NFPA 101 184.108.40.206(3) requires convenience openings to be separated from corridors.
NFPA 101 220.127.116.11 does not require corridors when a building is fully sprinklered, when exits are available from an open floor area, or within a space occupied by a single tenant.
So, in a fully sprinklered new business occupancy, does this mean there are no "corridors" (in the eyes of 18.104.22.168), even if we voluntarily enclosed some of our exit access with non-rated walls?
I will withhold my opinion as to not sway responses.
Brandon Wilkerson, PE
Fire Protection Engineer