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Common types of interior schedules include finish schedule, door schedule, window schedule, and FF+E schedule.

Door Schedule

Doors are identified by a number of other designations shown on the floor plan (Figure 47). These are referenced to a door schedule that contains more detailed information about each door. Door schedules consist of two parts. The first part is in a tabular form, and the second part is a graphic representation of each type of door. In a residential or small project, doors are marked with each number for the type of doors on the floor plan, not with door numbers defined by room numbers. For instance, a door marked with number 1 means the door type 1. Door schedules for residential or small projects or relatively contain less information than big projects or commercial projects. A typical residential door schedule in a table contains the mark, number (quantity), size (nominal size), type of door, material, and remarks (Figure 48). It is commonly followed by a graphic representation of door types such as door elevations (Figure 49). Door elevations in a graphic representation form are drawn at a 1/4"=1’-0” scale in general and may include dimensions. Figure 47. Door marks on floor plan

MARK

NO

S IZ E

TYPE

1

2

6'-0" x 6'-8" x 1 3/4"

PANEL

2

5

3'-0" x 6'-8" x 1 3/4"

PANEL

3

2

3'-0" x 6'-8" x 1 3/4"

PANEL

4

2

3'-0" x 6'-8" x 1 3/4"

F LU S H

W 'D /F A B R IC IN S U LA T E D D O O R

Figure 48. A typical door schedule for a small or residential project.

M A T E R IA L

REMARKS

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N A T U R A L F IN IS H

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1/4" T E M P E R E D G LS

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D O O R S C H E D U LE

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