Class I I
Materials for cost.
Materials for style
Materials for safety.
Flame rating system.
Steiner tunnel test.
Flooring radiant panel test.
Offer the designer the opportunity to reconsider the design intent.
Allow the contractor to make substitutions.
Illustrate specific situations or details of the project.
Respond to plan check corrections.
Create preliminary design decisions for client review.
Prepare set of CD’s and FF&E package.
Locate contractors that can complete the work.
Finalize all schedules and specifications.
Inform your client that you will need to find a local workroom that will duplicate the furniture pieces from photos supplied to you from
Add an addendum to your contract stating you will not be held liable for any copyright infringements.
Inform your client that it is against the professional designer's code of ethics to plagiarize another designer's work.
Ask the vendors if they provide special discounts.
Untreated wood framing and 5/8" gypsum board
Steel framing and 5/8" gypsum board
Combustible framing with non-combustible materials applied to the framing
. Steel framing with 1/2" gypsum board
. Mandatory Measures Checklist
Shading Coefficient Worksheet
Energy Budget Point System
CEC system grid
Volatile organic compounds.
High-rise building project.
Scale and proportion.
Codes and adjacencies.
Furnishings and arrangements.
Relationships and design.
. 90 days
A 5-inch plate on the door
An automatic self-locking assembly
A bottom 10-inch smooth, uninterrupted surface
A factory with large quantities of flammable liquids
A theater with seating for more than 5,000 .
A maximum-security prison
A convalescent home
Gradation, repetition, transition, and progression.
Gradation, progression, repetition, and subordination.
Domination, gradation, transition, and progression.
Domination, subordination, repetition, and transition.