Electrical Code for Meeting Rooms

The 2017 version of the National Electrical Code now dictates locations and quantities for receptacles provided in meeting rooms. Meeting rooms are typically designed or intended for the gathering of seated occupants for such purposes as conferences, deliberations, or similar purposes, where portable electronic equipment is likely to be used.  The infographic below helps explain the process.  Find out if the new requirements apply to you here.

Matt DiPiro, PE

Matt DiPiro, PE

Associate Partner
Matt has 13 years of experience in the electrical engineering design of commercial and institutional facilities. He has been responsible for more than 60 projects in new and renovated spaces, including academic buildings, residence halls, food service venues, healthcare centers, and office buildings. Matt is knowledgeable of sustainable buildings, having designed more than 10 projects that have achieved or are pursuing LEED certification.
Matt DiPiro, PE
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