A method of copying architectural drawings. Can also refer to the drawings themselves.
Reproductions of original construction documents that produce blue/black lines on a white background. They are generally very detailed, are used to gain a building permit from the local municipal building department, your HOAâ€™s Architectural review committee and by the builder to build your home. Multiple copies are needed.
Architectural plans for a building or construction project, which likely include floor plans, footing and foundation plans, elevations, plot plans, and various schedules and or details.
A type of copying method often used for architectural drawings. Usually used to describe the drawing of a structure which is prepared by an architect or designer for the purpose of design and planning, estimating, securing permits and actual construction. Also called Blue Lines.
Professional plans for a building or construction project.