The application project is the stage that comes right after the architectural design process. At this stage, you will see that your project, which you have spent long hours and drawn, has come to life. Generally, this is the demanding and challenging phase.
Application projects are where you need to make as few mistakes as possible. Because even your smallest mistake will return to you as a waste of time and money, for this reason, there are drawings that you should prepare in advance for the application project in order not to disrupt the work schedule of the construction site. Here are some drawings you should prepare for a smooth application project.
New Design Plan
If you want a smooth implementation project, make sure you have a few copies of the new design plan on site. Let these plans be clear, simple, readable, but measured in detail. In short, make sure that the project you leave at the construction site has an answer to every question that comes to mind.
If you are doing a renovation project, you need a demolition plan. When we say demolition here, we are talking about all kinds of dismantling processes on the construction site. You should demolish the walls, dismantle the cabinets, replace the bench, etc., as you need to show every detail in the destruction plan.
For the implementation project, there must be a walling plan in addition to the destruction plan. Thus, site workers can easily see the changes made by comparing the two projects.
The ceiling plan is indispensable for an application project. Especially if there are application details on the ceiling, you should take this place’s plan to the construction site. You should bring every list for the implementation project to the construction site.
Suppose the ceiling is essential but not the floor! It is necessary to draw the floor plan for application projects. If possible, you should write the used material and size on the plan. Besides, to facilitate the application project, you should specify the flooring material’s starting direction in the ground plan. Finally, if you can select the drain’s location and angle in places such as bathrooms, you can do a healthier application project.
Those plans should be neat and legible. You should make the necessary dimensions on them during the application. Finally, of course, under the plans, you should write which element belongs to what plan. In this way, you can avoid much confusion.
Of course, no one expects you to draw up the electricity plan as an architect in the application project. However, you can draw the lighting plan. Thus, workers can complete the electrical work following the lighting outlet points you specify.
Just like the lighting plan, you can determine the socket plan. While the completed electrical work, workers can follow your project and make a line accordingly.
One of the essential elements of the application project is the plan drawings of unique production elements. Those drawings should include the details of joints and all kinds of dimensions for this element. Also, if there is a predetermined color, you should send the RAL code to the manufacturer.