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I am looking for someone skill to draw this Architectural layout to draw in Auto

I am looking for someone skill to draw this Architectural layout to draw in Autocad,
Structural drawing with all elements.
I attached a sample of what needed.

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Students will choose a piece of property in Harrison, New Jersey in order to des

Students will choose a piece of property in Harrison, New Jersey in order to design a land development project.
The project will require groups to create a site plan to address the needs of the surrounding areas. Groups will
propose the layout of the site including the building size, location, parking layout,site layout, etc. Each team must
create AutoCAD drawings and prepare a detailed presentation about the project.
The intent of the project isto develop a concept plan for an existing property in Harrison, NJ using the Master Plan
and the Land Use Ordinance. The project must be justified, and the team must propose a project that serves the
best purpose for that site. For example, a team may determine that Harrison is lacking in physical fitness facilities
based on the current master plan and resident needs. The group will then use the land use ordinance to establish
the concept plan design based on setbacks, parking requirements, and other bulk requirements.
Requirements:
1. CAD Drawings – MUST BE SUBMITTED ON TITLEBLOCKS
Each team will utilize an aerial image as the base map for this project. Groups will need to import the
image and scale it to be used for conceptual land development design. Groups must use both aerial
imagery and zoning maps to create a base map of the assigned property. Existing CAD drawings must
depict the following items at a minimum:
Property boundary lines
Curb lines
Sidewalk areas
Asphalt areas
Buildings
Any other physical feature
Striping
Physical features a minimum of 50’ from all property lines
After groups establish the base map for the site, the concept plan will be developed. The project entails
analyzing the Town and re-designing the existing site to satisfy a town need/want. Groups are permitted
to choose any type of “realistic” development except for single/multi-family residences. Any proposed
design MUST include a parking lot area. Proposed CAD drawings must depict the following items at a
minimum:
Buildings
Parking areas
Striping
Traffic arrows
Landscaped Areas
Sidewalks
Any other physical feature necessary
Dimension lines and text
CAD drawings must be printed in Monochrome with existing features grayed down (COLOR 8). Property
boundary lines will remain dark and bold, with all other existing features in gray. Projects must use a
variety of line types and weights to depict different objects.
Teams will also prepare CAD drawings depicting existing and proposed drainage maps. These maps will
show the various land covers and compare areas for both existing and proposed developments. The CAD
drawings will show all of the areas on site for grass, asphalt, concrete, building, etc.
DELIVERABLES FOR CAD DRAWINGS
Existing Conditions
o Quantity Take Off
▪ Sidewalk
▪ Building
▪ Asphalt
▪ Grass/Gravel/Dirt
Proposed Development
▪ Sidewalk
▪ Building
▪ Asphalt
▪ Grass/Gravel/Dirt
Existing Land Cover Drainage Map
o Legend with area of each “c” value
Proposed Land Cover Drainage Map
o Legend with area of each “c” value
2. Presentation Outline
The presentation will incorporate the CAD drawings (NO TITLEBLOCKS) and maps created. Each team will
create a presentation with at least the following topics discussed:
First Slide (In no particular order)
o Group Name
o Team Member Names
o CE 101 – Section
o Semester
o Project Title
o Map Image
Introduction
Existing Conditions
Reasoning for proposed land development
Discussion of parking calculations and traffic impacts of the new development
Discussion of drainage calculations (Q=ciA)
Conclusion
References
Each group will create a PowerPoint presentation or equivalent to discuss their projects. Each
presentation must be rehearsed and shall be 9-10 minutes. Groups must practice their presentations and
know how to transition from team members.
Teams will present via Webex during our scheduled class time. Each team member must be present
during the time of presentation to receive credit.
Each group member must present and participate equally. The presentation is an overview of the project
and should include maps/images/CAD drawings to communicate the intent of the project. Paragraphs of
text should not be used on the slides.
Submissions on Canvas:
1. PDF of Presentation Slides
2. PDF of CAD Drawings on Titleblocks

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Students will choose a piece of property in Harrison, New Jersey in order to des

Students will choose a piece of property in Harrison, New Jersey in order to design a land development project.
The project will require groups to create a site plan to address the needs of the surrounding areas. Groups will
propose the layout of the site including the building size, location, parking layout,site layout, etc. Each team must
create AutoCAD drawings and prepare a detailed presentation about the project.
The intent of the project isto develop a concept plan for an existing property in Harrison, NJ using the Master Plan
and the Land Use Ordinance. The project must be justified, and the team must propose a project that serves the
best purpose for that site. For example, a team may determine that Harrison is lacking in physical fitness facilities
based on the current master plan and resident needs. The group will then use the land use ordinance to establish
the concept plan design based on setbacks, parking requirements, and other bulk requirements.
Requirements:
1. CAD Drawings – MUST BE SUBMITTED ON TITLEBLOCKS
Each team will utilize an aerial image as the base map for this project. Groups will need to import the
image and scale it to be used for conceptual land development design. Groups must use both aerial
imagery and zoning maps to create a base map of the assigned property. Existing CAD drawings must
depict the following items at a minimum:
Property boundary lines
Curb lines
Sidewalk areas
Asphalt areas
Buildings
Any other physical feature
Striping
Physical features a minimum of 50’ from all property lines
After groups establish the base map for the site, the concept plan will be developed. The project entails
analyzing the Town and re-designing the existing site to satisfy a town need/want. Groups are permitted
to choose any type of “realistic” development except for single/multi-family residences. Any proposed
design MUST include a parking lot area. Proposed CAD drawings must depict the following items at a
minimum:
Buildings
Parking areas
Striping
Traffic arrows
Landscaped Areas
Sidewalks
Any other physical feature necessary
Dimension lines and text
CAD drawings must be printed in Monochrome with existing features grayed down (COLOR 8). Property
boundary lines will remain dark and bold, with all other existing features in gray. Projects must use a
variety of line types and weights to depict different objects.
Teams will also prepare CAD drawings depicting existing and proposed drainage maps. These maps will
show the various land covers and compare areas for both existing and proposed developments. The CAD
drawings will show all of the areas on site for grass, asphalt, concrete, building, etc.
DELIVERABLES FOR CAD DRAWINGS
Existing Conditions
o Quantity Take Off
▪ Sidewalk
▪ Building
▪ Asphalt
▪ Grass/Gravel/Dirt
Proposed Development
▪ Sidewalk
▪ Building
▪ Asphalt
▪ Grass/Gravel/Dirt
Existing Land Cover Drainage Map
o Legend with area of each “c” value
Proposed Land Cover Drainage Map
o Legend with area of each “c” value
2. Presentation Outline
The presentation will incorporate the CAD drawings (NO TITLEBLOCKS) and maps created. Each team will
create a presentation with at least the following topics discussed:
First Slide (In no particular order)
o Group Name
o Team Member Names
o CE 101 – Section
o Semester
o Project Title
o Map Image
Introduction
Existing Conditions
Reasoning for proposed land development
Discussion of parking calculations and traffic impacts of the new development
Discussion of drainage calculations (Q=ciA)
Conclusion
References
Each group will create a PowerPoint presentation or equivalent to discuss their projects. Each
presentation must be rehearsed and shall be 9-10 minutes. Groups must practice their presentations and
know how to transition from team members.
Teams will present via Webex during our scheduled class time. Each team member must be present
during the time of presentation to receive credit.
Each group member must present and participate equally. The presentation is an overview of the project
and should include maps/images/CAD drawings to communicate the intent of the project. Paragraphs of
text should not be used on the slides.
Submissions on Canvas:
1. PDF of Presentation Slides
2. PDF of CAD Drawings on Titleblocks

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1. It signifies a vent, hill, or mountain from which molten or hot rocks with ga

1. It signifies a vent, hill, or mountain from which molten or hot rocks with gaseous materials are rejected?

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Areas, seating areas, parking areas, etc.

Teams will develop a project that will focus on recreation. The project will be designed on a 1,000 ft x 1,000 ft
piece of land and must include a variety of elements including, but not limited to, paths, sports fields, ponds, picnic
areas, seating areas, parking areas, etc.
Students must collaborate with their teammates to develop the park area and decide on layout to create CAD
drawings.
Requirements:
1. CAD Drawings – MUST BE SUBMITTED ON TITLEBLOCKS
Teams will submit multiple CAD drawings to depict the different areas of their park. One printout will
show the overall layout with other printouts showing the designs of the individual components.
The layout must include at least 1 parking area, 1 sports field, paths, and at least 1 other recreational
feature (i.e. playground, pond, picnic area). Dimensions of sports fields can be found online.
CAD drawings must be printed in monochrome with Color 8 printing gray. The drawing must be hatched
to show the different land coverings (i.e. grass, asphalt, concrete).
Dimensions and text must be included on the drawing.
2. Timesheet – Excel
Teams must keep track of the weekly tasks performed for the project and log how much time was spent
by each student. As this is a group project, all students should be contributing equally.
3. Submission Letter
Each group will prepare a submission letter describing the overall intent of the design. This letter should
not exceed one page. The letter should also contain the name of all of the students who worked on the
project at the bottom.
All items will be submitted as PDF files and uploaded to canvas. Only one person per group should submit the
project.
Grading will be based on the following criteria:
1. Submission of Letter
2. Submission of Timesheet
3. Overall CAD presentation
4. One print of entire layout
5. Multiple prints of individual components
6. Text and Dimensions included and formatted per class discussion (units, size, redundant decimals, etc.)
7. Required items: 1 parking area, 1 sports field, 1 recreational feature, and paths.
8. Layout of site