Any structure constructed of what so ever material and used for residential, business education or other purposes is called building.
Types of the building :-
- Based on occupancy
- Based on type of construction
BASED ON OCCUPANCY
Residential buildings: – The building in which sleeping accommodation is provided for normal residential purposes are called residential buildings.
Educational / institutional buildings: – The building used for school, college or day care purposes are called education / institutional building.
Assembly Buildings : – The buildings which are constructed for the purposes to gathering of the people for their respective purposes i.e. social, religious, civil, political is called assembly buildings.
Business Buildings: – The buildings used for transaction of business, for the keeping of accounts and records and other similar purposes called business buildings. Mercantile Buildings: – The buildings used for display of merchandise, either wholesale or retail are called Mercantile Buildings.
Industrial buildings: – The buildings in which products or materials of all kinds and properties are fabricated, assembled or processed are called industrial buildings. Storage buildings: – The buildings used primary for the storage, handling or shattering of goods and wares or merchandise, vehicles and animals are called storage buildings. Hazardous buildings: -The buildings used for storage, handling manufacturing or processing of highly combustible or explosive material are called Hazardous buildings.