LEARN TO READ & UNDERSTAND CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS, HOW TO READ FLOOR PLANS, LESSON #5



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In this video number 5 for the series, I review how to read floor plans and the information found on a residential basement plan for the Doncaster model discussed in previous videos (sink links below and review my playlists on my channel). Topics include symbols, hatchings, section details, line types, beam identification, joist runs and more.

I reference my textbook Understanding Construction Drawings for Housing and Small Buildings by Tom Stephenson, It can be purchased on Amazon.

If you wish to see the other videos in this series review my playlists on my channel, click subscribe and the notification icon. If you have questions leave them in the comments section and have a wonderful day!

Print Reading, Understanding Construction Drawings Video Series
Lesson 1 Site Plans Doncaster Lot 61 ` https://youtu.be/gm1VPqa-dRk
Lesson 2 Site Plans Whittington https://youtu.be/xvgacgEMEpE
Lesson 3 Commercial Site Plans https://youtu.be/cofBLQu_2hY
Lesson 4 Elevation Drawings Doncaster https://youtu.be/1voEqT-xzr0

Tom Stephenson is a national award-winning professor (George Brown College, University of Toronto) and best-selling author whose background in education spans nearly three decades. His diverse teaching disciplines include construction project management, business management, human resource management, architecture, carpentry, and brick and stone masonry. As a dual-professional, Tom is called upon by industry leaders to translate knowledge, reinvigorate corporate culture, and inspire innovation in emerging and established companies across Canada. Before breaking into the academic realm, Tom acquired more than a decade of practical project-management experience, operating a mid-sized Toronto-based general contracting firm. He is also the author of the newly released Planning, Scheduling, and Control of Construction Projects with American Technical Publishers and the four best-selling editions of Understanding Construction Drawings for Housing and Small Buildings with Nelson Publishing Canada. Tom most recently received the Toronto Construction Associations' 2020 Chancellor’s Award for “helping his peers become more ethical, knowledgeable and professional.” A champion of change management, Tom takes pride in helping students and businesses navigate uncharted territories, take calculated risks and rise above the status quo. Some of the companies he’s worked with include Mattamy Homes, EllisDon, BIRD Construction, MCA, Maple Reinders, and Tucker HiRise, University of Toronto Project Managers.
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