Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings

ISBN-10: 0470618159

ISBN-13: 9780470618158

Edition: 4th 2012

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The study and practice of architecture demands a working command of architectural drawing as a means of graphic communication. This book documents the step-by-step evolution of a complete set of working drawings, for the student or professional, just the way its done in architectural offices across the country. Progression of the chapters mimics the way an architect creates working drawings, starting with site and foundation plans and progressing through elevations, building sections and other drawings. Ancillary materials include an instructor manual, a study guide, sample digital drawings, and a glossary.
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Book details

List price: $125.00
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/29/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 688
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 4.092
Language: English

Preface
Professional Foundation S
The Office
The Physical Office
Office Practice and How It May Be Structured
Resource Library
Professional Organizations
Architect/Client Relationship
Implementation of the Construction Documents
Building
Influence of Building Information Modeling on Building Design
Standards and Techniques, Metrification, Hand Drafting, and Computer-aided Drafting
Introduction to Standards and Techniques
Drawing Practice
Lettering
Architectural Drafting
Reproduction Methods
Office Standards
Metrics
Hand Drawing
Kinds of Drafting Equipment
Selecting and Using Drafting Pencils
Computer Drafting
Office Standards
A Game within a Game
Power of the CAD Drafter
Disadvantages of a Computer
Advantages of a Computer
Future of CAD
Conclusion
BIM, Revit, and Human Concerns
Introduction
Human Considerations
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Sustainable/Green Architecture
Environmental and Human Considerations
Sustainable Architecture
Lateral Influences
Energy Conservation
Sound
Snow
Fire and Smoke
Temperature
Deterioration
Drainage/Rainfall
Underground Gas Control
Water Table
Frost Line/Frost Depth
Termites and Termite Treatment
Energy Sources
Future of Energy Sources
Construction Materials and Methods
Building Materials
Wood Floor Systems
Wood Wall Systems
Wood Roof Systems
Concrete
Steel Floor System
Steel Stud Wall Framing System
Steel Decking Roof System
Light Steel Roof Framing System
Masonry Wall System
Composite Systems and Combinations of Materials
Material Selections
Wood as a Material
Concrete as a Material
Steel as a Material
Masonry as a Material
Initial Preparation Phase for Construction Documents
Working Guidelines for Preparing Construction Documents
Making the Transition from Schematic Drawings to Construction Documents
Building Code Requirements
Primary Materials Analysis
Selecting the Primary Structural System
Requirements of Consultants
Regional Considerations
Energy Conservation
Interrelationship of Drawings
Project Management
Office Procedure and Planning Strategy
Tracking a Set of Working Drawings
Format/Cartoon
Project Book
Numbers-Legal, Job, Task
Drawing Sequence
Delivery Methods
Document Evolution
Site and Grading Plan
Site Analysis
Site Analysis Applied
The Topography Map
The Soils and Geology Map
The Site Plan
The Grading Plan
The Site and Grading Plan
The Drainage Plan
The Erosion and Sediment Control Plans
The Utility Plan
The Circulation Plan
The Landscape, Irrigation, and Drainage Plans
The Site Improvement Plan: An Overview
Size and Location
Floor Plan
Types of Floor Plans
Symbols
Other Floor-plan Considerations
Drawing a Floor Plan with a Computer
Foundation and Roof Plans, Floor and Roof Framing Systems
Foundation
Introduction
Types of Foundations
Examples
Summary of Typical Conventions for Foundation Plan
Exterior and Interior Walls
A Steel Structure
Roof Plans and Framing Systems
Framing with Different Materials
Floor Framing
Building Sections
Building Sections Defined
Drawing a Building Section
Types of Building Sections
Drafting a Building Section
Drafting a Building Section of a Residence
Exterior and Interior Elevations
Introduction to Exterior Elevations
Drawing Doors and Windows
Material Designations
Notes
Dotted Lines
Controlling Factors
Drafting an Exterior Elevation
Weatherproofing
Drawing an Elevation with and without a Model
Exterior Elevation Using BIM/Revit
Interior Elevations
Dimensions and Intersections
Drafting an Interior Elevation: Examples
Computers and Interior Elevations
Evolution of a Set of Interior Elevations
Interior Elevations Using BIM/Revit
Schedules: Door, Window, and Finish
Schedules Defined
Tabulated Schedules: Doors and Windows
Pictorial Schedules: Doors and Windows
Choosing a Tabulated or Pictorial Schedule
Interior Finish Schedules
Additional Schedules
Schedules as They Relate to Structural Entities
CAD-Generated and Computer-Drafted Schedules
Schedule Templates
Schedules Using BIM or Revit
Architectural Details and Vertical Links (Stairs/Elevators)
The Purpose of Architectural Details
Freehand Detail Sketches
Using Details in Construction Documents
Hard-Line (Hand-Drafted and CAD)
Footing Detail
Window Detail
Fireplace
Stair Design and Vertical Links
Mechanical Vertical Links
Detailing in BIM/Revit
Tenant Improvement Details
Case Studies
C onstruction Documents for a One-story, Conventional Wood-framed Residence
Conceptual Design
Design and Schematic Drawings
Evolution of the Working Drawings
Site Plan, Vicinity Map, Roof Plan, and Notes
Jadyn Residence Site Plan
Jadyn Residence Floor Plan
Jadyn Residence Roof Plan
Jadyn Residence Building Sections
Jadyn Residence Exterior Elevations
Jadyn Residence Foundation Plan
Framing a Residence
Jadyn Residence Roof Framing Plan
Jadyn Residence Interior Elevations
Set Check
Construction Documents for a Two-story, Wood-framed Residence with Basement
Schematic Design for Blu Residence
Site Plan
First-Floor Plan
Second-Floor Plan
Roof Plan
Blu Residence Building Sections
Blu Residence Building Elevations
Foundation Plan: Slab and Raised Wood
Blu Residence Foundation Plan: Raised Wood
Framing Plan
Support Drawings for Blu Residence
Conceptual Design and Construction Documents for a Steel and Masonry Building (Theater)
Introduction
Conceptual Design: Site and Client Requirements
Design Development Punch List
Initial Schematic Studies
Site Plan
Foundation Plan
Ground-Floor Plan
Partial Floor Plan and Interior Elevations
Exterior Elevations
Building Sections
Roof Plan
Roof Framing Plan
Madison Steel Building
Introduction
The Madison Office Building
Floor-plan Design Development Phase
Summary
Tenant Improvements
Tenant Improvement
Introduction
Existing Buildings
Existing Floor Level-Building A
Development of Working Drawings-Building B
Working Drawings
Index
Survey of Regional Differences
A Uniform System for Architectural Working Drawing
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