Whether you are a carpenter, HVAC installer, electrician or general contractor, you must be able to understand construction drawings. An ability to efficiently locate information in different parts of a drawing, and effectively cross-reference information between drawings, can mean the difference between a successful construction project or one plagued by costly mistakes and delays. Understanding Construction Drawings for Housing and Small Buildings is the first Canadian textbook designed to help students learn to read the drawings that are used to communicate information about buildings.a. whether the switches are operated from more than one location b. the type of wiring used c. the loading on individual ... require ______. a. two 2 way switches b. two 3 way switches c. one 3 way and one 4 way switch d. one 2 way switch 11.
|Title||:||Understanding Construction Drawings for Housing and Small Buildings|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2011-03-14|