I’ve spent the last couple of months chipping away at clearing enough space in the building to layout the walls, and today my laser square came, so it was finally time to draw some lines on the concrete.
The inner walls are inset from the outer walls about 1 foot, but the most important factor is that the cutouts for the vertical columns are exactly in the right place and that the lines are accurate and square. I used my 3D model to create a detailed set of measurements and a laser square and laser measurement tool to find the exact points and then drew them on the floor using a giant permanent marker.
With inner and outer lines, it will be easy to ensure the walls get anchored in just the right places. The marks are quite visible and from what I can tell so far durable. I’ll mark the rest of the walls tomorrow.