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. Prerequisites: ARCH 101, ARCH 111, ARCH 113, ARCH 122, ARCH 124, ARCH 132, and ARCH 136. Prerequisites/concurrent: ART 215. 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