AEC stands for architecture, engineering, and construction. These are the three different facets of the industry that comprises the overall construction of the building. Forming a proper standard not only strengthens the process but also acts as a stepping stone towards the better execution of a project.

The architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry has long sought techniques to decrease project cost, increase productivity and quality, and reduce project delivery time. Building information modeling (BIM) offers the potential to achieve these objectives

The AEC maintains an impartial and independent electoral system for eligible voters through active electoral roll management, efficient delivery of polling services and targeted education and public awareness programs.

MEP stands for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing. MEP Drawings aid component vendors, equipment manufacturers, and suppliers in understanding the mechanical intricacies of a building under construction.

The MEP contractor is responsible for the installations and fabrication. This means that it’s the role of the contractor to do the detailing, fabrication, spatial coordination and installation on the 3D drawings.

This course will teach you

General Layout of Drawings

Architectural Drawings

Plan, Elevation, Section Views and Details

HVAC Mechanical Drawings

Understanding HVAC Symbols

Drawing Scales (How to Read Scales including Metric Scales)

Sheet Metal Shop Drawings

An Overview of AEC Drawings

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