Separation Wall, Ceilings and Flooring 3D & Sketch Designs

in Architectural Design held by Steve M
Contest Ended, Winner(s) have been selected.
I wish to have internal drawing designs done that can show visually the installation and fixing details when applying our MgO Corp Board products to Timber and Steel Framing Systems as well as roof battening and applied to masonry walls.
I would like the detail to note the processes, material, Rw Acoustic Solution of system combination, Single sheet and Combined sheet FRL's performances on a system and combined system R-Values options.

We are competing against James Hardie, Boral, CSR in the building products market.

Our product out performs all the above structurally, acoustic, impact and fire.

We need to now show this in drawings so Engineers, designers, architects, builders, specifiers xyz can clearly and quickly understand the application and installation methods of our products.
Our website is: and the following is links to technical information

MOST IMPORTANT: The detail has to be to a standard an Engineer will sign off on the drawings!!!!!!
Knowledge of the ASTM building standards for internal and external separation wall systems - Load bearing and non load bearing. Be able to research and do drawings to meet Australian Building Codes Requirements and American Building Codes
Don't Wants:
I dont just want a standard sketch - must be detailed and professional to use in our company profiles, marketing and the web.
Company Logo:
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1st Winner
#5 All used scences by Artifact Forge
complete scenes used for 3D renderings
Nov 29, 2012 15:55
Please find uploaded autocad of sketch of timber installation and PDF of Horizontal and Vertical Timber methods.
If this is the type of sketch required I will complete the steel Installation.
I missed this contest at the beginning and just noticed it on 24/11 so have run out of time. Will complete requirements to win contest. Sorry I have not completed in time.
Nov 24, 2012 17:51
#1 Timber frame MgO installation by Artifact Forge
This is one sample of all type of design for different installation options. Rest in CAD 2D Plans and elevations are ready to compose on document. Just whant to confirm this design style before next stage. Bullet points and dims will be overlayed on AI document as well as CAD drawings. Pls confirm is this style suitable.
Nov 13, 2012 16:01
#3 Steel Frame Vertical and Horizontal by Artifact Forge
This is PDF from composition in Adobe Indesign
Nov 26, 2012 15:18
#4 Complete folder with all designs, 3D renderings, comments, legends, ready to edit by Artifact Forge
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Full contect package for Indesign ready to edit
Nov 29, 2012 15:52
#6 sections and plans by Artifact Forge
Nov 29, 2012 15:59


Wed, 07 Nov 2012 14:52:47 +0000
Will you accept this project if it is done on a student version of Autodesk software? I am a student of Drafting and Design and can perform this project efficiently and professionally. Thanks for your consideration. I am looking forward to working with you.

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