The conference hall is the place where important business meetings and decisions are made. A good business organization includes well-equipped spaces in a building layout. If you don't have your own room, look for an outdoor room that at least meets the minimum requirements required for a conference room.
Meeting rooms and soundproofing boardrooms are often required by businesses. Also to be considered are seating positions, space flexibility, audiovisual technology, furnishings, high-speed Internet access, and anti-glare lighting arrangements.
The most important facilities and their descriptions are listed in detail:
1. Chairs: Nearly 60% of the total meeting space should be equipped with ergonomically designed armchairs. Chairs must be tilted, swiveled, and height-adjustable.
2. Tables: Tables must be at least 24 inches wide and have a hard, non-reflective writing surface. There should be a minimum length to allow at least 30 inches of space for each person using the table. The edges should be made of high-pressure laminate.
3. Lighting: Must be at a controllable level. A standard 50-70 foot-candle is placed on the table. Flash level can be measured with a light meter or manually. This makes it easier to read without shadows or glare on the page.
4. Air conditioning: Seminar rooms built after 1993 require separate air conditioning. Like Blitz, IACC focuses more on availability than accessibility when it comes to air conditioning.
5. Wall surface: The conference room wall surface must be suitable for hanging or displaying graphics. At least one wall of all special purpose meeting rooms must-have features for gluing, or machine mounting.