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Carpentry Architectural Plans And Building Codes

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1. An area near a fireplace - usually paved and extending out into a room - around which a wood floor installation must be framed.






2. External water faucets of a building.






3. Ruler used to area and read measurements in various proportions and scale.


4. Informational chart found on a set of prints providing pertinent information on doors of the building.






5. A reference point for determining elevators during the construction of a building.






6. Drawings that give information about the locations - size - and kind of windows to be installed in the building.






7. Plastic sheet to prevent moisture from penetrating the building surface.






8. Horizontal finish members in a staircase on which the feet of a person ascending or descending the stairs are placed.






9. A framework containing small lights of glass placed on one or both sides of the entrance door.






10. An opening for ventilation consisting of horizontal slats installed at an angle to exclude rain - light - and vision - but to allow the passage of air.






11. A drawing showing a close-up or zoomed-in view of part of another drawing.






12. Doors that are hinged to each other in pairs as well as one being hinged to the jamb.






13. Horizontal finish members in a staircase on which the feet of a person ascending or descending the stairs are placed.






14. Vertical members that enclose the space between treads.






15. An indentation in a foundation wall where a girder rests.






16. An indentation in a foundation wall where a girder rests.






17. A type of exterior door in which the doors are opened by sliding the panels along a track horizontally.






18. A window in which two sashes slide vertical by each other.






19. See National building Codes.






20. Keep buildings of similar size and purpose in areas for which the have been planned.






21. Term used to describe buildings that do not fit the local zoning laws.






22. An interior wall separating one portion of a building from another.






23. A drawing in which the height of the structure or object is shown; also the height of a specific point in relation to another point.






24. Doors that are hinged to each other in pairs as well as one being hinged to the jamb.






25. A type of window in which the sash is hinged at the edge and usually swings outward.






26. Mark on a plot plan indication the start point for laying out the lot. Usually a large object that is unlikely to move during construction such as a large rock or tree is used.






27. Boundaries established by distances and compass directions.






28. An engineered assembly of wood or wood and metal members used to support roofs or floors.






29. Informational chart found on a set of prints providing pertinent information on doors of the building.






30. Distance buildings must be kept from the property lines.






31. Multiple drawings.






32. Attic access or drain through a parapet wall.






33. Molding used to trim around doors - windows - and other openings.






34. External water faucets of a building.






35. Building plan that shows a cross-section of the building as if it were sliced to reveal its skeleton.






36. The proportional reduction of each line in a drawing of a building that clearly shows the information and can be handled conveniently.






37. A door that slides sideways into the interior of a partition; when opened - only the lockedge of the door is visible.






38. The proportional reduction of each line in a drawing of a building that clearly shows the information and can be handled conveniently.






39. Doors - usually two for a single opening - that are mounted on rollers and tracks so that they slide by each other.






40. A solid concrete building base used instead of a foundation because it saves on material and labor.






41. A detailed description of the land surface.






42. Below-grade - walled area around basement windows.






43. A drawing showing a birds eye view of the lot - position of the building - and other pertinent information; also called site plan.






44. A drawing in which the height of the structure or object is shown; also the height of a specific point in relation to another point.






45. Areas of a building site devoted to natural vegetation.






46. The surface area of a structural member where weight of load is transferred.






47. An engineered assembly of wood or wood and metal members used to support roofs or floors.






48. Mark on a plot plan indication the start point for laying out the lot. Usually a large object that is unlikely to move during construction such as a large rock or tree is used.






49. A drawing showing a close-up or zoomed-in view of part of another drawing.






50. A person who writes supplemental information for construction projects to include any information that cannot be communicated in drawings or schedules.