By Peter Bloomfield, Mark Motl and Vilma Barr (Auth.)
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Initial site improvements were made to the neighbor’s property on behalf of the station in exchange for the ability to use portions of the neighbor’s property for storm water management structures and some occasional overﬂow parking. In so doing, both the neighbors objectives were fulﬁlled and a cost eﬀective single, story structure was realized for the facility. Key throughout the process was the development of mutual beneﬁts that were above and beyond individual objectives. While this example is somewhat unknown, it does highlight the value of being a good neighbor and mindful of the community at large.
Major all-staﬀ meetings may be best handled oﬀ-site. Minimal space allocations are usually set by building codes and are based on a percentage of square feet and type of use. Some facilities may also require a rest room in close proximity to the studios and be equipped with an audio or intercom system that plays the live broadcast. 34 a face for radio Mail rooms typically have pigeon holes for distribution of mail, sorted by individuals or by department. Adequate space should be allowed for postage meters, scales, box and envelope storage, mailing supplies, and a work table.
Long deferred maintenance of oﬃces and support spaces along with a new lease further justiﬁed a rethinking of the existing conditions and facility operations. New Air Studio 48 a face for radio Existing Plan Expanded and Renovated Plan AĞer developing a space use program and conﬁrming both wants and needs, it was agreed that funds could be best allocated by simply updating – paint, carpet, furniture etc. – some areas. Management and accounting oﬃces and some support spaces such as storage and the kitchen remained intact while the rest of the ﬂoor was demolished This required phasing and short term use of other space in the building.