BUILDING PLANS

Building plans are a graphical representation of what a building will look like after construction. They are used by builders and contractors to construct buildings of all kinds. Building plans are also useful when it comes to estimating how much a project will cost, and preparing project budgets.

TYPES OF BUILDING PLANS DRAWINGS

The creation of a set of building plans starts when an owner or developer approaches an architect with an idea for a new building, considering the detailing and complexity of a project, for the easy understanding and smooth working of construction process.

Site Plan

Site plan is comprehensive detailed drawing of the building or an apartment representing whole plan of a building. It shows property boundaries and means of access to the site, and nearby structures if they are relevant to the design.

Floor Plan

A plan means, top view of any building or object. Floor plan is the most fundamental architectural diagram, a view from above showing the arrangement of spaces in building in the same way as a map.

Elevation

An elevation drawing is an orthographic projection drawing that shows one side of the house. The purpose of an elevation drawing is to show the finished appearance of a given side of the house and furnish vertical height dimensions.

Landscape  Plan

Once the building plans have been finalized, they are put out for bid. During the bidding process, contractors and subcontractors review the plans and submit their price to complete the work.

STAGES OF THE BUILDING PROCESS

Building design and construction process — step by step

1

Site
Analysis

2

Zoning
Analysis

3

Project
Scheduled

4

Project
Team