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Window, door &
Window, door, and finish schedules are detailed technical drawings that capture the specifications and details of the windows, doors, and finishes used in a construction project. These schedules serve as a comprehensive reference for architects, engineers, contractors, and other stakeholders. This helps ensure the building is constructed according to the design specifications.
The window, door, and finish schedules typically include:
The exact dimensions of the windows and doors, including height, width, and depth, are recorded in the schedule to ensure that they fit correctly in the building.
The type of material that will be used for each window and door, including the frame, sash, and glass, is specified in the schedule.
The color specifications for each window and door are specified in the schedule, helping to ensure that the finished building has a cohesive and attractive appearance
The specifications for the finishes that will be used on the windows and doors, including paint, stain, or other treatments, are included in the schedule.
The location of each window and door in the building is specified in the schedule, including the floor and wall on which it will be installed.
The window, door, and finish schedules play an important role in the construction process,
ensuring that all stakeholders clearly understand the materials and specifications required
for the building.
Ceiling & Soffit Details
Ceiling & Soffit Details are critical components of an architectural drawing and play a crucial role in the design and construction of a building.
Ceiling details include information about the type of ceiling material, the ceiling height, and any fixtures or other features that are part of the ceiling design.
We include the following information in our ceiling details:
The type of ceiling material, such as drywall, plaster, or acoustic tiles, is specified in the ceiling details.
The ceiling height is specified in the ceiling details and is an important factor in determining the overall feel and functionality of the building.
Any ceiling fixtures, such as lights, fans, or speakers, are specified in the ceiling details, along with their type, size, location, and any other relevant information.
Soffit details provide information about the underside of architectural elements, such as
beams, arches, or overhangs. Our soffit details include information about the material used,
the size of the soffit, and any other features, such as lighting or ventilation:
The type of material used for the soffit, such as wood, metal, or plaster, is specified in the soffit details.
The size of the soffit, including its width and height, is specified in the soffit details.
Any other soffit features, such as lighting or ventilation, are specified in the soffit details.
Stair plans and details are an essential component of architectural drawings, which play a crucial role in the construction of buildings. These plans and details are typically presented in three main views: plan view, elevation view, and section view.
We include the following information in our
The plan view
The plan view represents the stairs and provides an overall layout of the treads, risers, and landings. This view helps to determine the spatial relationships of the different components of the stairs and ensures that the design meets the required specifications.
The elevation view
The elevation view is a two-dimensional representation of the height, angle, and width of the stairs, and provides a visual representation of the stairs from the side. This view helps to determine the stairs' visual impact, accessibility, and safety features.
The section view
The section view is a two-dimensional representation of the cross-section of the stairs, and provides an in-depth look at the details of the stairs, including the thickness of the treads, depth of the risers, shape of the stringers, and handrails. Additionally, this view includes the details of the support structure, such as posts, beams, and joists, and the finishes, such as flooring, paint, and trim.
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