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  • 1. Types of construction drawing: 1. Architectural drawing This type of drawing gives a complete view of building. It describes the location of a building and where to place every parts of building etc. It holds many other drawing sheets of different names. Such as plan, elevation, section etc. Example:
  • 2. 2. Structural drawing It explains everything about structure such as strength of different part of structure, structural material, placement, grade and size of reinforcement etc. It also contains many other different named drawing sheets inside it.
  • 3. 3. Plumbing and sanitary drawing This type of drawings show the location of sanitary and water supply piping and fixture and how to connect every fixture etc.
  • 4. 4. Electrical drawing This kind of drawings describe the location and details of electrical wiring, fixtures and sub-station etc. It also shows the electrical load calculation.
  • 5. 5. As-built drawing Architectural drawings that reflect changes made during the construction process, recording differences between the original design and the completed structure. As-built drawings are based on design drawings used during construction, where measured drawings are usually made long after construction is completed and no design drawings exist.