Technical Guidance Note 31 Level 1 - Drawing nomenclature (PDF)

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This Technical Guidance Note describes the basic knowledge required to read drawings that are produced by structural engineers.

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Technical Guidance Note 31 Level 1 - Drawing nomenclature (PDF)

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The reading of drawings is a much underrated skill. The sole purpose of the nomenclature is to convey information so that a structure can be designed, measured and constructed. This is fundamental to every drawing produced by a structural engineer, be it a simple sketch in an email or an A0 sized General Arrangement drawing. This note explains the symbols and nomenclature used and also the relationship these have with drawings produced by other members of the design team and/or sub-contractors. It has been written with bias towards building structures and therefore the contractual responsibilities highlighted, reflect this.

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Format PDF
Number of pages 4
Publication date September 2013
Publisher IStructE Ltd