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1

what is the typical order of construction drawings

title page
floor plans (finish and electrical and furniture)
RCP
elevations
details
Mechanical if required
electrical if required
Fire protection if required

2

what about a project determines the type of numbering system you pick for your drawing package

the size and complexity of a project and how many drawings there are

3

what are some common numbering systems (how are they numbered) for drawings

simplest = 1.0 good for small projects with no consultant's drawings

larger with consultants put a letter in front- A for arthictural or interiors or I

for plans that can be grouped (like all RCP's together) do the decimbles so A1.1 A2.1 etc can add sheets later

for high rise buildings or buildings with different sections, can use the floor number like 53A1.1 or A53-1.1

4

what is the typical size of construction plans

1/4 or 1/8. large scale ones or complex areas are at 1/2

5

what is the most common way of communicating finishes for an interior project if it's simple

finish schedule- lists in a table the rooms and types of finishes on the floor, base walls- only good for simple projects

6

what does a site plan show

roof, surrounding yards and driveway all within the property line

7

what is the most efficient way to communicate info about a certain thing like a door or millwork or kitchen equipment

by using a schedule.

8

when do you do/get as-built drawngs

after the construction of your job is complete- what was drawn vs your construction drawings.

can be hand markups on your construction drawings

give this to the client.

9

do you need to dimension demolition plans

yes- demo'd components need to be dimensioned.

10

what do you show on an egress plan

occupant load of each space
number of exits required and shown
exit widths are met and provided
travel distances
lengths of common paths of egress travel

think of what you had to put on an egress plan for the practicum

11

when might you combine an RCP and electrical plan

on small residential projects

12

what are some common types of interior schedules

door schedule
finish
hardware
millwork
kitchen

13

are specs part of the construction document

no

14

why are as built drawings important to have

a record from which future designs can be made
show the shut off valve locations and actual locations of things required for maintenance and operation