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Mechanical Floor Plan

The cover sheet for mechanical drawings should contain appropriate notes, legends (chart or table of symbols and abbreviations), and details. The mechanical plan specifies the design of or the modifications to the mechanical system, ductwork layout and dimensions, mechanical equipment location, damper locations, design air-delivery rates, diffuser locations, thermostat locations, and supplemental cooling systems if required. Mechanical plans are normally identified as M-1, M-2, M-3, etc. Some consultants prefer the heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning drawings, commonly referred to as the HVAC drawings, (Consequently FBC 2020 Mechanical 7th Edition).

Electrical Floor Plan

The electrical house plan is one of the most critical construction plans when building a new home or remodeling. It shows how electrical items and wires are connected, where lights, light switches, plugs, and appliances are located. A brilliant house electrical plan allows electrical engineers to install electronics correctly and quickly. (Consequently NEC & FBC 2020 7th Edition).

Plumbing Floor Plan

The plumbing plan is a drawing that shows the location of all the pipes and fittings in your plumbing system on your property. The plan will show fixtures, water supply lines, drain lines, vents, and other items. A plumbing plan can be used for many reasons, such as when you are replacing or adding new plumbing fixtures in an area of the home. (Consequently FBC 2020 Plumbing 7th Edition)

Reflected Ceiling Plan (RCP)

A Reflected Ceiling Plan is a plan of the ceiling within a space. This is drawn looking down as if there is a mirror on the floor reflecting the ceiling. The reflected ceiling plan is often referred to as an RCP. This architectural drawing will show things with light lighting, structure, ceiling heights, soffits, etc. (Consequently NEC & FBC 2020 7th Edition)