UWS 2.0 Detail Drawing and Photo Downloads

Below are template detail drawings (some with photos) for some of the routine components used in project drawings for typical infrastructure projects at NC State.

Drawings are all created with AutoCAD. Feel free to download and use. You can email questions and comments to Ed Rogers at ed_rogers@ncsu.edu

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**All DWG Files open in Google Drive for you to download.

Duct bank Project Details

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Duct bank Cross-section (Spacing) Layout of spacing and components of a typical underground duct bank.
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Building Entrance Detail Example of a typical duct bank as it enters a building (profile view).
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Manhole Entrance Detail Profile of standard layout of a duct cell entrance into the side of a manhole.
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Manhole Elevation Profile view of typical telecom manhole.
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Manhole Equipment Details Views of cable racks and hooks used in manholes.
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Manhole Cover View of typical telecom manhole cover.
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Site Restoration — Brick Pavers Cross section showing duct banks and typical restoration of brick sidewalks.
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Site Restoration — Asphalt Pavement Cross section showing duct banks and typical restoration of asphalt streets and parking areas.
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Site Restoration — Grass Areas Cross section showing duct banks and typical restoration of grass areas.
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Raceway Project Details

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Entrance Conduit End Fittings Typical layout for locations where a building entrance duct bank enters the BDF.
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Trapeze Mounted Wireway Cross-section of typical support system for wire ways to house station cables in corridors.
(Rev. 7/19/10)
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L Bracket Mounted Wireway Cross-section of typical support system for wire ways to house station cables in corridors (adjacent walls).
(Rev. 7/19/10)
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Riser Conduit Support (Horizontal) Cross-section of typical support system for conduits to house riser cables between BDF and IDF.
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Riser Conduit Support (Vertical) Elevation view of a typical floor to floor conduits housing riser cables.
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Riser Conduit End Fittings Typical layout for locations where conduits housing riser cables penetrate into a BDF/IDF.
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Surface Mounted Outlet Views of single outlet used on masonry or plaster walls.
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Flush Mounted Outlet — Retrofit Views of single outlet used in existing gyp board and stud (hollow walls).
(Rev. 5/12/11)
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Flush Mounted Outlet — New Construction Views of single outlet used in new gyp board and stud (hollow) walls.
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Surface Mounted Telephone Outlet Views of a single wall telephone outlet used on masonry or plaster walls.
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Flush Mounted Telephone Outlet – Retrofit Views of a single wall telephone outlet used in existing gyp board and stud (hollow) walls.
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Wiremold Surface Outlet Views of single outlet used on masonry or plaster walls where aesthetics are a concern.
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Typical Poke-Thru Typical power and telecom poke-thru for upper floors (not for slab on grade)
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Wiring Project Details

Elevation (front) views of standard equipment racks installed in BDF rooms. Note that each drawing shows two views of the same rack. The “Equipment Installation View” shows the actual components to be installed in the rack. The “Termination Schematic View” denotes how cables are to be terminated on those components as well as all labeling instructions.

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24 outlet cross-connect rack
(Rev. 05/01/2014)
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48 outlet cross-connect rack
(Rev. 05/01/2014)
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96 outlet cross-connect rack
(Rev. 05/01/2014)
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BDF electronics/fiber rack
(Rev. 05/01/2014)
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BDF 25/50/100 rack
(Rev. 05/13/2011)
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BDF 200 rack
(Rev. 05/13/2011)
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BDF 300 rack
(Rev. 05/13/2011)
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BDF 400 rack
(Rev. 05/13/2011)
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Special use line blocks detail (Rev. 05/13/2011)

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Elevation (front) views of standard equipment racks installed in IDF rooms. Note that each drawing shows two views of the same rack. The “Equipment Installation View” shows the actual components to be installed in the rack. The “Termination Schematic View” denotes how cables are to be terminated on those components as well as all labeling instructions.

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24 outlet cross-connect rack
(Rev. 05/13/2011)
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48 outlet cross-connect rack
(Rev. 05/13/2011)
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96 outlet cross-connect rack
(Rev. 05/13/2011)
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IDF rack
(Rev. 05/13/2011)
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BDF – rear wall left section
(Rev. 05/13/2011)
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BDF – rear wall right section
(Rev. 05/13/2011)
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Special use line blocks detail
(Rev. 05/13/2011)
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Elevation (front) views of standard equipment wall mounted in small IDF rooms. Note that each drawing shows two views of the same wall space. The “Equipment Installation View” shows the actual components to be installed on the wall. The “Termination Schematic View” denotes how cables are to be terminated on those components as well as all labeling instructions. These rooms typically serve less than 20 outlets.

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IDF – rear wall left section
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Schematic views of the various outlet types described by UWS 2.0. These are useful for drawing legends.

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Outlet Diagrams (Rev. 05/13/2011)

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Firestopping Details (Drawings Only)

These tables and details (assemblies) are to be verified by the designer to reflect field conditions, all applicable local codes, N.E.C., Fire Codes and most current version of the U.L. Directory. These tables and details (assemblies) are in no way intended to replace good, sound design judgment. They are shown for illustrative purposes only.

Click on the details listed below for options to view or download drawings.

Penetration Size (IN) Material
to be Penetrated
Fire Rating Hours UL# Description *PDF **DWG
4×4 wire way
6×6 wire way
8×8 wire way
Gypsum board
Wall or ceiling
1,2 W-L-7006 Penetration firestop for 12″x12″ (or smaller), 24 gauge (or heavier), steel duct through the gypsum board wall assembly.
(Rev. 1/08/10)
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4×4 wire way
6×6 wire way
8×8 wire way
Concrete floor
Concrete wall
2 C-AJ-7076 Penetration firestop for 30″x10″ (or smaller), 24 gauge (or heavier), steel duct through a minimum 4-1/2″ concrete floor.
(Rev. 10/14/09)
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4×4 wire way
6×6 wire way
8×8 wire way
Wood floor 1 F-C-7008 Penetration firestop for 30″x10″ (or smaller), 24 gauge (or heavier), steel duct through a minimum 4-1/2″ concrete floor.
(Rev. 1/07/10)
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1″ conduit to 4″ conduit Gypsum board
Wall or ceiling
1-4 W-L-1001 Penetration firestop for a max. 12″ dia. steel pipe through a gypsum wallboard assembly.
(Rev. 6/15/05)
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1″ conduit to 4″ conduit Concrete floor
Concrete wall
2-4 C-AJ-1044 Penetration firestop 12″ max. diameter metal pipe/conduit through a concrete floor/wall.
(Rev. 3/15/07)
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1″ conduit to 4″ conduit Wood floor 1-2 F-C-1002 Penetration firestop for 4″ EMT (or smaller) through 1 or 2-hour fire-rated wood joist floor-ceiling assembly.
(Rev. 9/03/04)
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Multiple conduit Concrete floor
Concrete Wall
3 C-AJ-1178 Penetration firestop for multiple pipe and conduit through 4-1/2″ concrete floor.
(Rev. 12/09/09)
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These details (assemblies) are to be verified by the designer to reflect field conditions, all applicable local codes, N.E.C., Fire Codes and most current version of the U.L. Directory. These details (assemblies) are in no way intended to replace good, sound design judgment. They are shown for illustrative purposes only.

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C-AJ-3152 Fireblocks installed around cable bundles within min. 4″ diameter steel pipe/sleeve through a concrete floor/wall.
(Rev. 9/07/07)
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W-L-3079 Fireblocks installed around cable bundles within min. 4″ diameter steel pipe/sleeve through gypsum board wall assembly.
(Rev. 6/13/97)
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C-AJ-0055 Fireblocks installed in empty minimum 4″ diameter steel pipe/sleeve through concrete floor/wall.
(Rev. 9/11/97)
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  1. Seal all penetrations of fire-rated construction, using the tested UL system applicable to the construction that was penetrated. This includes all floors, corridor walls, and other assemblies required to be sealed against fire/smoke spread.
  2. If any exceptions to above table are found on-site during construction, the contractor shall contact the NC State communication technologies office to determine appropriate firestop system to be used.
  3. All details are reprinted from the online certifications directory with permission from UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES, INC. All details are copyright 2003 UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES, INC.
  4. All wire way is to be rigidly supported by a wall or floor assembly to eliminate movement in fire-stopped areas. When anchoring wire way to wall or floor, do not use sheet metal screws, but instead anchor with round head bolts on inside of wire way with nuts on outside of wire way, secure cover with screws on each side. Firestop according to UL details.

Specialty Projects

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Blue Light Telephone Assembly Typical outdoor emergency telephone unit (freestanding stanchion) used on the NC State campus. This is a generic drawing/spec only. Site-specific details and notes are required for a complete design. The unit is manufactured by GAI-Tronics.
(Rev. 3/28/03)
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Wall-mounted Blue Light Telephone Assembly Wall-mounted emergency telephone unit used in parking decks on the NC State campus. This is a generic drawing/spec only. Site-specific details and notes are required for a complete design. The unit is manufactured by GAI-Tronics.
(Rev. 7/19/10)
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Security System Interface Outlet (SSI) – Type A Interface box between campus security system devices and the building telecom infrastructure. Supports up to six (CAT6) or eight (CAT5) cables for network connections.
(Rev. 2/02/15)
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Security System Interface Outlet (SSI) – Type B Interface box between campus security system devices and the building telecom infrastructure. Supports up to three (CAT6) or four (CAT5) cables for network connections.
(Rev. 2/02/15)
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