The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is proposing new dormitory design specifications to address the growing trend of dormitory owners wanting to maintain the architectural integrity of their buildings.
These specifications will provide guidance to owners of existing dormities, including those owned by the military, the health care industry, and education institutions.
The new standards will be implemented in the coming months and will apply to the current and future design of the entire campus.
The standards will also guide future construction.
The standards will come into effect when AIA approves the new specifications, which will be published in an update to its 2018 Architectural Digest, scheduled to be published on May 2, 2019.
They will be adopted by the American Institute for Standards and Technology (AIST) for use by construction contractors.
The AIST is the body that sets the standards for building construction.
“The requirements are designed to provide the right environment for students, faculty, and staff to continue learning and performing at their highest level,” said AIA Vice President for Architecture Richard S. Wuerker.
“It will also be the right time for owners to move forward with their designs, ensuring that they are complying with building code requirements and building standards.”
The requirements require that all structures, including dormitaries, be constructed in accordance with the design standards and with a minimum number of structural elements.
AIA says the design requirements will require the construction of additional structural elements that can be removed and replaced by students, staff, and the general public.
The proposed standards will include new standards for watertight doors and windows, better ventilation, better venting, and additional ventilation and drainage.
They also require new fire and seismic safety requirements.
In addition to meeting the building codes, the standards also recommend that all dormitary design features and equipment be provided by the owner.
The new standards include a number of improvements to existing dormitory buildings, including an updated design for stairways and elevator floors, a new design for the main lobby, an updated plan for the upper dining hall, and new plan and specifications for the lower dining hall.
For example, the new plans include a new canopy that is 20 feet higher than the existing canopy, which allows the canopy to extend into the ground.
The canopy is a requirement for most buildings in the US military and health care facilities.
The updated design of stairways has been recommended by the Association of the American Architects (AOA) in its 2010 Design Standards for Residential Buildings, and will be included in the AIA’s updated Architectural Digest.
The plans will include additional details for the stairways that will help ensure they meet new requirements.
The revised design for elevator floors will require elevator shafts to be 30 feet taller than the current floor.
The current elevator floor height is 45 feet, which is a significant change.
The revised plan will include an elevator shaft that is 30 feet higher.
The elevator shaft for the existing lobby, on the other hand, will be raised to 50 feet.
The elevator shaft will also have a new system for securing the elevator shaft and for installing elevators.
This new elevator system will provide more security to all users.
The AIA recommends that the new elevators be located at the lower level of the building, where students and employees can enter and exit the building without having to step down.
Additionally, the elevator will be made more comfortable to use, and elevator doors will be longer.
The redesigned dormitery lobby has been included in AIAs previous design standards for its dormiteries, and AIA also recommends that these features be included with the new design.
The dormitory on campus at Georgetown University in Washington, DC.
The design of this building is in line with the standards AIA has developed to address new dormitries.