Term Term Definition Options Unit of Measure
Assembly Indoor or outdoor premises operating a public or nonpublic event. View None
Continuous Fenestration systems that do not have a break between them across the wall. Systems such as window walls and curtain walls would have a "Continuous" layout. View None
Courtyard View None
Discrete Fenestration systems that have a section of wall between them. This type of layout is sometimes referred to as "punched opening". View None
Fenestration Layout

The pattern of distribution of the fenestration system on the wall.

View None
Food service Any premises serving food. View None
H Shaped View None
Lodging Lodging premises with unconventional or temporary housing type such as a bed and breakfast. View None
Masonry Masonry a structure built from individual units laid in and bound together by mortar. The common materials of masonry construction are brick, stone, marble, granite, travertine, limestone, cast stone, concrete block, glass block, stucco, tile, and cob. View None
Number Of Fenestration Units

Number of windows, skylights, glass doors, etc associated with a surface, a zone, a premises, etc.

View count
Retail dry goods retail Individual retail store within a mall or stand-alone that does not sell groceries, includes auto dealerships. View None
Sill Height

Distance from the floor to the lower horizontal surface at the window opening.

View ft
Steel frame View None
Warehouse refrigerated Premises with refrigerated warehousing and storage facilities that provide services including blast freezing, tempering, and modified atmosphere storage. View None
Warehouse unrefrigerated Premises with warehousing and storage facilities excluding refrigerated spaces, such as petroleum, lumber, and documents. View None
Wood frame View None
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