Answered By: Lauren Stara Last Updated: Dec 30, 2016 Views: 28
There are two different sizes of schematic design drawings that must be submitted:
- Regardless of the size of the original drawings, they must be reduced to 11" x 17", punched, folded and placed in the binder itself as part of Appendix O. These reductions must be included in all eight binders, including the "Original" binder.
- One set of larger drawings must be submitted with the "Original" binder only. In most cases, the original drawing format will be 30" x 40" -- these are unwieldy and we require half-size copies, or 15" x 22". For a few of your projects, the original drawing size is smaller -- 24" x 36". In these cases we want the full-size drawings. This is because half-size (12" x 18") is too small, and a reduction to 15" x 22" would result in drawings that are not to scale.
If your architect has additional questions about this, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org -- we would rather answer questions than receive incorrect submissions.