If you work in the AEC industry, then you must have heard the terms ‘construction drawings’,’shop drawings’ and ‘as-built drawings’ quite often.
After looming in uncertainty for the first quarter of 2020, the millwork woodworking industry is finally getting a grip. The novel coronavirus pandemic was the catalyst for this change.
Building codes are a set of rules or guidelines specifying the minimum levels of safety in buildings. It is imperative to be familiar with them for architectural construction drawings.
Earthquake engineering, or seismic retrofitting, is the construction or modification of buildings to make them resistant to seismic activity, soil failure, and ground motion.
The pen is mightier than the sword – and the computer program is mightier than the pen.
CAD, or Computer Aided Design, is now a mainstay
Have you ever noticed that a little thing such as repositioning your couch, hanging new curtains, or changing the cushion covers brightens up your entire room?
When people first started working with Revit, many thought it would be hard to create 2D drawings in this software because Revit is primarily a 3D tool.
What’s the bridge between a nebulous conceptual design and a finished structure?