The construction industry has advanced a lot. With the change in the method, services, and time the working pattern has seen a major change. We at CAD Outsourcing Services are renowned providers of Shop Drawing Services, engineering services, and CAD Services. For any construction project, each member who is part of the project needs to undergo detailed information about different types of drawings that assists the companies to get approval for the project. These construction drawings are playing an important role as the process of the work is 100% accurate and precise.
The construction world is all set and surrounded with facts and that is to adhere to new technology and standards that make the work easier, simpler, and faster. These construction drawings are undertaken in working onto BIM projects, and that is possible only when we have accurate BIM shop drawings for it.
Before taking an understanding as to what these construction drawings all about, let us share with you a small summary of BIM services and Shop Drawing Services.
BIM Services: Building Information Modeling is the latest and the newest form of service that represents the 3D view of the design and drafting that has been created and developed by the team of BIM modelers and BIM companies. Once the model is created, it needs further updates and that is in the form considering different sets of drawings and those are GFC - Good for Construction, IFC - Issued for Construction, and, AFC - Approved for Construction.
Shop Drawing Services: The option of undertaking shop drawing services is to get a complete overview of the designs that are prepared in the form of 2D drawings and 3D models. The core reason to undertake the services of BIM shop drawings is to understand and review how the project would be looking like when the actual construction will be taking place. In other words, we can say that this set of shop drawings is the virtual guide for the stakeholders, contractors, and members who are an integral part of the project from its start to its end. Below mentioned types of drawings are the part through which the team gets the approval to start the physical construction of the project.
Let us proceed further and have a detailed view of knowing what these drawings are and why they are taken into consideration.
For any project, it is necessary to receive the final details of drawings that have the entire details of the project from its start to its end. The drawing or set of drawings that are taken into consideration is GFC drawings. The term or full form of GFC is Good For Construction. These drawings are playing an important role in all types of construction projects. The information that is shared in these construction drawings is an integral part that depicts the full and final services of the construction drawings that have specifications and details for a designated project.
The approval of these drawings is entirely done by the team of local governing agencies and the stakeholders. To make it understand in a more simple way, let us say that these GFC Drawings are a successful roadmap that gives details of the complete construction process.
GFC drawings include accurate details such as Architectural GFC Drawings, Structural GFC Drawings, Mechanical GFC Drawings, Electrical GFC Drawings, Plumbing GFC Drawings, Fire GFC drawings, Elevation Drawings, Steel and Staircase Drawings, and other important drawings that are taken into consideration in a construction project. Posts reviewing these drawings the clients give the signal for good to go as well as the local governing authorities.
The purpose of undertaking IFC drawings is to understand the set of bid drawings and specifications for all the changes that have been made in the construction drawings. This overall process of work plays an important role because all these changes are considered post having a discussion with the team and stakeholders of the project. Moreover, these modified changes share the relevancy of the drawings which are further considered and termed as IFC drawings. The full form of IFC is - Issued For Construction drawings.
The team at CAD Outsourcing Services is known for its services that are being offered to its clients globally. No matter how complex the project design or drawing may be, our team thoroughly reviews the work and shares their views on it. Because of this reason we are the leading provider of IFC drawings serving its clients across the globe and also assist in sharing the view for IFC BIM projects.
No matter the size of the project or for whichever industry it is, we have a team of in-house designers and drafters who assist the clients in all the projects and in all possible ways it can be. Our team of architects has years of experience and based on our experience we assure our clients to give accurate IFC drawings that are in demand for the project. No matter whether the project is for residential, commercial, and industrial or any building project, the stakeholders of the project undertake IFC drawings before proceeding further for on-site construction.
The name of the service itself means what is the purpose of undertaking this set of services or outsourcing it. The in-house team at CAD Outsourcing Services gives assistance to its clients in providing ways and techniques to get approval from the governing bodies to start the work of construction. The work of AFC (Approved for Construction) means having the final review of the drawings and designs that are being reviewed, checked, and given approval by the authorities of internal and external government bodies of the construction team. This process or the work includes the active participation of clients and the team members who are an important part of the project from its start to its end.
In other words, we can say that the construction team needs to have proper stamping and AFC marked up in the designs and drawings for the overall construction work and its activities.
Contact Us today and get assistance further to know the overall process of the work and taking one step ahead in letting your dream project be converted into reality with properly updated details that are required for the successful construction of a building.