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CADD-2 Lesson 12

Chap 31-33 & Site Plans

Footing Spreads the weight of a building and disperses it into the ground over a broad area.
Typical Scale of a Site Plan 1" = 40'-0"
Typical Scale of a Detail or Wall Section 1" = 1'-0"
Typical Turn Radius for a Driveway 12'-0"
Minimum Width of a Driveway 10'-0"
Fixed or static weights of the building itself such as the weights of roofing, foundation walls, siding, joists, etc. Dead Loads
Moving or fixed weights that are not structural elements of the house such as furniture, occupants, snow on the roof, wind, etc. Live Loads
The distance permitted from any building to the property lines. Setback
Rights of way across private land, such as for utility lines or roads. Easements
Combination of footings and a concrete block foundation wall that creates a crawl space. T-Foundation
Consists of reinforced concrete, usually 4" to 6" thick. Slab Foundation
Horizontal structural member that supports a floor or ceiling. Joist
Horizontal member that supports the weight of a floor joist. Girder
Vertical member used to support the span of a girder Pier Foundation
Formula to calculate the required number of foundation vents 1/150 sq. ft. of heated space
Conversion for sq. ft. to acres 43,560 sq. ft. = 1 Acre
The Plot plan is prepared by a licensed.... Legal Contract to the property. Surveyor
The combination of cement, sand, aggregate, and water is used to make.... Concrete
Another name for stone or gravel is known as... Aggregate
Identified with a special symbol on a plot plan where a property corner begins or ends is known as a... Benchmark or POB (Point of Beginning)
True North-South Line Meridian
Recorded in Degrees, Second, & Minutes identifying the angle of a property line. Bearing
Concrete slabs are normally placed on a base of compacted sand that is how many inches thick? 4 to 6 inches.
Foundation walls are normally the part of the house that extends from the ____. first floor to the footing.
Generally, how thick and wide should the footing be? The thickness should be the same as the foundation wall thickness and the width should be two times the foundation wall thickness.
The actual size of an 8 x 8 x 16 concrete block is ____ inches. This allows for the mortar joints when laying the block so that each course of block measures 8 x 16 when completed by the mason. 7–5/8 x 7–5/8 x 15–5/8
The standard procedure for dimensioning the location of a house on a site is to dimension ____ of the house from adjacent lot lines. one corner
According to your textbook what is the minimum amount of Crawl Space required when using a T-Foundation? (Note: Different than my standard) 18"
What is the most commonly used spacing for Floor Joist in a T-Foundation? 16" O.C.
Footings are represented on the foundation plan using... a hidden line.
Property lines define the site... boundaries.
Culdesac Turnaround Radius 45 ft.
Min. turn Radius of a Driveway for a side garage 15 ft.
Minimum width of a standard driveway 10 ft.
Turn radius of a U-shaped driveway 12 ft.
Created by: tmurphy
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