What would a fully loaded building look like? This list outlines a list of items you may add to your building. Note this guide doesn't cover how you go about actually doing these things, or the building itself.
- Setting and infastructure
- Road and sidewalk connection
- Parking situation
- Utility support
- Property dividers
Unless you're building ontop of a paved lot, it's recommended to build a foundation. Raise the floors one or two clicks, and connect it to the ground with a good concrete or brick texture.
- Drain Pipes
Use the thdp1.rwx - 3.rwx objects if you don't want to create your own.
Vents are the perfect way to fill in some empty space on an outside wall.
Place trims along the edges and inbetween different entities on a build to add a more authentic look.
Be sure your roof has some overhang.
- Roof detailing
Add various utilities to the top of your builds, such as vents and pipes, HVAC units, and communication equipment.
- Utility boxes
Place electric boxes and other service outles on the sides or back of your building.
- Emergency escapes
Emergency exits and side doors...
Wall or pole mounted outdoor lighting.
Add proper frames around your doors and windows.
- Service area
Garage doors in the back, dumpsters, etc.
- Support beams
- Vents or Ducts