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## How many square feet is 100 seats?

SPACE REQUIREMENT ESTIMATES BY CROWD SIZE

CROWD SIZE, BY PERSON | ESTIMATED SPACE NEEDS, SQUARE FEET |
---|---|

75 | 450-2,625 |

100 | 600-3,500 |

125 | 750-4,375 |

150 | 900-5,250 |

## How do you calculate seating capacity?

**The formula to be used in calculating capacity is:**

- Rows x Length x Inches / Personal Space = Seating Capacity.
- R x L x I / P = C.
- 20 x 30 x 12 / 24 = 300.
- 20 x 30 x 12 / 18 = 400.

## How many square feet is 300 guests?

Make Sure Your Venue Is Large Enough for Your Wedding Reception

Room Size(Minimum Square Footage) | Sit-Down Dinner(8 guests at a 60” table) | Sit-Down Dinner(10 guests at a 72” table) |
---|---|---|

3,500 Square Feet | 288 Wedding Guests | 290 Wedding Guests |

3,700 Square Feet |
304 Wedding Guests |
300 Wedding Guests |

## How do you calculate Covid room capacity?

Measure the width of your space. **Multiply the length by the width to** calculate the area in square metres. Divide the area of your space (calculated in square metres) by 2 (if the 2 square metre rule applies) or 4 (if the 4 square metre rule applies) to calculate the maximum number of people allowed.

## How is Hall capacity calculated?

Calculating the Occupant capacity

The calculation, therefore, is **the size of the hall (in square metres) divided by the occupant load factor**.

## How many square feet do you need per person in a church?

Plan to have **10 to 20 square feet per person**, depending on the size of your space. Assuming your church is not aspiring to reach a capacity beyond 300 or so, you can anticipate accommodating around 15 square feet per person.

## How do you calculate maximum occupancy?

How to Calculate Maximum Occupancy Load. The occupancy load is calculated **by dividing the area of a room by its prescribed unit of area per person**. Units of area per person for specific buildings can be found in the chart at the end of this article.

## How do you find the maximum seating capacity of a room?

Room Capacity Calculations-COVID

Calculate the size of the room in square feet. The equation for that calculation is the room length multiplied by the width. 2. **Divide the total square footage of the room by 113sq.**