Lecture - Room Setup and Space Requirements

Lecture - Room Setup and Space Requirements - Choosing the...

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Choosing the Room Appearance Room dimension Ceiling height Number of columns Exits and entrances Proximity, number, and quality of restroom facilities
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Choosing the room Colours and types of floor and wall coverings Sound insulation Visibility Lighting Temperature Smell Layout
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Utilities Type of electricity available Number, types, and locations of outlets, etc. Maximum lighting and wattage Lighting controls HVAC capacity Speakers Doors WiFi
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Space Requirements Number of attendees Type of dining tables used Aisle space Open-space setup Dance-floor space Bandstand Other entertainment Head tables Bank mazes Reception needs Buffet tables Beverage stations Side stands, tray jacks, bus carts Action stations Staging areas Cashiers Display areas Landing space Meeting activity during the meal Style of service Audience separation Accessible seating
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Standard Tables 1m round table Round of 5, or Round of 5, or 5-top 5-top 5 people 5 people 1m50 round 1m50 round Round of 8 Round of 8 8 – 9 people 8 – 9 people 2m round 2m round Round of 10 Round of 10 10 - 12 people 10 - 12 people Banquet 6 Banquet 6 rectangular rectangular table table 75cm wide by 75cm wide by 1m80 long. 1m80 long. Banquet 8 Banquet 8 rectangular rectangular table table 75cm wide by 75cm wide by 2m40 long. 2m40 long.
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Other Tables Schoolroom or classroom table Serpentine table Half-moon table Quarter-moon table Cocktail table Oval table
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Tablescapes The top of the table is the “stage.” Once attendees are seated they will spend the rest of the meal function looking at the table. The table presentation sets expectations for the
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course BUSINESS AAF001-1 taught by Professor Dr.tony during the Spring '11 term at University of Bedfordshire.

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