Facade System Detailing
Unitized and Stick Curtain Wall
Sliding Glass Doors
ACM Cladding Systems
BIM Families for façade systems
Full glazing 3D models
Shop Drawings in BIM format
Autodesk Inventor Models
Commercial/Residential Drafting and Design
PDF to CAD conversion
Architectural BIM Modeling
2D to 3D Conversion
Building Permit Drawings
Related Services: Mock-Up Drawings, Extrusion Die Drawings, Proposal Drawings
A TYPICAL SET OF DRAWINGS WILL CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING:
1. Cover Sheet
This sheet contains all the miscellaneous job information including: general notes, door schedule, door hardware schedule, miscellaneous glass and glazing schedule, glass type schedule, legend, window schedule, general contractor information, architect information, job location, revision block and an area for architect/contractor approval stamps and comments.
2. Die Sheet(s):
This sheet(s) contains all of the dies (and associated part numbers) that will be utilized in the project.
3. Key Floor Plan Sheet(s):
The floor plans are drawn to a scale of 1/8″ = 1′-0″ and contain the locations of all the work shown on the shop drawings. All work is keyed with a sheet number for quick access.
5. Elevation Sheet(s):
The elevations are typically drawn to scale at 1/2″ =1′-0″ (“d” size sheet). Typical elevations include all dimensioning, quantities, architectural references, detail balloons with sheet numbers, door numbers, and door swings.
4. Detail Sheet(s):
The details are typically drawn at full scale (“d” size sheet). Typical details include dimensioning, architectural references, perimeter construction (substrate) and notes (part numbers, by other designations, fabrication and installation notes).