A Face for Radio. Radio station planning and design by Peter Bloomfield, Mark Motl and Vilma Barr (Auth.)

By Peter Bloomfield, Mark Motl and Vilma Barr (Auth.)

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A typical engineering staff will have a hierarchy of office space requirements. These range from private offices with meeting space for the director or market engineer, to work benches for technicians. The TOC (Technical Operations Center), also referred to as the Rack Room, is directly connected to all departments within the station. The Engineering Department should, early in the programming process, be able to estimate the amount of technical space that will be needed to serve the new facility, with a percentage component for future growth.

OĞen the site that seems like a great lease deal will cost more to operate or have “hidden” costs such as parking. Comparing the costs of building at various locations is, of course, part of the process. Looking at the costs associated with various sites over a ten year period is probably a much more realistic comparison. Ultimately the goal of any project is to create a fully functional place that operates well within the community at large. The chapter will help develop the criteria needed for the decision making process.

While this example is somewhat unknown, it does highlight the value of being a good neighbor and mindful of the community at large. Building Entry chapter three move or stay? the site selection process 47 Scenario: Stay, Expand and Renovate Cox Radio – Greenville, South Carolina AĞer an exhaustive search for affordable alternatives – both in and out of the Greenville business district – space adjacent to Cox Radio’s existing facility on the fourth floor of a downtown office, building became available.

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