- Sectioning the blueprints makes it possible to precisely locate flaws using the dot.
- A zone must be able to contain -50 issues simultaneously, beyond that the project may be unreadable.
- A sector should ideally contain up to 35 zones. Beyond that, the name of the zones is too small on the tablet. If the number is greater, section a floor into several sectors.
- In terms of a report, one sector = one PDF report, we therefore come to an agreement with the user on the organisation of their project monitoring.
- We recommend, for performance reasons, not using more than 5 layers.
- Make sure that the colours are correctly applied to zones
Typology of buildings
The zoning of the project mainly depends on the type of building. In the PDF at the bottom of the article you will find some representative examples based on the use of the building or the layout. Feel free to use these examples as inspiration for best sectioning your projects.
- Clean the blueprint
- Remove hatching
- Darken the blueprints or switch to black and white
- The name of a zone must be unique
- Sector: a group of blueprints. Can represent:
- a floor (R + 1)
- part of a floor (department of Pediatrics on a floor of 10,000 m2)
- a typology of the elements on a floor (R + 1 piles)
- a typology of the elements on part of a floor (R + 1 East –piles)
- Area: a room, a group of rooms (rare), a large structure element (post, thin wall of reinforced concrete, etc.)
- Layer: a different view where the dots may be combined. For example: architect / plumbing / electricity..