As with other rough-in trades (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing), electronic systems should be planned for well in advance of construction and documented at the construction drawing phase of design.
This course describes the processes used by professionals in the project planning, design, and installation phases of electronic systems. Participants will be able to identify different types of residential systems and the unique impact of each on specific design considerations, such as space, framing, electrical, and ventilation requirements. This course will also help attendees identify and analyze the benefits of working with trained electronic systems professionals.
- Identify the different types of residential systems and unique considerations of each
- Describe the processes used by professionals in the project planning, design, and installation phases of electronic systems
- Determine electronic systems impact on the design and construction relative to:
- Space allocation
- Framing requirements
- Electrical and conduit requirements
- Ventilation and millwork requirements
- Home theater design
- Recognize essential timeline for selecting and engaging an electronic systems professional for your project