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New One of our sources is Bogus.. qed. ;^>
New I was off by an order of magnitude ... and don't know how big meters are (nor metres)
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/jun/16/manufacturer-of-cladding-on-grenfell-tower-identified-as-omnis-exteriors
He also said Omnis had been asked to supply Reynobond PE cladding, which is £2 cheaper per square metre than the alternative Reynobond FR, which stands for “fire resistant” to the companies that worked on refurbishing Grenfell Tower.

That's what I saw, and thought, "£2 per square metre couldn't be that much." But the tower is 70m high, x 4 sides gives 280. It looks like the cladding covers roughly 10% of the window rows, and roughly 90% on the rest (eyeballing the "before" pictures). Yeah, 2,500 m^2 looks about right.
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Drew
New Duh, the meter is pretty much a standardisation of the yard. (A little longer, at ~40 inches.)
New But we don't often use "square meters", so I don't have a feel for their size
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Drew
New Ever bought carpet? That's sold in square yards.
bcnu,
Mikem

It's mourning in America again.
New Nope
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Drew
New At just over 3ft/m, a m^2 works out to ~10 3/4 ft^2. Round to 10 --> Add a zero.
2.54 * 12 = 30.48
0.3048 * 0.3048 = 0.09290304
1.000 / 0.09290304 = 10.763910416709722308333505...
     Welcome to Biz-Econ of the 21st Century - (Ashton) - (8)
         I heard a much higher number - (drook) - (7)
             One of our sources is Bogus.. qed. ;^> -NT - (Ashton) - (6)
                 I was off by an order of magnitude ... and don't know how big meters are (nor metres) - (drook) - (5)
                     Duh, the meter is pretty much a standardisation of the yard. (A little longer, at ~40 inches.) -NT - (CRConrad) - (4)
                         But we don't often use "square meters", so I don't have a feel for their size -NT - (drook) - (3)
                             Ever bought carpet? That's sold in square yards. -NT - (mmoffitt) - (1)
                                 Nope -NT - (drook)
                             At just over 3ft/m, a m^2 works out to ~10 3/4 ft^2. Round to 10 --> Add a zero. -NT - (CRConrad)

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