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OBJ 1.1
Analyze the integration of architectural systems and technologies to meet project goals (A/E) As an architect you will first need to be able to resolve and detail roof, curtain wall, cladding, window, floor, and other architectural systems, while also considering the detail requirements and capabilities of individual building materials
112  cards
OBJ 1.2
Determine the size of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems and components to meet project goals (U/A) You must also be aware of related building systems to identify and develop mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, including calculating the size of some system components, based on system type, system requirements, programmatic requirements, and other factors.
110  cards
OBJ 1.3
Determine the size of structural systems to meet project goals (U/A) You will need to be able to identify and develop structural systems, including calculating the size of some structural components based on the system type, system requirements, programmatic requirements, and other factors.
166  cards
OBJ 1.4
Integrate specialty systems such as acoustics, lighting, fire suppression, conveying, security, and communications to meet project goals (U/A) You will need to be able to identify, develop, and integrate individual specialty system components based on system type, system requirements, programmatic requirements, and other factors.
138  cards
OBJ 1.5
Determine how to detail the integration of multiple building systems and technologies (U/A) You must also be able to detail and resolve the intersection of roof, curtain wall, cladding, window, floor, structural, interior, and other architectural systems as they come together within a building project.
173  cards
OBJ 1.6
Coordinate mechanical, electrical, plumbing, structural, and specialty systems and technologies (U/A) You must identify and resolve conflicts between engineering systems (mechanical, electrical, structural) and other specialty systems as they integrate into the project. This also includes coordinating engineering systems with the architectural design to fulfill programmatic, system, and other project requirements
105  cards
OBJ 2.1
Determine appropriate documentation of building design (A/E)
26  cards
OBJ 2.2
Determine appropriate documentation of site features (A/E) Architects must also coordinate with civil engineers, landscape architects, and other consultants to verify the documentation of site drainage, utilities, pedestrian and vehicular circulation paths, parking, grading, and other site features and structures. It is critical to ensure site documentation is coordinated with all project disciplines
52  cards
OBJ 2.3
Determine appropriate documentation of detailed building drawings within individual architectural systems (A/E) You will need to resolve, detail, and document individual architectural systems such as partition types, expansion joints, windows, doors, louvers, stairs, and other systems based on constructability, environmental, programmatic, and other building requirements.
185  cards
OBJ 2.4
Apply standards required to assemble a set of clear and coordinated construction documentation (U/A) As an architect, you will also need to determine the necessary drawings required to communicate an architectural design based on the project delivery method. This requires assembling these drawings into a clear set of construction documents and ensuring the quality of the documentation meets the appropriate standard of care.
23  cards
OBJ 2.5
Determine impact of project changes on documentation requirements and methods to communicate those changes to owner and design team (U/A) Architects must incorporate value engineering, changes in scope, and owner or project team comments into the drawing set, and determine the impact of these changes on the project delivery method and schedule. You will also need to recognize when changes in scope or owner/project team comments require the architect to perform additional services.
5  cards
OBJ 3.1
Identify and prioritize components required to write, maintain, and refine project manual (U/A) You will need to be able to determine and assemble the content of a project manual, including the general conditions; instructions for procurement, bidding, and contracting; and project specific requirements. This also requires the identification and preparation of any additional exhibits or special conditions required for project execution.
31  cards
OBJ 3.2
Identify and prioritize components required to write, maintain, and refine project specifications (U/A) Project specification types will need to be established, and you will need to identify which divisions are necessary based on project requirements. You will also need to analyze, determine, and specify materials within a project, including general, product, performance, execution, and other specifications necessary to complete the project.
7  cards
OBJ 3.3
Coordinate specifications with construction documentation (U/A) You must also establish fully coordinated specifications with information found on the architectural construction drawings and consultant documents. This includes all materials, assemblies, hardware, methods, and other identified information.
22  cards
OBJ 4.1
Determine adherence to building regulatory requirements (IBC) at detail level (U/A) It is critical to be able to apply the International Building Code to the design and documentation of a project, specifically building use and occupancy, means of egress, heights and areas, fire and smoke protection, MEP systems, and structural systems, as well as material and assembly requirements.
37  cards
OBJ 4.2
Determine adherence with specialty regulatory requirements at the detail level (U/A) It is also important to be able to apply specialty regulations to the design and documentation of a project. This specifically refers to ADA requirements, energy codes, standards for historic preservation, IGCC, Fair Housing, environmental regulations, and the interpretation of provided local or site specific regulations
14  cards
OBJ 5.1
OBJECTIVE 5.1 Analyze construction cost estimates to confirm alignment with project design (A/E) As an architect, you will need to compare and modify a construction cost estimate based on the development of a project, including value engineering, substitution of materials, and alignment with the project documentation and requirements. You will need to utilize appropriate estimating techniques based on the project type, phase, delivery method, or other requirements.
5  cards

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