Blueprint Reading Certificate - Advanced

Location
  • Hybrid
  • New York City
Blueprint Reading Certificate Badge

Digital Badge presented upon successful completion of our three Blueprint Reading courses (Introduction, Intermediate, and Advanced Blueprint Reading).

Learn How To Develop Skills in Blueprint Reading

About the Class

This class is designed as a cumulative course for individuals who have taken the Introduction to Blueprint Reading and Intermediate Blueprint Reading courses. This 24 hour course dives deeper into blueprint reading and covers more advanced and complicated construction drawings. Students learn about different building materials as well as learn to read advanced construction drawings. Participants will receive a Pace University Certificate of Completion.

Blueprint Reading Program Topics

  • Build upon skills developed in the Intro and Intermediate Blueprint Reading classes
  • Review construction documents such as a definition of a floor plan, reflected ceiling plans and fixtures, furnishings and equipment
  • Cover Engineering Drawings
  • Focus on building materials such as pre-fabricated panels, wood and concrete, and steel
  • Introductory overview of building systems such as mechanical and electrical equipment for buildings

Meet the Instructors

Teresa Malihan-Haggerty

Teresa Malihan-Haggerty founded TMalihanArchitect NYC in 2004 as an innovative studio focusing on providing all phases of architectural and engineering services from pre-design, zoning analysis, building code compliance, programming, schematic, design development, construction documents, project management, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, expediting and construction contract administration.

John Delfino, Jr.

John Delfino, Jr. Assoc. IALD, is a lighting designer with Available Light, where he designs lighting for architecture and museum exhibits. John has an MFA in Theatrical Design with a focus in Lighting from CalArts, where he both studied under lighting designer Anne Militello and worked at Visual Terrain."