Building system designers will usually be given preliminary architectural drawings as a first step. These drawings permit the designers to arrive at the preliminary scope of the work, roughly estimate the requirements, and determine in a preliminary way the location of equipment and the methods of heating/ventilating and cooling and types of lighting. In this stage of the design, such items as primary and secondary distribution systems and major items of equipment will be decided. The early requirements for types of machinery to be installed will be determined.
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