Typical Legends/Tables and Blocks

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Table of Content


5 Chapter 5 of 6 TYPICAL LEGENDS, TABLES AND BLOCKS


5.1 Drawing Legends

5.1.1 Drainage Legend

The following is a typical legend that may be used on a drainage plan showing existing and proposed drainage structures.

 

A digital copy of the above legend can be downloaded from the following link: - drainage legend.dwg


5.1.2 Services Legend

The following is a typical legend that may be used on a services/utilities plan showing existing and proposed services.

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For traffic control signals legend refer to drawing number 8320-0400.
For road lighting legend refer to drawing number 200231-0063.
For emergency telephone details refer to Main Roads Design Guidelines for Emergency Telephones.

A digital copy of the above legend can be downloaded from the following link: - Services Legend.dwg


5.1.3 Pedestrian Legend

The following is a typical legend that may be used on an accommodation works plan showing proposed pedestrian ramps, footpaths, fences etc.

 

A digital copy of the above legend can be downloaded from the following link: - pedestrian legend.dwg


5.1.4 Lighting Drawing Legend

The following is a typical legend that may be used on a lighting drawing showing proposed and existing lighting services.

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A digital copy of the above legend can be downloaded from the following link:- Lighting Drawing Legend.dwg


5.2 Drawing Tables

5.2.1 Drainage Structures

The following is a typical table that may be used on a drainage plan to show the relevant drainage structure information.

DRAINAGE STRUCTURES
STRUCTURE
No.
STRUCTURE
TYPE
CO-ORDINATES REF. PT.
ELEV.
EASTING NORTHING
116 S.G.N. 52173.172 253570.827 5.855
117 S.G.N. 52180.685 253565.534 6.004
118 S.G.N. 52228.087 253535.655 6.083
119 S.G.N. 52233.814 253532.083 6.092
120 S.G.N. 52254.058 253529.840 6.185
125 S.G.N. 52262.507 253528.314 6.015

A digital copy of the above table can be downloaded from the following link: - Drainage Structures Table.dwg


5.2.2 Road Reference Marks

The following is a typical table that may be used on a road reference mark plan to show the relevant setout information required for road reference marks.

ROAD REFERENCE MARKS 
LABEL

 

EASTING NORTHING LEVEL 
UPIL487 69271.313 355632.390 715.315
UPIL488 69047.627 355516.695 719.754
SSM MBC222 69069.765 355600.388 719.918
UPIL489 68980.394 355336.288 719.844
UPIL490 68919.207  354859.223 719.986

A digital copy of the above table can be downloaded from the following link: - Road Reference Marks Table.dwg


5.2.3 General Service Ducts

The following is a typical table that may be used on a services/utilities plan to show the relevant setout information required for general service ducts.

GENERAL SERVICE DUCTS
END PT
No.
DUCT
TYPE
CO-ORDINATES DUCT
INVERT
EASTING NORTHING
S1 2 X 100mm
HEAVY DUTY P.V.C.
ELECTRICAL CONDUITS
69433.908 355645.713 714.400
S2 69456.772 355634.205 714.550
S3 1 X 225mm
CLASS 2
R.C.P.
69416.434 355614.273 713.000
S4 69343.472 355603.237 713.000

A digital copy of the above table can be downloaded from the following link: - General Service Ducts Table.dwg


5.2.4 Future Lighting and Service Ducts

The following is a typical table that may be used on a services/utilities plan to show the relevant setout information required for future lighting and service ducts.

FUTURE LIGHTING AND SERVICE DUCTS DUCT
DUCT No. APPROX.
LENGTH
CO-ORDINATES
EASTING NORTHING
116 19m 68777.432 357279.914
68783.431 357261.886
118 19m 68694.379 357268.055
68695.937 357249.119

A digital copy of the above table can be downloaded from the following link: - Future Lighting and Service Ducts Table.dwg


5.2.5 Pedestrian Ramp Setout

The following is a typical table that may be used on accommodation works plan to show the relevant setout information required pedestrian ramps.

PEDESTRIAN RAMP SETOUT
PED.
RAMP
NUMBER
EASTING NORTHING
P1 50884.447 254796.258
P2 50895.999 254784.385

A digital copy of the above table can be downloaded from the following link: - Pedestrian Ramp Setout Table.dwg


5.3 Drawing Blocks

When drawings for a project have been completed to a particular hold point (i.e. preliminary design), the following blocks, which describe the particular stage that the drawings are at, should be inserted onto the drawings.
The blocks are at A1 size by default, but can be scaled to suit any size drawings.

BLOCK IMAGE BLOCK NAME
Preliminary Plan.dwg
Master Plan.dwg
As Constructed.dwg


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