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1 Miscellaneous Details

2 u May have special or unusual conditions –inside or outside structure u Approach same as before –analysis of how specific detail is to be assembled –appropriate scale selection, size to area to draft and size of detail required to show parts adequately –use good line value and drafting technique –appropriate callout of members

3 Miscellaneous Details u Miscellaneous topics include –Roman Tub –Retaining Walls –Basement Wall –Party Wall –Two-Hour Separation Wall –Fence –Trellis –Lighting Details –Skylights –Facilities for Handicapped

4 Roman Tub Pictorial u A job-built bathtub

5 Roman Tub Detail Section Waterproofing of most importance vapor barrier concrete shell waterproof membrane lining wire reinforcing cement mortar ceramic tile

6 Retaining Walls u Wall designed to hold back dirt usually at level changes –Typically poured concrete or concrete block –Other material also »stone, railroad ties u Items to note –footing –keyway –reinforcement –drain pipe

7 Basement Wall Pictorial u essentially a retaining wall u waterproofing –waterproof membrane –water-repellent admixtures u drain tile for water drainage

8 Basement Wall Detail

9 Wall Construction u Furred wall--concrete or masonry u Interior partition wall u Sound wall partition u Party wall u Two-hour separation wall

10 Furred Wall u Covering for Concrete or Masonry u Metal studs (shown) but also wood furring strips u 1/2” or 5/8” GB

11 Interior Partition u Considered to be non-bearing u Wood or metal studs u Insulation optional u 1/2” or 5/8” GB

12 Sound Wall u Resilient clips u 5/8” GB both sides u Several stud configurations u Insulation required

13 Party Wall Pictorial u Wall between tenants in multi- housing project –soundproofing important for party wall

14 Party Wall Detail Items to include in detail:  two stud walls w/ insulation  1” air space separation  1/2” gypsum board  1x4 fire blocking

15 Two-Hour Separation Wall u Fire resistant wall in office or apartment complex –similar to party wall –use of fire resistant sheetrock »type “x” 2 layers 5/8”each wall side

16 Two-Hour Separation Wall Detail Two layers of 5/8” type “X” sheet rock laid in horizontal and vertical directions to meet requirements Firestop required between air separation of walls

17 Fence u Used for privacy or to hide items in an enclosure –trash area –bicycles, tricycles, 3- wheelers, snow- machines & misc. parking

18 Fence Detail Design to withstand lateral forces such as wind Also wood type selection important redwoods cedars

19 Trellis u Used to provide shade over a deck, etc. –Concerned with providing lateral stability in both vertical and horizontal directions

20 Trellis Detail Use materials to withstand the weather, usually redwoods or cedars Use bolts rather than screws for attachment of members

21 Lighting Details u commonly part of the building design u using recommended lighting standards u designs may include –luminous ceiling –lighting soffits

22 Luminous Ceilings Pictorial u generally flush with ceiling u recommended 12” minimum recess area

23 Luminous Ceilings Detail

24 Lighting Soffit Pictorial u generally below ceiling u usually over countertop or fixed table

25 Lighting Soffit Detail Access to lights for replacement required Be sure light lenses covers counter space

26 Skylights u Generally select manufacturer’s skylight u Important to show –connection details –waterproofing & flashing

27 Facilities for the Handicapped u Usually established & required by code u Provisions and design considerations for the handicapped individual are: –door sizes to accommodate wheelchairs –appropriate lavatory facilities –ramp slopes, dropped curb and access walks –handrail designs –stair treads and nosing design –openings on floor or ground levels (gratings)

28 Facilities for the Handicapped u Door sizes to accommodate wheelchairs

29 Planning Restricted Spaces

30 Facilities for the Handicapped u Appropriate lavatory facilities u Established by American Disability Act (ADA)

31 Facilities for the Handicapped u Vertical design dimension critical in planning, codes vary and may change from project type

32 Facilities for the Handicapped u Telephone Booths and Drinking Fountains

33 Facilities for the Handicapped u Requirements for ramp slopes, dropped curb & access walks

34 Plan Layout of Parking/Curb Design

35 Facilities for the Handicapped u Stair design acceptable vs. unacceptable

36 Facilities for the Handicapped u Handrail design

37 Facilities for the Handicapped u Opening requirements on floor/ground, such as gratings

38 Drafting Example Skylight Detail 6” = 1’-0” (changes) 1--2x6 curb GA GI Flashing 3--50# roofing paper(felt) 4--5 Ply built-up roof 5--1/2” CDX plywood sheathing 6--2x8 24” OC and Headers 7--Cant strip from 4x4 8--1/2” Gypsum board 9--2’-0” Rough Opening


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