Figure 10-27.-Example of a window schedule.
marked with a
Letter D is a
number or numbers and letters.
common designation used for
doors (sometimes enclosed in a circle or
other shape). A WINDOW SCHEDULE (fig.
10-27) provides an organized presentation of
the significant window characteristics. Informa-
tion often includes the following: mark, window
required opening size, material
type, lintels, and remarks. Windows are often
marked with letters or letters with numbers.
Letter W is used most commonly for window
schedules. A MATERIAL FINISH SCHEDULE
(fig. 10-28) may include the following: room
material finish for floors, walls,
base, and remarks. Where several rooms in
a row have identical finish, a common practice
is to use the ditto mark (´´) or initials DO.
of a material finish schedule.
It is essential that you take care when making
changes in the material finish used in a particular
room, as changes you make will greatly affect
other rooms below it. Errors are less likely to
occur and revisions will be easier to handle when
each space in the schedule is lettered individually.
Remember, whenever possible, place all of the
schedules on the same sheet as their respective
drawings on the building.
BILL OF MATERIALS
A BILL OF MATERIALS (BM) is a tabular
statement of material requirements for a given
project. It contains information, such as stock
numbers, unit of issue, quantity, line item