February 24, 2016
The Occupant Load Factor for classrooms is 20 square feet (net), so if the net open area (available for desk area) is 1000 square feet then yes because the occupant load would be 50. If the net area is less, then it would not require 2 exits.
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June 26, 2018
I am working on an educational building that has a classroom (930 sf) with an attached group room (150 sf). The group room has a single exit thru the classroom. Since the two spaces combined are larger than 1000 sf, will I need two exits from the classroom?
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