Standards for City Church Plants to be Used with the Interchurch World Movement Score Card for Rating City Churches and Religious Education Plants

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Interchurch Press, 1920 - Buildings - 75 pages
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Page 53 - Type A — A building constructed entirely of fire-resistive materials including Its roof, windows, doors, floors, and finish. Type B — A building of fire-resistive construction in its walls, floors, stairways, and ceilings, but with wood finish, wood or composition floor surface, and wood roof construction over fire-resistive ceiling. Type C — A building with masonry walls, fire-resistive corridors and stairways, but with...
Page 36 - Placing of seats and urinals should be such as to avoid obstruction of light. Should be arranged along walls in single rows. Urinals at point nearest door, seats farthest from the door.
Page 53 - E. A frame building constructed with wood above foundation with or without slate or other semi-fireproof material on roof.
Page 73 - Maiden [Mass.] survey; a report on the church plants of a typical city, showing the use of the interchurch world movement score card and standards for rating city church plants: comp.
Page 19 - Sanitation — Where angles and corners would otherwise occur in stairways construction, the plans should provide for concave surfaces (coves) thus preventing the accumulation of dust, dirt, and germ-carrying filth in places inaccessible to brooms and brushes.
Page 52 - ... be sound proof. c. Equipment. Provision for basketball, volley ball, indoor baseball, and other group activities. Pulley weights, horizontal and parallel bars, climbing ropes, and ladders, jumping standards, flying rings, dumb bells, Indian clubs, boxing gloves, quoits, etc. d. Athletic Directors' Office. Fully equipped and located so as to control all athletic rooms. 2. Locker Rooms. Adjacent to the gymnasium. Separate for sexes. Steel lockers. Ventilated. Minimum of large dressing lockers with...
Page 29 - Two and one-half (2}^) cubic feet of air per minute per square foot of floor area for assembly rooms. A minimum of four (4) air changes per hour for all other rooms requiring ventilation. c. Every room having air supply ventilation should be provided also with exhaust ventilation. The volume of air exhausted should...
Page 50 - VI. COMMUNITY SERVICE ROOMS. . . A. Rooms for general use 1. Recreation and dining 2. Kitchen 3. Library and reading room B. Rooms for social service 1. Women and mothers' room 2. Girls' club rooms 3. Men's club room 4. Boys
Page 17 - Building should be architecturally consistent, that is, it should conform throughout to the line forms and movements established by the architectural type after which it is built. Any variations in these should be in harmony with the symmetry and general effects of the building.
Page 32 - J^-inch hose — hose racks and valves exposed in corridors; gravity tank on roof where insufficient water pressure is provided. One fire extinguisher to every 5,000 square feet of floor area. Fire-alarm stations on each floor in plain sight. The latter should be connected with city fire department.

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