Project Update: Carnegie Mansion Pergola

Axon As my internship comes to a close today I thought it would be nice to display the final sheet set for the Carnegie Mansion Pergola project that I worked on with Naomi. The both of us work extensively on this project for the past couple weeks, as you may know Naomi end her internship a couple of weeks ago. From there I took the responsibility to put the finishing touches on the drawing set, such as layouts, line weights, and other types of formatting. For the past week or so I have been consistently working with two of my supervisors at work (Robert Arzola and Paul Dolinsky) to get the drawings to the “HABS Standard.” Although the raw drawings had been completed a couple weeks ago, there is still a substantial amount of work that is required to ensure the drawings communicate their intent effectively. Also to make sure presentation is clean and organized. On that note, I have to say that I unfortunately did not have enough time to complete the cover sheet of the drawing set. Someone from the HABS team will have to wrap that up. However, I complete the three other sheets in the set and I am very happy with how they turned out. After the full set is completed, it will first be sent to the client, the Cooper Hewit Foundation, and then to the Library of Congress where it will forever remain. Remember, one of the main goals of the project is to rebuild the wooden structure for the pergola. I led the team in 3d modeling this structure and creating the measured drawings to reproduce these members. Reference Sheet 4, you be the judge of how successful the drawings were executed. Below are images of the sheets Naomi and I completed. Also, there are links where you can access larger versions of the sheets. Enjoy! Cover Sheet 2 Sheet 3 Sheet 4   Larger size files: 2015_08_18_CH_Final_for_Layouts-Cover 2015_08_18_CH_Final_for_Layouts-Sheet 2 2015_08_18_CH_Final_for_Layouts-Sheet 3 2015_08_18_CH_Final_for_Layouts-Sheet 4    

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