Builds upon the topics introduced in BLDC 1200/1205. Lecture topics include working drawing standards, roof construction, advanced (efficient) framing techniques, modified post and beam construction, straight and curved stairs, doors and windows. Students will be required to resolve and create working drawings for more complex wood frame construction such as intersecting roofs and stairs.
This course will run every Wednesday and alternating Fridays on the following dates: January 8 (Wednesday); January 15 (Wednesday); January 17 (Friday); January 22 (Wednesday); January 29 (Wednesday); January 31 (Friday); February 5 (Wednesday); February 12 (Wednesday); February 14 (Friday); February 19 (Wednesday); February 26 (Wednesday); February 28 (Friday); March 4 (Wednesday); March 11 (Wednesday) March 13 (Friday); March 18 (Wednesday); March 25 (Wednesday); March 27 (Friday).
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Identify architectural working drawing requirements.
Produce an accurate geometric layout for a complex roof design.
Resolve and draw roofing details incorporating natural ventilation, thermal requirements and structural adequacy.
Design and detail an interior wood frame stair while resolving the structure of the floor opening, stringers, landing and handrail details.
Implement BC Building Code requirements.
Application of all of the above using proper building construction practices.
Effective as of Spring/Summer 2012
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