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Architectural Drafting IV

ARC 206

Architectural Drafting IV

ARC 206

Course Description

Prerequisite: ARC 205. Develops sketches into preliminary and construction drawings. Uses CAD for design and drafting examples and production. Continues the design and drafting of concrete, masonry, and steel construction. Integrates structural, mechanical, electrical, and solar strategies into commercial buildings. (15-90)

Outcomes and Objectives

Draw commercial building 1/8" scale floor plan based on dimensioned but unscaled preliminary plan.

Objectives:

  • Learn relationship of scale to information shown
  • Learn relationship of hatch and detail to scale of drawings and to requirements for information
  • Learn requirements for ada handicap accessible public restrooms
  • Will learn coordination of drawings for dimensioning and grid control
  • Learn to use elevation designations for drawing reference
  • Draw 1/4" scale cross sections of building

Draw 1/4" scale enlargement of part of floor plan.

Objectives:

  • Learn relationship of hatch and detail to scale of drawings and to requirements for information
  • Learn requirements for ada handicap accessible public restrooms
  • Learn coordination of drawings for dimensioning and grid control
  • Learn to use elevation designations for drawing reference

Draw 1/4" scale cross sections of building.

Objectives:

  • Learn to draw partial sections with interrupting cuts to represent complete cross sections
  • Learn drawing techniques for large building structural framing
  • Learn drawing techniques for steel stud framing
  • Will learn to use vertical control targets for height

Draw 1/8" scale exterior elevations.

Objectives:

  • Learn to draw elevations specifically for large building size
  • Learn to use coursing and modular control of exterior materials
  • Learn use of decorative objects for building design representation
  • Learn to use non-standard windows and doors

Draw door and room finish schedules.

Objectives:

  • Learn to draw door and room finish schedules
  • Learn to designate doors and relationship to information needed for door description
  • Learn to designate room and relate information needed to describe room finishes and additional information.
  • Learn to select doors and finishes based on use, building code and fire safety

Draw on any medium and may use either manual drafting or CAD.

Objectives:

  • Learn methods used to translate information both manually and on cad for different scales
  • Learn importance of layering, color and adjustments to views in CAD
  • Learn to use special features of CAD processing for doors and room finishes
  • Learn coordination of drawing title blocks using CAD to develop block and either drawing method
  • Learn additional characteristics for plotter configuration to vary drawing plot size