Calculate the number and type of storage units for the following scenario. Key your answers in the designated space.
Assume that 3 linear inches will be left in each drawer or on each shelf to allow space for storing and retrieving records and that file cabinets or shelves are of the dimensions illustrated in Chapter 6 of the textbook. Round answers to the next whole number (regardless of the fractional part).
Calculate the amount of total floor space required by the equipment selected. Include drawer-pull space but not aisle space. Round your answer to the nearest square foot.
Scenario: A large legal office keeps its client records in a security vault. The firm currently has 2,178 linear feet of records including guides and folders. At times, three to five people may be accessing the files.