Ask Friedman: Watts Per Square Foot [Video]

Posted on August 16, 2019

When tenants are going through the leasing process, one of the most commonly asked questions is, ‘how many watts per square foot of electricity does any given space have?’ Typically to answer that question there are a few underlying factors we have to consider such as the electrical capacity for features such as:

  • HVAC units
  • Building lighting
  • Elevator usage
  • And day-to-day tasks

Learn more about watts per square foot from Warren Hudson, Facilities Manager:

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