framing plan

framing plan

[′frām·iŋ ‚plan]
(naval architecture)
A diagram showing positions and type of construction of the framing members of a ship.

framing plan

A plan of each floor of a building showing the makeup of beams and girders on that floor, and their connections, using a simplified system of symbols and drafting linework.
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To score any points in the category, a detailed framing plan becomes part of the drawing package and includes specific lengths of lumber along with a detailed cut list and lumber order.
Crossframe spacing is another important aspect of developing an economical framing plan. The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Standard Specification suggests a maximum crossframe spacing of 25 feet.
Consider hiring an architect to draw up a foundation and framing plan and calculate the necessary sizes and strengths of posts, beams, floor joists, rafters and piers.
The resulting framing plan provided a short deck overhang and reasonable interior deck spans.
If you want to learn even more about the house--and see the earlier stories we did about the framing plan and HVAC--go to www.builderonline.com/homelink2002.
She made a rough sketch of the framing plan for the walls, then assembled the walls, using the subfloor as a platform, sliding each wall off the edge to make room for the next.
SoftPlan "builds" the house from the ground up, so you next create the floor joist framing plan with sill plates, ring joists, and any floor level changes or concrete slabs.
It will be used to support policy makers in framing plans to pursue sustainable policies, said Hamdan Al Shaer, Head of the Environment Department, Dubai Municipality.
"We'll be looking at framing plans so every woman who has a crisis pregnancy will know where to get help.
The Wood-E CAD 2000 OEM is a robust, stand-alone CAD package powered by Autodesk's 2000i OEM engine and allows LP distribution partners to affordably create framing plans and details.