This is the first step that involves the contractor contacting the services providing company and describing the project in brief. Later one, our experienced analysts and estimators will study the requirements and implement the most efficient materials specification based on your budget. We surely making sure that nothing is left behind or overspec'ed.
The process starts by checking the architectural design model. Using the architect's conception, engineers ensure the architect's building design fits the construction requirements. This step allows teams to identify the potential flaws or obstacles early on, which greatly benefits the build schedule. Without this step, these conditions could delay trade schedules due to the necessary revisions and time limitations. By performing this analysis beforehand, the design team can ensure the delivered project is code compliant.
Shop drawings are the drawings that the we use to build the MEP building design. Therefore, they must indicate the geometry, layout, dimensions, pressures, valves, types of materials, and the details of assembling the components, colors and textures, and so on. Shop drawings are generally two-dimensional drawings, but three-dimensional isometrics are often used for complex MEP details for the larger projects.