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A system which uses computer technology to help design a part, product or whole building Computer Aide Design (CAD)
A CAD system which is based upon single lines and flat objects, which when combined may produce an image of a 3-D object. This system does not have any mass producing properties to it. 3D Wireframe
A CAD system which is based upon the manipulation of basic three-dimensional geometric forms (prisms, cylinders, spheres, etc). 3-D dumb solids
A drawing carried out by the craftsman to aid the construction of certain tasks. e.g. Cut roofing, setting out stairs or profiles for archways. a setting out drawing
Gives the position of the proposed building and the general layout of the roads, services, drainage, etc on site. Site Plan
Block Plans and Site Plans are both examples of this classification of drawing. Location Drawing
Shows the basic sizes and reference system of a standard range of components. Component Range Drawing
Identifies the proposed site by giving a bird’s eye view of the site in relation to the surrounding area. Block Plan
A fixed datum point, provided by Ordnance Survey, from which levels can be taken. Ordinace Bench Mark (OBM)
A reference point on site to which all levels can be related. Site Datum Point
A document produced by the quantity surveyor. It gives a complete description of everything that is required to do the job. Bill of Quantities
A document used to record repeated design information that applies to a range of components or fittings. e.g. Doors, windows, ironmongery, sanitary ware, etc. Schedule
A document produced alongside plans and drawing to show information that cannot be shown on the drawings. Specification
Provides detailed information on products. Manufacturer's technical information
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