Depends on the plan.
Most residential plan drawings I have seen are minimal layouts.
They show where outlets and switches are to be located.
Even this is pretty general, since they are not dimensioned.
The drawing should show what kind of outlet is in each location.
GFI, duplex, and so on are indicated by symbol.
On 10 Jan 2007 03:56:27 -0800, " firstname.lastname@example.org"
That iis true. The electrician usually places the outlets to comply
with the spacing requirements and what the customer requests on the
pre drywall walk. That may require additional outlets. They do have to
identify the GFCIs to get through plan review. If nothing extra is
specified they just get placed to comply with 210.52. A good CAD
design program will place the receptacles.
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