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What drawing shows how the design was actually built.

As-Built (Record Drawings)

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All trees, shrubs, rock outcrops, slabs, structures, and utility lines within the project area are to be abandoned or moved

Clearing, Grubbing, Demolition

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(1) Preliminary Surveying (2) Tree Protection, Temporary Conditions (3) Clearing, grubbing, and Demolition (4) Topsoil stripping and stockpiling (5)Rough Grading (6) Finish Grading (7) Installation of Site Improvements (8) Planting and Seeding

Construction Activities

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What is the purpose of Construction Documents?

Graphic and verbal instructions to a contractor for the purpose of bidding and constructing a proposed design. Provide the contractor with information concerning linear and aerial dimensions, volumes, and location of proposed elements. (1) Scale (2) Date (3) and North Arrow are required on all plans

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Contractors use Construction Drawings and Specifications to put together bids

Cost Estimate

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Project Title, Sponsor, Consultants Names, Index to Drawings by Title and Sheet Number, a Project Location Map, a graphic key to the drawing symbols

Cover or Index Sheet

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The plan that displays Information often overlaid the existing condition plan. Shows the items to be demolished, removed, relocated, or transplanted

Demolition Plan

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A reproduction of a registered survey plan for the site, drawn to or spliced into the standard sheet size of the working drawing set.

Existing Conditions Plan

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What elements are required on the Existing Conditions Plan?

Scale, date, and North Arrow(True Magnetic North)

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What should be included in the existing conditions plan?

Shows (1) Property Boundary line lengths and bearings (2) the total acres (3) the Topographic configuration illustrated with the contours and (4)significant spot elevations (5) existing structures (6)vegetation type and size (7) utilities (8) easements (9) adjacent roads (10) geodetic or DPW survey grid at 500 or 100 ft stations (11) a Location Map (12) and Boring Data.

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Erosion Control

Prevent Silting of Streams and drains as regulated by the EPA specifications

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Establish finished elevations

Finish Grading

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Grading and Drainage Plan

Enables the contractor to establish vertical controls for the location of all site and building elements

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What elements are included in a Grading and Drainage Plan?

Spot elevations, Contour Lines, locations and rim elevations of structures receiving runoff, Limit of grading (no-cut/no-fill line)

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What plan(s) needs to be coordinated with building elevations, finished floor elevations, and all utility drawings?

Grading and Drainage Plan

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Grubbing

Grubbing or clearing denotes the removal of trees, shrubs, stumps, and rubbish from a site, often from the site on which a transportation or utility corridor, e. g. a road or power line; an edifice, e. g. a home or office; or a garden is to be constructed

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Layout and Materials Plan

Shows the Proposed development superimposed on existing conditions plan

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Drawing from which quantities and materials are calculated by the contractor

Layout and Materials Plan

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Show detailed layouts in courtyards or entrances

Plan Enlargements

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Show locations of all proposed plant materials, their names, sizes, and any other characteristics that will assist the designer

Planting Plan and Details

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What should be included in the plant list?

quantity, botanical name(genus, species, variety), common name, size (height, spread, caliper, etc), spacing, and special requirements(Multistem, first branch height, etc)

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A note or clause in the Planting Specifications should state that which of the following shall take precedence; plan or the list?

The Plan takes precedence over the Planting List

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What constitutes the Primary Drawings?

(1) Cover or Index Sheet (2) Existing Conditions (3) Demolition Plan (4) Site Preparation Plan (5) Site Preparation (6) Grading and Drainage Plan (7) Planting Plan and Details (8) Utility Plan (9) Site Details and Sections

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Show a profile section along a roadway centerline and designate finish and existing grades at 50 to 100' stations along that line

Road Profiles and Sections

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What is Stationing?

A station is a Horizontal measurement along the Survey Center Line of a project.

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How is Station Number 1 at a 100-foot interval written?

1+100

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What is the difference in distance between Station 650(650+00) and Station 920(920+00)?

(920-650) x 100 = 27,000'

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What is two feet ahead of station 500+00

500+02

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Find the distance from the Station 20+60 to Station 12+80?

2060-1280=780'

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The distance from Station 80+10 to 85+20?

8520-8010 = 8010

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How many feet are in a half station?

50 feet

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Invert elevations, pipe sizes, types, and locations

Surface drainage

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Topsoil Stripping and Stockpiling

Contractor removes all topsoil within the grading limits and stockpiles the soil in an area that is convenient for future respreading

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Moving trees to avoid construction damage

Tree Transplanting

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Wrapped or enclosed. As described in the Specifications

Tree Protection

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(1) Stormwater Drainage (2) Subdrainage (3) Sewerage (4) Water Distribution (5) Electrical layout (6) Buried cables (8) Steam and heat lines (9) Fuel Lines are included in what plan?

Utility Plan

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What plans are laid over a half-toned grading plan?

Utility Plan

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Preparation of all subgrade surfaces for footings and subbase materials for below or on-grade structures

Rough Grading

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Detailed descriptions of (1) General Conditions (2)Special Provisions (3) Materials (4) Quantities (5) Information on Installation

Specifications

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Procedure and performance standards

Specifications

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Provided by a contractor when required by Designer

Shop Drawings

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Convey specific methods of construction to the contractor

Site Details and Sections

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Illustrates the proposed development and indicates the location of stockpiling areas, trees to be removed and thinned, limit of the work line, employee parking and construction road access, erosion control methods, concrete truck washout areas, staging areas, storage areas, stockpile areas, trees to be protected, and location of dewatering trenches or construction siltation ponds

Site Preparation Plan

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Contractor verifies major dimensions, roadway geometry, property boundaries, construction limit line, stockpiling areas, and horizontal measurements

Preliminary Surveying

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Major Source of General Construction Specifications

CSI Construction Specifications Institute

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Legal Responsibilities of Costruction Documentss

Formal Legal Documents

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Construction Activities

Each Drawing represents a class of operations
Organized by Activity

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Installation of Site Improvements

Contractor installs fixtures, benches, pavements, steps, trash, receptacles, planters, equipement, and finished amenities

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Planting and Seeding

Contractor plants trees, shrubs, and other plant materials; mulches and edges beds; harrows, rakes, conditions, fertilizer, and seeds or sods

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What part of every sheet contains (1)Sheet Title, (2)Client's Name, (3)Name of Consulting Firm(s) info (4)Date, (5)Drawn by, (6)Checked by, (7)Revision Block, (8)Job Number, (9)Sheet Number

Title Block

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What information is included on each sheet?

(1)Title block, (2)Border, (3)North Arrow, (4)Written and Graphic Scale, (5)Registration Seal, (6)Appropriate legend, notes, and labels, (7) References to copyright

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What are some Additional Drawings that may be included in a package?

Plan Enlargements, Road Profiles, and Sections, Shop Drawings, Record (as-built)drawings

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What sheet displays the Project Title, Sponsor, Consultants Names, Index to Drawings by Title and Sheet Number, a Project Location Map, a graphic key to the drawing symbols?

Cover or Index Sheet

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Forms the basis for Horizontal Controls formed presented in the layout plan and the vertical controls shown in the Grading Plan

Existing Conditions Plan

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What drawing shows:
Property Boundary line lengths and bearings
Total acres
The topographic configuration illustrated with the contours and significant spot elevations
Existing structures
Vegetation type and size
Utilities
Easements
Adjacent roads
Geodetic or DPW survey grid at 500 or 100 ft stations
A Location Map
Boring Data

Existing Conditions Plan

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Shows the Proposed development superimposed on existing conditions plan

Layout and Materials Plan

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The plan that shows the proposed design is located horizontally on the ground by using bearings and distances, station offsets, and coordinate points

Layout and Materials Plan

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What plan(s) show the limit of grading is usually indicated by the no-cut/no-fill line?

Grading and Drainage Plan

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What plan requires coordination with building elevations, finish floor elevations and Utilities?

Grading and Drainage Plan

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True or False; A note or clause in the specifications should state that the plan shall take precedence over the list in the event of a discrepancy

True

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The following is included in what document?

Property Lines
Match lines
Limit of contract
Buildings and overhangs
Paved areas, terraces, and walls
Surface and sub-surface utilities
Location and size of existing plant material
Location, type, and size of proposed plant material
Areas to receive seed or sod
Planting list or schedule
Existing and proposed topography
Location of decorative lighting fixtures
Irrigation

Planting Plan and Details

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The plan that must be coordinated with other plans, specifically for major plantings or hard-surfaced areas?

Utility Plans

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In some cases the Contractor is given latitude to design special features that require craftsmanship

Shop Drawings

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What drawing must be drawn after the contractor notifies the landscape Architect so that changes can be added?

As-Built (Record Drawings)