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Chapter 5

TermDefinition
Civil plans work done involving in or on earth
structural plans materials used for walls
Legend defines symbols used on mechanical plan
Specifications clarifies information that cannot be shown on drawings
Request for Information(RFI) used to clarify any discrepancies in the plans
Title block supplies information about the structure
Sheet title identifies the project
Architect's scale used to develop floor plans
Break lines show where an object has been broken off to save space on the drawing
Key notes numbers or letters usually a square or circle with a leader or arrowhead to identify specific object
Grid Line system helps in locating certain points on the plan
letter I,O,Q and number 1,0 Certain letters and numbers omitted to avoid confusion
Dimensions measurement written as a number
near the middle of the dimension line the number of a dimension is usually located where
Engineer's scale used to develop site(civil) plans
Created by: Leyiah_35