Often you work from design documents prepared by architects, engineers, and contractors. As you review the drawings and specs, you have, no doubt, found mistakes and missing information. This is often due to decreased fees and tightened schedules thrust upon the designers, leaving the burden to you to figure it out.
Communicating these issues to an architect by phone, while driving between jobs is challenging enough. Trying to have him/her visualize your issue, then understanding the verbal response with no written confirmation is very risky.
A drawing, explaining what you are building, and a place to clearly write questions, provides the designer a place to explain their intentions, and a document that gives you clear directive and back up in case someone questions why you did what you did.
St. Louis Zoo
Number of Drawings
Grizzly Bear greets guests at the Grizzly Ridge Habitat
Plan of Grizzly Bear Holding Rooms, used when bears are receiving care
Elevation of one of the Holding Room Panels with Gates, Food Chutes, Paw Access Doors and more
Made in America
Glass Stair Treads on Center Stringer
Fire Escape in Philly
Driveway Gate at New Jersey Estate
In addition to providing drawings that will guide your shop and field crews, we can handle all the coordination with the design professionals and the trades thru the approval process, freeing you to run your business.
Experience with design, codes, engineering
Ideas from working with many fabricators
The link between designers and fabricator
Presentation Drawings to better sell your product
Coordination during the approval process
Drawings the shop and field follow
Clear description of exactly what you are providing
Record for your customer for future use
Basis for dealing with back charges, extras, and litigation
Freedom for you to run your business
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