The minimum and maximum distance between two columns can vary depending on the specific design and structural requirements. In construction and architecture, typical spacing for columns might range from 10 to 25 feet (3 to 7.5 meters), but it can be more or less depending on factors like building load, material strength, and local building codes.

Typically for residential projects, the appropriate distance between two column have to be 5 meters (or 16 feet), while minimum ought to be 3 meters (or 10 feet). Likewise, the maximum distance between two column got to be 7.5 meters (or 25 feet).

Column is compressive member of concrete fibre which is load bearing structure. It is vertical support, made of concrete providing with longitudinal reinforcement to resist the axial load applied on it and safely transfer to the bed of soil via base of foundation of footing.

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All the dead load and live load and self load of RCC roof slab horizontally transfer to beam, beam transfer all incoming load vertically to RCC column via development length of column beam joint, rcc column safely transfer to the bed of soil via base of foundation of footing.

In any building construction spacing or distance between two parallel vertical support or column is distance between two column.

**The distance between two column is depend on several factores:-**

1) Area of span of slab:- total area of slab and length of slab play major role in deciding the distance between two column

2) beam location and their size:- type of beam located in structure and their size play major role in deciding distance/ spacing between two column

3) Structural load :-All structural load of slab beam brick wall live load dead load and self load acting on RCC column which play a major role in deciding spacing between two column.

4) All type of vertical load like axial load and Lateral load caused due to wind flow, seismic factor which play a major role in deciding spacing between two column.

5) Architectural appearance, looking sound,beautiful design of a structure of building, column alignment,column position and distance between two column increase the appearance of structure.

6) design of basement area in your house need to require extra space for car parking which play major role to deciding distance between two column.

**What is the minimum and maximum distance between two column**

What is the minimum and maximum distance between two column? load bearing structure, compressive member of concrete fibre, vertical support of building, In between two column/vertical support, minimum distance/spacing should not be less than 2.5m (2500mm or 8.2 ft) and maximum distance/spacing should not be less than 7.5m (7500mm or 24.6 ft).

In general, the minimum distance between two column restricted to 10 feet (3 meters), while appropriate ought to be 16 feet (5 meters). Moreover, the maximum distance between two column is typically about 25 feet (7.5 meters).

**What is the minimum distance between two column?**

The minimum distance between two columns depends on various factors such as building codes, structural considerations, and the specific design of the structure.

The minimum distance/spacing should not be less than 2.5m (2500mm or 8.2 ft). Hence least/minimum distance/spacing between two column/vertical support is 2.5m (2500mm or 8.2 ft).

**What is the maximum distance between two column?**

In between two column, the maximum distance have to be 7.5m (7500mm or 25 ft) long. Providing span any length measured value between two column/vertical support is maximum distance.

Today in Modern era of construction technology in civil engineering, we can provide two column at maximum distance of span will extend upto 45m by reducing its huge size by providing higher grade of concrete and steel.

**Conclusions:-**

The minimum and maximum distance between two columns might range from 10 to 25 feet (3 to 7.5 meters), but it can be more or less depending on factors like building load, material strength, and local building codes.