Truck Stop Floor Plans


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Hello,

 

Does anyone know where I can find sample site plans or floor plans of truck stops?  I'm working on a personal project and trying to get a better idea of overall dimensions, layout, etc.

 

Any idea of where I can also find floor plans of commercial buildings in general?

 

Thank you for your help!

 

Shane

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nope, didn't look that far

 

if you know the dims of even a bathtub you can scale the plan

 

it won't be "accurate" but it would be "close"

 

google around some - I gave a link to the very first set I found

 

Lew

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