Sketch plan

Sketch plan

A freehand sketch of a floor plan of an existing building done as part of site investigation for restoration or renovation, to be translated later into a measured drawing and incorporated into the contract documents.
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To this end, the Client will provide a binding sketch plan and quality plan.
Katherine's top tips include: Draw a rough sketch plan and incorporate everything you want from your garden - patio area, vegetable patch, play area, grassed area, storage etc.
He even drew a sketch plan of room No 4, showing the position of the body.
A sketch plan from 1755 and aerial photographs taken in the 1940s are among the faded records used to design the ambitious restoration scheme on the Blagdon Estate near Stannington, home of the Ridley family for generations.
12) In his 1928 letter to Mrs Van der Does de Willebois, Maclaine Pont describes his sketch plan of the excavated trenches as follows:
It includes a step-by-step guide on what to do in the event of an accident, an accident report form that includes a sketch plan so you can draw details of accident and a "details exchange card'.
All of these are supposed to take from the original part sketch the information like: sketch plan coordinates, the axis directions, the geometry, the value attributed to each object, constrains between witch objects and value if necessary, to export them to another IDS.
Wentworth's undiscriminating conflation of military and civil inventiveness is problematic: To show an aerial photo of World War I "experimental trenches" next to Joseph Paxton's sketch plan of the Crystal Palace, for example, is to invite an understanding of warfare as just another instance of good old human ingenuity coming to the fore.
The qualified consultants will work on a contract basis for Teton County to prepare Environmental Analyses (EA) for Sketch Plan, Development Plan, Conditional Use Permits, Special Use Permits and Planned Use Developments applications.
A sketch plan indicates that the driver was approaching a left-hand hairpin but continued in a straight line off the edge of the highway and down into a ravine.
Discrete choice models, regional travel models, sketch plan methods, facility demand potential, bicycle compatibility measures, and geographic information systems are among the methods and tools described.