Prepare flawless construction documents every time. How would you like to save up to 50% of the time and money spent on design services for your next building project? Working Drawing Manual, by Fred A. Stitt, gives you systematic checklists for quickly organizing and managing the huge mass of data needed to prepare accurate construction documents for any new building. Guaranteed to help you avoid costly delays, changes, job-site miscommunications and lawsuits, these handy checklists make it a snap to plan the scope and content of each set of drawings...decide exactly what needs to be drawn...and understand how each item in a drawing relates to others. With this easy-to-use guide, you can: make quick work of site plans, floor plans, interior and exterior elevations, roof plans, building cross sections, reflected ceiling plans, schedules, details and wall sections; stay on top of new technologies and code requirements; get up to speed on the New Uniform Drawing Format a CADD Layering Guidelines; improve your skills with the AIA CEU self-study module; and much more!WORKING DRAWING SHEET FORMAT AND CONTENT Standard architectural sheet sizes: 18aquot; x 24aquot;, 24aquot; x 36aquot;, 30aquot; x 42aquot;. ... and 50% size printing usually start at 30aquot; x 42aquot; or 34aquot; x 44aquot;; they reduce to final sizes of 15aquot; x 21aquot; and 17aquot; x 22aquot; (or less if sheets are trimmed.) Recommended maximum drawing size: To meet limits of microfilm blowback system at bidding pools, maximum size may be 30aquot; x 42aquot;.
|Title||:||Working Drawing Manual|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 1998-05-01|