DRAWING COORDINATION CHECK LIST

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The following questions are representative of the type of inquiries Reviewers of the Construction
Documents should be pursuing. Additional inquiries should be developed and pursued as required.


Civil Checklist

1)

Do existin
g facilities surveys and drawings of existing conditions show underground utilities
(power, water, sewer, gas, storm sewer, drainage systems, fuel lines, tanks and other
structures), above ground utilities and existing improvements (buildings, walkways, ea
sements,
curbs, drives, docks and landscaping)?

2)

Do site plans show the new work?

3)

Does new construction interrupt existing/required services? Are the conditions for interruption
described?

4)

Do site plans show the contract limits?

5)

Are the limits of clearing,
excavating and shoring shown?

6)

Are the existing grades and elevations shown?

7)

Are the existing site improvements, that will remain, clearly indicated?

8)

Do the civil plans, landscaping plans, site electrical plans, site mechanical plans, site plumbing
plans an
d site architectural plans agree in regard to orientation elevations, construction limits,
improvement locations and interface points?

9)

Are the existing street profiles, both horizontal and vertical, shown?

10)

Are the locations of the public utilities (fire hy
drants, streetlights, storm drains, traffic signals)
shown?

11)

Are all new plants to be drought tolerant?


Structural Checklist

1)

Do the dimensions agree with the architectural drawings?

2)

Do the column and grid lines agree with the architectural drawings?

3)

Do the

column locations agree with the architectural drawings?

4)

Do the beam and girder locations, heights, elevations and clearances agree with the
architectural drawings?

5)

Do the foundation walls, shear walls, cross bracing locations and other structural componen
ts
agree with the architectural drawings?

6)

Do the perimeters of the various floor footprints agree with the architectural drawings for each
type or variation of floor plan?

7)

Do the top
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of
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floor elevations agree with those shown by the architectural drawings?

8)

Do the top
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of
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steel and top
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of
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structure elevations compensate for the floor and roof thickness?

9)

Do the floor openings and depressed or raised floor areas coordinate with the other disciplines?

10)

Is the foundation system type (drilled piers, pad footings, s
pread footings, piles) consistent with
the soils report?

11)

Do the column and beam lengths and depths shown by the drawings and sections agree with
those shown by the column and beam schedules?




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12)

Does the roof framing configuration agree with the architectural
roof requirements and perimeter
roofline?

13)

Do the expansion and control joints agree with the locations shown on the architectural
drawings?

14)

Are the sections and details properly labels?

15)

Are mechanical openings coordinated with mechanical drawings, includin
g thickness of
insulation, etc.?

16)

Do the structural drawing notes and specifications agree and coordinate with other sections of
the specifications?



Architectural Checklist

1)

Do the property lines and dimensions of surveys and architectural site plans agree
?

2)

Do the site plans show and clearly identify the existing conditions and new work?

3)

Do the site plans show setbacks, easements, and zoning requirements?

4)

Is the new work property located on the site?

5)

Do the overall building dimensions agree with the project

requirements?

6)

Do the secondary and tertiary dimensions total correctly within their respective grid and column
lines?

7)

Do the floor plans show the individual conditions of each variable floor perimeter, i.e. different
basement levels, first floor or ground

floor, mezzanine floors, second floor, typical floors, upper
level floors, penthouse floors?

8)

Do the building elevations agree with the conditions shown on the floor plans?


[Check in particular: grade lines, door and entry locations, window and curtain wa
ll locations,
setback and differing surface facets, roof lines and special design features such as canopies,
cornices, overhangs, parapets and screens.]

9)

Do the transverse and longitudinal building sections agree with the floor plans?

10)

Do the individual wall

sections agree with the building sections and floor plans?

11)

Do the large
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scale details agree with wall section conditions?

12)

Do the wall sections, building sections, building elevations and floor plans agree in typical and
special locations?

13)

Do the structura
l component locations agree with the structural drawings and the requirements
of the architectural conditions?

14)

Do the large
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scale, partial floor plans agree with the small
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scale floor plans?

15)

Do the reflected ceiling plans agree with the architectural floor

plans?

16)

Do the reflected ceiling plans show the electrical and mechanical trim and devices?

17)

Are the locations of these in agreement with the electrical and mechanical drawings?

18)

Are the architectural details coordinated with mechanical and electrical utilit
y services required?

19)

Do the reflected ceiling plans show soffit and fascia locations?

20)

Do the finish schedules show room numbers, surface finishes, note special conditions and
indicate ceiling heights?

21)

Are the finishes indicated by the finish schedule consi
stent with those shown by the drawings?

22)

Do the door schedules show identification mark, size, type, style, frame type, rating, swing and
hardware set?

23)

Do the door schedule dimensions match those shown by the plans, elevations and sections?




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Mechanical/ Plu
mbing Checklist

1)

Do the plumbing site plans show the new and existing utilities, such as domestic and fire service
water, power distribution lines, sanitary sewers; storm sewers, gas lines and fuel tanks and
lines?

2)

Do the plumbing site plans show the connec
tion points of the new services to the existing
utilities?

3)

Do the plumbing fixtures shown agree with the type and model shown by the fixture schedules?

4)

Do the storm drainage and roof drainage systems agree with the locations, slopes and details
shown by th
e architectural drawings?

5)

Do the architectural drawings provide enough clearance for the pipe joints, bends and insulation
in the chases and partitions?

6)

Do the drawings provide enough clearance for pipe insulation and drainage slope above the
ceilings and
below the floors?

7)

Do the drain locations, piping and connections interfere with structural components or
foundations?

8)

Do the floor plan configurations, levels and numbers agree with the architectural drawings?

9)

Does the HVAC equipment and ductwork shown on
each floor plan fit within the constraints or
the architectural design and the structural framing?

10)

Do the above
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ceiling and below
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floor clearances provide enough clearance for the worst
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case
duct intersection?

11)

Do the structural drawings indicate the suppor
ts, rigging points or rails needed to remove major
equipment for maintenance?

12)

Do the architectural drawings provide a path to the outside of the building for the maintenance
or replacement of major equipment?

13)

Do the drawings provide adequate access space f
or equipment maintenance, including space
to remove the items that may need to be maintained away from the equipment or replaced?

14)

Does the roof

top equipment size, location and orientation agree with the architectural roof
plans?

15)

Does the mechanical equipm
ent shown on the drawings agree with the equipment schedules?

16)

Are the vertical penetrations (ductwork, piping, equipment, supports, etc.) coordinated with the
architectural and structural drawings?

17)

Does the HVAC ductwork fit considering reinforcing angles,

insulation, room to assemble, room
for recessed lighting, ceiling suspension systems, etc?

18)

Do the mechanical equipment schedules

agree with the specifications?

19)

Do the specifications agree with the HVAC automatic temperature control sequences or
operations

on contract drawings?

20)

Do these control sequences agree with the electrical switchgear schedules for
Hand/Off/Automatic (HOA) switches, etc?

21)

Are the horizontal penetrations coordinated with the architectural and structural drawings?

22)

Does the mechanical des
ign include the fire sprinkler system?

23)

Do the fire sprinkler system equipment, piping and head layout coordinate with other
mechanical systems?

24)

Are the damper locations shown as required for smoke and fire ratings?

25)

Do the locations of diffusers, registers,

sprinkler heads and other mechanical trim agree with the
architectural reflected ceiling plans?




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Electrical Checklist

1)

Do the electrical site plans agree with the civil and architectural site plans?

2)

Do the electrical site plans show the outdoor electrical
equipment in the proper locations?

3)

Do the electrical floor plan configurations, levels and numbering agree with the architectural
drawings?

4)

Do the major pieces of electrical equipment fit within the allocated spaces?

5)

Do the drawings provide sufficient clea
rance between major electrical equipment and other
equipment for the building for safety and maintenance?

6)

Do the structural drawings show supports for the major electrical equipment?

7)

Do the architectural and electrical drawings agree regarding space provid
ed for electrical
equipment, panels, risers, transformers and other equipment?

8)

Do the panel schedules show all the circuits indicated by the drawings?

9)

Do the fixtures and pieces of equipment have circuits assigned? Do any electrical panels
penetrate fire
rated assemblies?

10)

Do the fixture and equipment loads match the voltage and phasing shown by panel schedules?

11)

Do the lighting fixtures shown on the floor plans agree with the lighting fixture schedule?

12)

Do the electrical floor plans show power, telephone and

other terminal locations?

13)

Are the voltages shown for mechanical equipment coordinated with mechanical schedules and
specifications?


Fire Protection Checklist

1)

Do the fire protection plans show new and existing fire service water mains and reflect water
fl
ow test data (static pressure, residual pressure, flow and date and location of test)?

2)

Do the fire protection plans show the points of connection of new services to existing facilities
and entry to the facility?

3)

Are there standpipe riser and fire main rise
r diagrams and do they agree with the architectural
drawings?

4)

If the facility is to be provided with sprinkler protection does the sprinkler layout agree with the
architectural drawings?

5)

Do the sprinkler drawings include the water supply and design criteri
a and are the remote areas
identified?

6)

Do the sprinkler drawings show the location of the 2” drain and is there sufficient drainage
capability to accommodate that and the other sprinkler system drains?