J. Krentz Design can supply Construction Project Shop Drawings for approval before any work starts in the shop or out on the construction site. Our shop drawings provide detailed assembly information and precise fabrication information in both 2d and 3d to help speed construction accuracy and reduce costs. Below are some of the standards we use when preparing shop drawings for your project.
Comparison information for the architect and engineer on Construction Project Shop Drawings
Shop drawings address the appearance, performance, and prescriptive descriptions in the specifications and construction drawings. Shop drawings are more detailed in description than the information shown in the construction documents provided by the architect and engineer. References to the construction documents, drawings, and specifications are provided to assist the architect and engineer in their review of the shop drawings. We strive to provide clear, accurate and schematically complete shop drawings to facilitate the architect’s and engineer’s approval of product fabrication and assembly before construction.
Notes of changes or alterations from the construction documents
Notes concerning changes or differences from the original Construction Project Shop Drawings documents will be made for the architect’s and engineer’s approval prior to the completion of final shop drawings. Ultimately, the architect and engineer of record are responsible for any changes to the construction documents and should have the opportunity to analyze these modifications. A dialogue between J. Krentz Design and the architect and engineer is necessary to resolve any areas needing clarification. Successful installations are the result of collaboration between J. Krentz Design, the designer, fabricator, and contractor.