# How do you calculate the capacity of a venue?

## How do you calculate the capacity of a venue?

Six square feet per person is a good rule of thumb for a standing crowd. If you are planning a cocktail hour for 100 people who will all be standing, you will multiply 100 by 6 to determine you need a venue with 600 square feet of available and workable space for the event.

## How do you calculate the maximum capacity of a room?

Figure the area of the room, by multiplying the length by the width. For example, if your room is 50 feet long and 40 feet wide, the area is 2,000 square feet (50 x 40 = 2,000). If you measured the room in sections, add up the square feet of each section. Divide the square footage by 36.

**How many people can 200 square feet hold?**

SPACE REQUIREMENT ESTIMATES BY CROWD SIZE

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

150 | 900-5,250 |

175 | 1,050-6,125 |

200 | 1,200-7,000 |

500 | 3,000-13,000 |

### How does Covid calculate maximum capacity?

Multiply the length by the width to calculate the area of your space in square metres. 4. Divide the area of your space by two to calculate the maximum number of people allowed in each space.

### How do you find the maximum capacity of Covid?

**What are the different types of capacity?**

There are three ways to categorize capacity, as noted next.

- Productive Capacity. This is the amount of work center capacity required to process all production work that is currently stated in the production schedule.
- Protective Capacity.
- Idle Capacity.

## How do you calculate Covid capacity?

## How do you calculate 50% capacity in Ontario?

2) For the purposes of this Order, the maximum number of members of the public permitted in a business or facility that is operating at 50 per cent capacity is determined by taking the total square metres of floor area accessible to the public in the business or facility, not including shelving and store fixtures.