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ARC 124 - Arch Residential Drafting II

Credits: 3
Lecture Hours: 1
Lab Hours: 4
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: General
This course will apply practical application of the basic skills of drafting involving the mechanics and the necessary thought process in the development of residential construction documents.
Prerequisite:    with a C or better.
Prerequisite OR Corequisite:    or Instructor Approval.
Competencies
  1. Construct an architectural Typical Wall Section
    1. Explain purpose of Wall Sections
    2. Discriminate an appropriate location of a Typical Wall Section
    3. Interpolate from established views to produce appropriate Typical Wall Section for the assigned residential project to prescribed standards
    4. Choose sheet placement and appropriate scale
    5. Establish dimensions and annotation for Wall Section per prescribed standards
  2. Compose an architectural Stair Section
    1. Summarize purpose of Stair Sections
    2. Distinguish an appropriate location and direction of the Stair Section
    3. Predict construction materials and assemblies used in project to determine construction of stair
    4. Select sheet placement and appropriate scales
    5. Produce dimensions and annotation for Stair Section using prescribed standards
  3. Create architectural Window Details, including Head, Jamb and Sill details
    1. Examine purpose of Window Details
    2. Select appropriate location of the window for these details
    3. Determine known construction materials and assemblies used in project to determine construction around window
    4. Discuss and select sheet placement and appropriate scales
    5. Prepare dimensions and annotation for Window Details per prescribed standards
    6. Use manufacturer’s provided CAD symbols to represent window profiles
  4. Generate Construction Details
    1. Discuss purpose of Construction Details
    2. Select appropriate location and direction of Construction Details
    3. Compare known construction materials and assemblies used in the project to determine construction used in detailed areas
    4. Discuss sheet placement and appropriate scales
    5. Delineate proper dimensions and annotation for the Construction Details per prescribed standards
  5. Formulate Interior Elevations
    1. Discuss purpose of Interior Elevations
    2. Select appropriate locations of the Interior Elevations
    3. Characterize known construction materials, products and assemblies used in project to determine Interior Elevation elements
    4. Review and establish sheet placement and appropriate scales
    5. Produce appropriate dimensions and annotation for Interior Elevations per prescribed standards



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