Description:Hello. We are looking at building a recreational facility and are currently trying to get an estimate of building costs. To do so, we'd like to get some initial thoughts drafted out on paper regarding the floorplan of the building. We have some hand-sketches, but need someone to put our sketches into a real scale so that we can get a better idea of how things are coming together. Things you should know about our building:
- The building will have two large areas for two separate businesses. Right now, we're focused on the large area, which will have a ~7000 sq ft footprint.
-We're thinking it makes sense to start with a 70 (wide) by 100 (long) footprint and see how things look.
-We will have a second floor overhang of an additional 1750 sq foot or so.
-The main floor will have : two multi-stall bathrooms, a reception area, and two rooms (each about 400 sq ft to start)
-The overhang area on the "second floor" will have: two offices (~150 sq ft and 225 sq ft, respectively), two smaller bathrooms, an open area, and a lounge (~625 sq ft) + we will need a stair case from the bottom to the overhang.
- Once we have the initial layout of the floor plan complete (which will have tons of open space), we'd like to work with the same person to help us start sketching some additional areas out that we know will be used for certain purposes, but won't involve walls or other structural items.
We've attached two pictures of our humble sketches. One shows the downstairs/main area and one shows the upstairs overhang. We have strong preferences about certain things (like having the two rooms downstairs) but are less concerned about other things (like where the upstairs bathroom goes).
Wants:We're looking for a traditional black and white floor plan, that's drawn to scale. Our biggest challenge is that we want to see how our projected floor plan looks when drawn correctly so that we can start planning out the design of the open areas. We want to be able to use the work product so that we can continue to build on it as the business plan advances. We value someone who can provide their own recommendations (for example, telling us that building costs will be cheaper if we shift a bathroom to a different location). We're also looking to you to keep us in check regarding sizes. If a bathroom looks way to big or way too small, we're relying on your expertise. This building will need 4-5 stalls in each of the downstairs bathrooms, but the upstairs ones can be smaller.
Additional InformationHello, all. We are getting some good floorplans. Additional things to keep in mind:
- The staircase (which we need for second floor access) is a waste of space, so we're trying to minimize the space that it takes up. So, if there's a better place to put it, we're open to suggestions. The cafe will need to stay near the staircase for easy exit.
-This is the first of a few projects that we'll have on this space.
-the reception area should fit a counter where people can pay and check in. We don't need a sitting area there, as we'll have a lot of sitting space in the building.
-similarly, the entry space is just a space to get people in and have them paid. We're fine with keeping this area thin and using as much space as we can for the open big room space or the Room 1 and Room 2.
#7 INDUSTRIAL FLEX BUILDING 1st & 2nd FLOORPLAN by Ben Buehler
#5 For Project: Floor Plan for Industrial/Flex Type Building by Percie_Gala
#1 Preliminary Layout for Industrial Flex Building 8.5x11 Print Ready PDF by Ben Buehler
#2 Preliminary Layout for Industrial Flex Building 8.5x11 Print Ready PDF by Ben Buehler
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