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English translation: gross measured area- gross building area

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Croatian term or phrase:bruto razvijena povrsina objekta
English translation:gross measured area- gross building area
Entered by: Maja Engel
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21:33 Jun 26, 2008
Croatian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
Croatian term or phrase: bruto razvijena povrsina objekta
gross developed surface area?
Maja Engel
Local time: 09:33
gross measured area- gross building area
Explanation:
nisam bas sigurna, jer se s ovim povrsinama uvijek zbunim - da li je measured ili building

gross floor area- The area within the perimeter of the outside walls of a building as measured from the inside surface of the exterior walls, with no deduction for hallways, stairs, closets, thickness of walls, columns, or other interior features; used in determining the required number of exits or in determining occupancy classification.
http://www.answers.com/topic/gross-floor-area-1

Gross Building Area - The total constructed area of a building, as measured to the exterior of all outside walls. ie the building footprint. It is generally not used for leasing purposes.

Gross Measured Area - The total area of a building enclosed by the Dominant Portion, excluding all parking areas and loading docks (or portions of same) outside the building line. Basically, equals the sum of Floor Rentable + vertical penetrations . Generally not used for leasing purposes, and is calculated on a floor by floor basis.
http://www.lasertechfloorplans.com/main_definitions.htm


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Note added at 1 hr (2008-06-26 22:37:18 GMT)
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evo i jednog glosara:
http://www.buildingareameasurement.com/glossary.htm
ono sto me muci je da je vise slicnih termina, a i vodje govore o tome da ih razlicito upotrebljavaju ovisno o struci-poslu:
Gross Area
The total of all areas of a building. The term is commonly used but its measure is defined differently by different stakeholders, which include designers, developers, cost estimators, appraisers, property tax officials, real estate brokers, financial institutions, insurance companies, building code & zoning officials, property managers and facility managers. There is no single accepted method of measuring Gross Area.
Gross Building Area (GBA)
A term used by federal agencies to measure multi-family properties and industrial buildings, and by the 1996 BOMA Standard. It is similar to Gross Area.
Gross Floor Area (GFA)
See “Floor Area, Gross”, “Gross Area”, Zoning Floor Area”.
Floor Area, Gross
Section 1002.1 of the International Building Code defines this term as being "The floor area within the inside perimeter of the exterior walls of the building under consideration, exclusive of vent shafts and courts, without deduction for corridors, stairways, closets, the thickness of interior walls, columns or other features. The floor area of a building, or portion thereof, not provided with surrounding exterior walls shall be the usable area under the horizontal projection of the roof or floor above. The gross floor area shall not include shafts with no openings or interior courts." NPFA-101 has a different definition and some local building codes also depart from this measure in some respects.

gross developed area sam nasla samo na nekim hrvatskim site-ovima, tj. engleskim verzijama.

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Note added at 1 hr (2008-06-26 22:43:06 GMT)
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The total constructed area of a building. It is the sum of the outside gross areas of all floors including levels below grade. Building Outside Gross is measured from the exterior surface of the building perimeter walls. Building Outside Gross is useful for construction budgeting but is generally not used in lease negotiations or for rentable and usable area calculations
http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/rpm-gbi/lexicon-lexique/term-terme....


http://www.proz.com/kudoz/spanish_to_english/construction_ci...


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Note added at 18 hrs (2008-06-27 16:18:19 GMT)
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evo ga, napokon sam nasla definiciju na hrvatskom:
http://www.gradimo.hr/10967.aspx
Za brutto razvijene površinu karakteristično je da se ona iskazuje za kuću, zgradu i sl. prostore dok se za stanove ona ne koristi. Izražava se na način da se izračunava kao zbroj svih površina čije se dužine i širine mjere od vanjskih obodnih zidova objekta (ožbukanih ili obloženih).

znaci da je to kao prije navedena Gross Area ili Gross Building Area
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gross measured area- gross building area


Language variant: gross floor area

Explanation:
nisam bas sigurna, jer se s ovim povrsinama uvijek zbunim - da li je measured ili building

gross floor area- The area within the perimeter of the outside walls of a building as measured from the inside surface of the exterior walls, with no deduction for hallways, stairs, closets, thickness of walls, columns, or other interior features; used in determining the required number of exits or in determining occupancy classification.
http://www.answers.com/topic/gross-floor-area-1

Gross Building Area - The total constructed area of a building, as measured to the exterior of all outside walls. ie the building footprint. It is generally not used for leasing purposes.

Gross Measured Area - The total area of a building enclosed by the Dominant Portion, excluding all parking areas and loading docks (or portions of same) outside the building line. Basically, equals the sum of Floor Rentable + vertical penetrations . Generally not used for leasing purposes, and is calculated on a floor by floor basis.
http://www.lasertechfloorplans.com/main_definitions.htm


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Note added at 1 hr (2008-06-26 22:37:18 GMT)
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evo i jednog glosara:
http://www.buildingareameasurement.com/glossary.htm
ono sto me muci je da je vise slicnih termina, a i vodje govore o tome da ih razlicito upotrebljavaju ovisno o struci-poslu:
Gross Area
The total of all areas of a building. The term is commonly used but its measure is defined differently by different stakeholders, which include designers, developers, cost estimators, appraisers, property tax officials, real estate brokers, financial institutions, insurance companies, building code & zoning officials, property managers and facility managers. There is no single accepted method of measuring Gross Area.
Gross Building Area (GBA)
A term used by federal agencies to measure multi-family properties and industrial buildings, and by the 1996 BOMA Standard. It is similar to Gross Area.
Gross Floor Area (GFA)
See “Floor Area, Gross”, “Gross Area”, Zoning Floor Area”.
Floor Area, Gross
Section 1002.1 of the International Building Code defines this term as being "The floor area within the inside perimeter of the exterior walls of the building under consideration, exclusive of vent shafts and courts, without deduction for corridors, stairways, closets, the thickness of interior walls, columns or other features. The floor area of a building, or portion thereof, not provided with surrounding exterior walls shall be the usable area under the horizontal projection of the roof or floor above. The gross floor area shall not include shafts with no openings or interior courts." NPFA-101 has a different definition and some local building codes also depart from this measure in some respects.

gross developed area sam nasla samo na nekim hrvatskim site-ovima, tj. engleskim verzijama.

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Note added at 1 hr (2008-06-26 22:43:06 GMT)
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The total constructed area of a building. It is the sum of the outside gross areas of all floors including levels below grade. Building Outside Gross is measured from the exterior surface of the building perimeter walls. Building Outside Gross is useful for construction budgeting but is generally not used in lease negotiations or for rentable and usable area calculations
http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/rpm-gbi/lexicon-lexique/term-terme....


http://www.proz.com/kudoz/spanish_to_english/construction_ci...


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Note added at 18 hrs (2008-06-27 16:18:19 GMT)
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evo ga, napokon sam nasla definiciju na hrvatskom:
http://www.gradimo.hr/10967.aspx
Za brutto razvijene površinu karakteristično je da se ona iskazuje za kuću, zgradu i sl. prostore dok se za stanove ona ne koristi. Izražava se na način da se izračunava kao zbroj svih površina čije se dužine i širine mjere od vanjskih obodnih zidova objekta (ožbukanih ili obloženih).

znaci da je to kao prije navedena Gross Area ili Gross Building Area

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