Architectural Drafting Solutions

BluEnt offers drafting solutions for commercial, institutional and residential architects that include project-based and retainer models. Drafting resources including drafters and technologists are provided to supplement design teams for both small and large architectural firms.

Once the initial design is shared, we assess requirements for allocating a junior or a senior resource. Some projects require a mix of senior resources combined with junior drafters to achieve a balanced team. Technologists that are experienced with construction details and have worked with diverse materials are a good fit for commercial and institutional projects and are assigned accordingly. Resources that have experience with residential and hospitality perform well with residential and multi-family architectural firms. Get in touch with our experts to know more about Drafting SolutionsE-mail: US: +1 (832) 476 8459 Canada: +1 (647) 478 5230

Our solutions allow for a rigorous quality check process that involves maintaining checklists and past project references. The quality check process is typically a three-step process that includes peer to peer checking and auditing by managers. Architectural project managers usually lead teams and also provide technical knowledge to support the drafters.

Architectural drafting solution includes support right from the design development stage to the creation of construction drawings. We often get involved with a project when it has reached a stage closer to 50% DD. Support for building sections, floor plans and elevations is provided by our team. Once the design reaches 100 % DD, roofing and electrical plans are worked upon in addition to joinery details. The construction drawing set includes sheet setup, dimensioning and annotations using the template provided by our clients. BluEntCAD can also develop template files if required.

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