Curtain Wall: aluminum-framed wall containing in-fills of glass, metal panels, or thin stone. The framing is attached to the building structure and does not carry the floor or roof loads of the building.
Mullions: vertical element that forms a division between units of a window. Its purpose is to provide structural support to an arch or lintel above the window opening.
Truss: A supporting structure composed of beams, girders, or rods commonly of steel or wood lying in a single plane.
Columns: It is a structural element that transmits through compression, the weight of the structure above to other structural elements below.
Veneer: A thin layer applied to another material.
Cladding: Is the application of one material over another to provide a layer that controls the infiltration of weather elements and for aesthetic purposes.
Gasket: a piece of material that is used to make a tight seal between two parts that are joined together.
Hidden Element : it is a tool in Revit that is used to hide a element or category of an object , not permanently.
Leaderline: a leaderline in Revit refers to a line added to connect a text to an object.
Section: refers to an area or hidden part of an object cut away or removed some of that object.
Light bulb: It reveals hidden elements and you can unhide in view element.
Weephole: refers to where water is being let out.
Cork: refers to a seal.
Glazing walls- thin aluminium framed wall containing a glass panel, that is attached to a building but does not carry any load of the building
Proposal: a plan or suggestion put forward for consideration.
Allowable build-able: refers to the space left over after setback and zoning rules are applied and it is where you can build your building.
Stairs: there must be 2 egress stairs in a building and they must be at least 32 inches.
Lot Area: refers to the allowed dimensions for a site.
Digital Tax Map: refers to lot lines, block and lot numbers, street names, lot dimensions, and easements given and used for different sites.
Assets: a useful or good thing.