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Your architect, along with engineer(s) and other consultants, will prepare detailed construction documents before you put your shovel in the ground. In short, construction documents are written and graphic documentation for bidding and building the project. These documents are used to make many decisions, and they affect the outcome of the final project and the budget. In addition, construction documents:
Producing the construction documents takes a collective effort by many design professionals. The preparation will likely include architects, civil, structural, mechanical and electrical engineers, landscape architects, fire protection specialists, interior designers, security consultants, and other professionals. As the working drawings take shape, formulate more detailed budget estimates with your development team. It is vital that you are very involved in this stage. It is far cheaper to make changes on paper than to rip out a section of wall later.
Typical Construction Documents
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