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ARC 134 - Commercial Architecture/BIM II

Credits: 3
Lecture Hours: 1
Lab Hours: 4
Practicum Hours: 0
Work Experience: 0
Course Type: General
Using the Building Information Modeling process to complete the development of a small commercial building.
Prerequisite:   with a C or better or Instructor Approval.
Competencies
  1. Produce Exterior Elevations
    1. Review previous exterior elevations to discuss standard appearance of exterior elevations for commercial structures
    2. Extrapolate exterior elevations, place them on appropriate sheets and dimension and annotate properly
    3. Modify exterior elevations using the Linework tool, Masking Regions, and Detail Lines to achieve the proper aesthetic of “high quality” exterior elevations
  2. Construct Floor slabs and roof slabs with proper delineation and annotation, as well as stairs and room tags
    1. Review previous roof plans to discuss the differences between residential roof construction and standard commercial roof construction
    2. Comprehend requirements for floor slabs, inclines, ramps, and entry mats
    3. Summarize the requirements and construction of low-slope roofs
    4. Describe Linework, Model Lines, Detail Lines, dimensions and annotation necessary to delineate Floor and Roof Plans
    5. Discuss Room Tags and necessary Room Separation Lines
  3. Generate Building Sections and Wall Sections
    1. Discuss requirements for commercial Building Sections (View Depth, Level of Detail, and 2D vs 3D element use)
    2. Generalize Building Section concepts relating to structure, professional aesthetic and detail levels
    3. Review previous Wall Sections to discuss the differences between residential and commercial wall construction techniques, materials and how these differences are shown in the drawings
    4. Interpret resources to properly annotate Wall Sections
  4. Delineate Construction Details
    1. Review previous Construction Details to discuss differences in building materials and techniques between residential and commercial assemblies
    2. Locate Construction Details at predetermined assembly locations from the 3D computer model and provided examples using “Live” Views, Drafting Views, and AutoCAD file imports
    3. Discuss Import Line weight translation table setup and loading
  5. Produce Interior Elevations
    1. Review previous Interior Elevations to discuss differences between residential and commercial Interior Elevation representation
    2. Locate Interior Elevations and discuss professional aesthetic, detail levels, appropriate dimensions, linework, and annotation
    3. Discuss Interior Elevation annotation marks and their placement in Plan views



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