Checklist for Perfect Design Drawings
Review your design drawings to perfection with this easy to use
drawing checklist, made for Architects and Engineers.
Quality of work is one of the most critical factors when we chose to get external help from experts. Every organization tries to follow a certain benchmark of quality. When you outsource to an external entity it is of utmost importance that the quality expectations are in synchronization. When outsourcing drafting work, companies can have the following concerns with respect to reliability and quality assurance,
- Reliability of outsourcing partner
- Quality of work- will it meet our expectations?
- Confidentiality of data
- Timely project delivery
We aim to consistently improve our operational efficiency with process enhancement and aim for client delight. Throughout the years we have developed standard practices and processes which assures quality output with quick turn-around time with minimal errors.
For the purpose of providing the best quality output, we have designed “3-levels of quality checks (QC) process”. It ensures at every stage of value engineering, a certain standard is maintained which successively accumulate to optimum quality standard. After successfully passing each level of QC, the completed work is being transferred to the client and if any feedback, is being incorporated.
3-Level of Quality Checks (QC) in BIM
At Level-1, re-check all line work, dimensions, layering, text, spelling, title blocks, xrefs, etc to ensure that the CAD file is as per the original drawing. We ensure that every micro detail of input is aligned with pre-defined standards.
Buddy review – Team lead re-verifies the CAD file for accuracy by comparing it to the original document. The team lead will carefully note any errors or omissions. If any disconnects are found, the engineer will rework on it to correct the problems.
Level-3 quality control is a thorough final review of the corrected CAD file to ensure all mistakes have been resolved. If no errors are found then AutoCAD (dwg) or Revit (rvt) file is exported to PDF format and ready for transfer to the client.