The following figures are from the 2010 ADA in a 24×36 format architects and designers can use for construction documents. They were not created with borders or layers and are generic. They must be modified to fit the designer’s CAD standards and not be used instead of specific details. Your drawings should communicate specific conditions.
The standard sheets are divided into sections. Unique conditions such as recreational facilities are on separate sheets. These were created from CAD files provided by the Access Board. They should be used for reference and informational purposes only and within each designer’s working/drawing structure and not as stand alone sheets.