BISF House Architectural Building Plans

BISF House Architectural Building Plans

We have a variety of BISF Type A1  architectural building plans in our archive that we shall be sharing over the coming weeks with our members.

Our re-touched plans are based on original documents that have been re-drawn or cleaned and enhanced to improve viewing quality.

In some cases certain points of irrelevant detail may have been omitted.

We shall add further building plans in the coming weeks as they are very time consuming to prepare and we hope that you find them useful.

BISF HOUSE FRONT ELEVATION PLAN
BISF HOUSE SIDE ELEVATION
BISF TYPE A1 OUTBUILDING PLAN
BISF HOUSE INTERNAL CROSS SECTION SIDE VIEW

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    1. Hi Chris
      We don’t have any specific plans that display just the frame of these houses. We do have a selection of images showing some areas.

      Was there a particular part of the house that you need the plans for as we may be able to help?

  1. Hi admin
    I have French doors fitted in place of the front window was wondering if there was any more steel trusses going lateral or vertical from where the front window would have been to the frame of the front door or on the opposite side of the window joining to next door house.I was thinking of taking out the remaining front wall out and replacing it with UPVC glass panels .

  2. Hello Bruce
    I think I understand the areas that you mean from your description.
    There are diagonal braces located on each corner section of the frame.
    So for example, looking at the front door to the closest corner of the house you will find a brace here.
    The best way for me to illustrate this is to show you some images of the frame until I get an accurate drawing made up.
    I have included two images for you and highlighted the braces and stanchions.
    You will notice on both images that there is a fine support strut located between the window and party wall in some of the images.
    It appears that some houses were fitted with these but the vast majority were not and they do not appear to be a significant structural brace like the diagonal corner braces. I myself have not yet come across a diagonal brace here. There is a likelihood that these finer braces were only present during the initial construction of the house and some were left in situ.
    I hope this answers your question, let me know if I have missed anything.
    Regards
    Marc

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