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ANSI STANDARDS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWINGS PLANS?

ANSI STANDARDS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWINGS PLANS?

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hello.

Anyone knows if the ANSI STANDARDS are useful for civil engineering drawing plans? (ex: structural, architectural, civil drawings)

I heard the ANSI STANDARDS are used for drafting Standards Manual, but i don't know if those are useful for civil engineering drawing. (ex: ASME/ANSI Y14.1M, ASME/ANSI Y14.2M, ASME/ANSI Y14.3M, ASME/ANSI Y14.5M, ASME/ANSI Y14.100).

Please I need your help.

Thank you

RE: ANSI STANDARDS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWINGS PLANS?

As a matter of forum etiquette, it's best to not post duplicate threads. Since you seem to be getting more response in the other thread (thread194-396561: ANSI STANDARDS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWINGS PLANS?), I would leave that post and suggest red flagging this one.

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