Do anyone know of a site, where I can download a "blueprint" of a house for free? So I can study it.?

I'm a contruction student, who needs the drawing for my study. Any house drawing will do.








There are not many free examples of house plans on the net that you can study, but I believe your best approach would be to someone who has a physical set of plans they could give you or let you borrow.

Start with an architecture firm that draws the types of buildings you are interested in learning about. They may be willing to provide you with some older plans to take with you or maybe just look over some in their conference room over a lunch break or something.

Next, I would ask them who they use for their structural engineering services. It might be a few different firms who you could then contact to take a look at structural drawings. This should provide information regarding the foundation, steel, wood, masonry, concrete, and details on how it all goes together.

If these types of meetings don't suit you, perhaps you could simply drive onto the site of a working construction project and meet with the superintendent or the project manager to ask if you could look at their plans in the job site trailer for a while. They might be happy to let you see this, plus all the plans (architectural, electrical, plumbing, structural, civil) should be in one convenient location. I doubt you could take any plans from here, but you would at least get to look at some with a trained professional at your side. If you have a hard hat, bring it! I suggest you go in the morning and bring a small box of doughnuts to share... seriously. Think of it as an appropriate "thank you" gesture up front.

For starters take a look at this link for conceptual ideas, unfortunately there is no detail in the examples given.
http://www.houseplanz.com/sample.html










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