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Also commonly referred to as a “site plan,” a plot plan is a bird’s eye view diagram showing buildings, landscape features, utilities, roads, and other equipment within a given area. These drawings are typically used to plan for new construction and verify or resolve any conflicts with existing property features.
Often referred to as a “floor plan”, these drawings provide for the layout of a residential home, showing the orientation and dimension of rooms, hallways, stairwells, cabinetry, doors, windows, and other features. Residential floor plans may also include fixed items such as heating and cooling equipment, electrical, or plumbing fixtures.
Commercial Building Plans
Layout and plan view drawings for commercial buildings showing dimensions of rooms, hallways, lobbies, and shared break spaces. Plans can detail a range of commercial uses including office or retail space, manufacturing or freight handling facilities, or large scale residential communities.
Design and decoration of the interior of a room or building. An interior design for a space can encompass a broad range of materials, colors, and furniture, floor and window treatments, to make the room match a desired feel or presentation.
Cost estimating includes quantifying of materials, and approximation of manpower, equipment, and other resources required to complete a building.
Green Building, LEED & Sustainable Design
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a guideline and rating system for the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of green buildings. These buildings are designed to provide a low impact on their surrounding s by utilizing re-used or recycled building materials, building methods with a low carbon footprint, or systems that use less energy once the building is occupied.
CAD & BIM
Computer Aided Design (CAD) drafting and Building Information Modeling (BIM) are programs used to electronically draw, modify, dimension, and produce a set of plans for a project, and to render three dimensional (3D) models. What was once drafted by hand on a set of blue prints, CAD and BIM technology are able to produce and plot so that construction or production of a product can be planned, refined, reviewed, and built.
Energy Management Solutions and Renewable Energy
Professionals in this category specialize in providing solutions, products, or strategies focused on helping their clients reduce their energy demand, plan for reducing cost, or become more self-sufficient through the use of renewable energy sources.