types of drawings required in a project

archdevil

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There are following types of drawings
Submission Drawings
An aSubmission drawing or architectural drawing is a technical drawing of a building (or any project) that falls within the definition of Design or architecture Design. Submission drawings are used by architects, Site Engineers or Supervisors and others for a number of purposes: to develop a design idea into a coherent proposal, to communicate ideas and concepts, to convince clients of the merits of a design, to enable a contractor to construct it, as a record of the completed work, and to make a record of a building that already exists.
Working Drawings
Drawing that is subject to clarifications but is complete with enough plan and section views (with dimensions, details, and notes) to enable the depicted item's construction or replication without additional information.
Structural Drawing
A structural drawing, a type of Engineering drawing, is a plan or set of plans for how a building or other structure will be built. Structural drawings are generally prepared by registered professional structural engineers, and informed by architectural drawings. They are primarily concerned with the load-carrying members of a structure. They outline the size and types of materials to be used, as well as the general demands for connections. They do not address architectural details like surface finishes, partition walls, or mechanical systems. The structural drawings communicate the design of the building's structure to the building authority to review. They are also become part of the contract documents which guide contractors in detailing, fabricating, and installing parts of the structure.
Shop Drawings
A shop drawing is a drawing or set of drawings produced by the contractor, supplier, manufacturer, subcontractor, or fabricator. Shop drawings are typically required for prefabricated components.
As Built Drawings
Revised set of drawing submitted by a contractor upon completion of a project or a particular job .Theyreflectall changes madein the specifications and working drawings during the construction process, and show the exact dimensions, geometry, and location of all elements of the work completed under the contract. Also called record drawings or just as-builts.
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There are following types of drawings
Submission Drawings
An aSubmission drawing or architectural drawing is a technical drawing of a building (or any project) that falls within the definition of Design or architecture Design. Submission drawings are used by architects, Site Engineers or Supervisors and others for a number of purposes: to develop a design idea into a coherent proposal, to communicate ideas and concepts, to convince clients of the merits of a design, to enable a contractor to construct it, as a record of the completed work, and to make a record of a building that already exists.
Working Drawings
Drawing that is subject to clarifications but is complete with enough plan and section views (with dimensions, details, and notes) to enable the depicted item's construction or replication without additional information.
Structural Drawing
A structural drawing, a type of Engineering drawing, is a plan or set of plans for how a building or other structure will be built. Structural drawings are generally prepared by registered professional structural engineers, and informed by architectural drawings. They are primarily concerned with the load-carrying members of a structure. They outline the size and types of materials to be used, as well as the general demands for connections. They do not address architectural details like surface finishes, partition walls, or mechanical systems. The structural drawings communicate the design of the building's structure to the building authority to review. They are also become part of the contract documents which guide contractors in detailing, fabricating, and installing parts of the structure.
Shop Drawings
A shop drawing is a drawing or set of drawings produced by the contractor, supplier, manufacturer, subcontractor, or fabricator. Shop drawings are typically required for prefabricated components.
As Built Drawings
Revised set of drawing submitted by a contractor upon completion of a project or a particular job .Theyreflectall changes madein the specifications and working drawings during the construction process, and show the exact dimensions, geometry, and location of all elements of the work completed under the contract. Also called record drawings or just as-builts.
find enclosed herewith a short presentation on the same/ drawing courtesy from various consultants
Outstanding Presentation archdevil !!!! Great information for young engineers who are just getting started working in a design office - Cheers!!!1