PCC/ CCOG / ARCH

Course Content and Outcome Guide for ARCH 203

Course Number:
ARCH 203
Course Title:
Residential Renovation Studio
Credit Hours:
6
Lecture Hours:
20
Lecture/Lab Hours:
0
Lab Hours:
120
Special Fee:
$36.00

Course Description

Covers "as built" drawings, design and construction documents for a residential remodel/addition. Audit available.

Addendum to Course Description

This course is required for an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Architectural Design and Drafting.

 

Transferability of credit depends entirely upon the institu­tion to which the student wishes to transfer.

Students must be capable of reading and communicating in the English language and may be required to pass a listening competency test administered by the department.

Students who have a documented disability and require a classroom adjustment or accommodation should contact Disability Services www.pcc.edu/disability and provide the Approved Academic Accommodations letter to the Instructor.

Intended Outcomes for the course

Ø Draw €œas built€ drawings of an existing residence based on measured and recorded conditions.
Ø Define a project program based on site analysis and client interview for an addition/remodel to an existing residence
and draw schematic design drawings to communicate solution to client.
Ø Create a set of construction documents including structural analysis and design of structural system for a new addition/remodel.

Outcome Assessment Strategies

  • Participation in studio work sessions, class discussions and critiques
  • Proper and timely completion of class projects, which demonstrate effective use of knowledge
  • Evaluation procedures will be presented at the first class meeting.
  • Student grades will be based on satisfactory com­ple­tion of assigned projects.

Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)

Themes, Concepts, and Issues:

This is a studio-based class: assignments, discussions, and seminars will take place in class, and attendance is expected. Assignments will revolve around studio exercises, discussions, out of class assignments and critical reviews.

 AS BUILT DRAWINGS

  • Working as a Team
  • Collecting Data
  • Constructing Floor plans, Elevations, Sections, Site plans from collected Data

 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS


 Floor Plans

o      Required Elements, symbols and line work

o      Dimensioning

o      Window and Door schedules

o      Electrical schematics

o      Annotation

Foundation/ Floor Framing Plans

o  Required Elements", symbols and line work
o  Dimensioning

o      Structural System

o      Annotation

o      Roof Framing Plan

o      Required Elements, symbols and line work

o      Structural system

o      Annotation

Building Sections

o      Required Elements, symbols and line work

o      Methods to choose Location of Building Sections

o      Dimensioning

o      Communicating Structural System

o      Annotation

Elevations

o      Required Elements, symbols and line work

o      Dimensioning

o      Annotation

Details

o      Required Elements, symbols and line work

o      Methods to choose required details

o      Graphic depiction of Construction Materials

o      Dimensioning

o      Annotation

Site Plan

o      Required Elements, symbols and line work

o      Dimensioning

o      Local Zoning requirements

o      Annotation