The pictures have a resolution of 3,500 x 7,800 pixels. In the orthogonal pictures a level has a height of 274px, while in real 20'; so 1 pixel in the picture equals to 0,876" or around 0-7/8" in real size; 1' equals to 13.7px. The images have a scale bar for easier measurement.
The pictures have a resolution of 3,500 x 7,800 pixels. They are not calibrated, but should give you a good 3D-reference.
The floor views are rendered to a scale of 1/50 calibrated to my monitors. However, they include a scale bar so that you are able to read the true size of the structures. 1' equals to 27 pixels. The perspective view to the right gives a better orientation, however is not calibrated. With exception of Level 30, Side 1 is to the right (and sides are numbered clockwise), while for Level 30, Side 1 is on top.