A question regarding irregular setbacks and tolerance:
Beyond getting as close as possible to to the setback, would you recommend erring slightly on the size of too large (the building/surface area encroaches slightly into the setback) or too small (the building/surface area does not quite reach the setback)? I understand this is accounted for the scoring tolerance, but wanted to see if you could offer the safer strategy.
I have the same question with regard to the building profile line. Even when you zoom, the built-in cursor steps make it difficult to land the building profile exactly on the grade line. If the grade line falls between two cursor steps, do you recommend extending the building profile one step past the grade line (into the ground) or holding it back one step above the grade line? Again, the tolerance likely covers this.
Thank you for the clarification!+Ryan NCARB +Nick NCARB +Michelle NCARB +Terry NALSA