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Electrical & Plumbing Drawing

An electrical drawing, is a type of technical drawing that shows information about power, lighting, and communication for an engineering or architectural project. Any electrical working drawing consists of "lines, symbols, dimensions, and notations to accurately convey an engineering's design to the workers, A complete set of working drawings for the average electrical system in large projects usually consists of:

  • A plot plan showing the building's location and outside electrical wiring
  • Floor plans showing the location of electrical systems on every floor
  • Power-riser diagrams showing panel boards
  • Control wiring diagrams
  • Schedules and other information in combination with construction drawings.
  • A plumbing drawing, a type of technical drawing, shows the system of piping for fresh water going into the building and waste going out, both solid and liquid. It also includes fuel gas drawings. Mainly plumbing drawing consist of Water supply system drawings, Drainage system drawings, Irrigation system drawings, Storm water system drawings. In water supply system drawing there will be hot water piping and cold water piping and hot water return piping also. In drainage system drawings there will be waste piping , Soil piping and vent piping. The set of drawing of each system like water supply , drainage etc is consist of Plans, Riser diagram, Installation details, Legends, Notes. Every pipes should me marked with pipe sizes. If the drawing is detailed , fixture units also should be marked along with the pipe. If it is shop drawing, sections also should be shown where there pipes are crossing. In shop drawings pipe sizes should be marked with the text and size should be shown with double line. Each pipes with different purposes will be displayed with different colors for ease of understanding. Drainage pipes should be shown with slope. For water supply , pump capacity and number of pumps will be attached as drawing file. For drainage, manhole schedule which consist of each manhole name, Invert level, Cover level , Depth are also attached as drawing file.

    Approval Drawing

    As per the Govt Norms - Regularisation of Plot is of two stages. In the first stage, the layout is to be regularised by CMDA/LPA/Regional Deputy Directors, of Town and Country Planning Department concerned who will examine and issue an in-principle approved layout framework plan to the concerned local body. In the second stage, the local body concerned will issue regularisation order and regularisation plan for the plot as per the in-principle approved layout framework plan.

    Structural Drawing

    A structural drawing, a type of Engineering drawing, is a plan or set of plans for how a building or other structure will be built. Structural drawings are generally prepared by registered professional structural engineers, and informed by architectural drawings. They are primarily concerned with the load-carrying members of a structure. They outline the size and types of materials to be used, as well as the general demands for connections. They do not address architectural details like surface finishes, partition walls, or mechanical systems. The structural drawings communicate the design of the building's structure to the building authority to review.


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