Stairway and steps
e. WoodFraming Drawing. Framing plans show the size, number,
and location of the structural members constituting the building
framework. Separate framing plans may be drawn for the floors,
walls, and roof. The floorframing plan must specify the sizes and
spacing of joists, girders, and columns used to support the floor.
Detail drawings are added, if necessary, to show the methods of
anchoring joists and girders to the columns and foundation walls or
footings. Wallframing plans show the location and method of framing
openings and ceiling heights so that studs and post can be cut.
the building and support the roof. Size, spacing, roof slope, and
all necessary details are shown. Working prints for theater of
operation (TO) buildings usually show details of all framing.
f. Light Wood Framing. Light framing is used in barracks,
bathhouses, administration buildings, light shops, hospitals, and
similar structures. Detailed drawings of foundation walls, footings,
posts, and girder details normally used in standard TO construction
are shown in Figure 114, page 116.