Alternate campus buildings may be selected if the university is requested to provide shelter space for the temporary housing of evacuees from other geographic areas when no local natural disaster or hurricane emergency condition exists and the structural integrity of the facility is not a factor.
|BUILDING NAME||SHORT TERM OCCUPANCY||EXTENDED TERM OCCUPANCY|
|686||J. Wayne Reitz Union||910||364|
Short Term Occupancy is based on 20 net assignable square feet per person, which is the American Red Cross requirement for shelter space during a storm. Emergency shelter space as reported by the Board of Regents, Office of Capital Program, February 1994 in compliance with Section 240.295, Florida Statute.
Extended Term Occupancy is estimated based upon the unassigned space and allocations of 50 net assignable square feet per individual. Space allocation suggested by the University of Florida to shelter individuals for an extended period. An extended period is defined as any length of time greater than 24 hours.
This document is derived from Appendix A of the University of Florida's Natural Disaster/Hurricane Emergency Plan. The plan has not been made available electronically, but paper copies may be procured from the University of Florida, Office of Administrative Affairs, Division of Environmental Health and Safety, Building 1079, P.O. Box 112190, Gainesville, FL 32611 (telephone: 352.392.1591).