
Category: 
Unit of Measure: 
N/A
Sector: 
Commercial, Residential, Multifamily
Application: 
Portfolio Manager, BuildingSync
List Options Option Definition Unit of Measure Source
Adults Number of people over the age of 18 residing in the premises at least 50% of the time. N/A
Average daily salaried labor hours Cumulative number of hours per day worked by all salaried employees (e.g., managers ) on average over a 12 month period n/a
Average residents Average number of residents at any one time. N/A ENERGY STAR
Capacity Seating capacity of a restaurant, theater, classroom, etc. N/A
Capacity percentage A percentage reflecting the occupancy level of the property. The occupancy is measured as the percentage of the property that is occupied and operational. For example, the average annual occupancy should be based on the number of rooms filled in a hotel. N/A
Children Number of people under the age of 18 residing in the premises at least 50% of the time. N/A
Full time equivalent workers Full time equivalent (FTE) workers is the total number of hours worked by all workers in a week divided by the standard hours worked by one full time worker in a week. Workers may include employees of the property, sub-contractors who are on-site regularly, and volunteers who perform regular on-site tasks. Workers should not include visitors to the property such as clients, customers, or patients. N/A
Licensed beds Number of beds for which a health care facility has a license to operate. N/A
Part time workers Less than full time workers n/a
Peak total occupants Average number of occupants during the peak occupancy, including employees/residents and customers/guests. N/A
Permanent occupant Permanent occupant N/A
Registered students Number of students registered in the educational facility. N/A
Transient occupant Transient occupant, guest, visitor, etc. N/A
Workers on main shift Total number of workers present during the primary shift. This is not a total count of workers, but rather a count of workers who are present at the same time. This number may include employees, sub-contractors who are on-site regularly, and volunteers who perform regular on-site tasks. This number should not include visitors to the buildings such as clients, customers, or patients. N/A
Term ID: 0f74ee3f-107b-48dd-878f-8d3a8ee389ca
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