Working Drawings

Example Definitions of "Working Drawings"
Working Drawings. All working construction plans, specifications and drawings required for the construction of the Project
Working Drawings. Fully dimensioned architectural construction drawings and specifications, and any required engineering drawings (including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, air-conditioning, ventilation and heating), and shall include any applicable items described above for the Space Plan, and if applicable: (1) electrical outlet locations, circuits and anticipated usage therefor, (2) reflected ceiling plan, including lighting, switching and any special ceding specifications, (3) duct locations for heating,... ventilating and air-conditioning equipment, (4) details of all millwork, (5) dimensions of all equipment and cabinets to be built in, (6) furniture plan showing details of space occupancy, (7) keying schedule, (8) lighting arrangement, (9) location of print machines, equipment in lunch rooms, concentrated file and library loadings and any other equipment or systems (with brand names wherever possible) which require special consideration relative to air-conditioning, ventilation, electrical, plumbing, structural, fire protection, life-fire-safety system, or mechanical systems, (10) special heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment and requirements, (11) weight and location of heavy equipment, and anticipated loads for special usage rooms, (12) demolition plan, (13) partition construction plan, (14) type and color of floor and wall-coverings, wall paint and any other finishes, and any other details or features required to completely delineate the Work to be performed. View More
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