Coordination drawings are essential in any construction project. They are used to coordinate various building systems, such as mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection systems. Coordination drawings are an essential tool for ensuring that all building systems work together smoothly and that there are no conflicts or collisions during construction. In this article, we will explore what coordination drawings are and how Digital Piloto can help in creating them.
Coordination drawings are 2D or 3D drawings that show how building systems will be installed in a building. They are created by combining different trade-specific drawings to form a single drawing that shows all building systems in relation to each other. Coordination drawings are essential because they allow architects, engineers, and contractors to identify and resolve any conflicts between building systems before construction begins.
HVAC Shop Drawings is a powerful tool that can help architects, engineers, and contractors create accurate and detailed coordination drawings. It allows users to create 2D and 3D models of building systems and then combine them to form a single, coordinated drawing. HVAC Shop Drawings also include clash detection features that can help identify any conflicts between building systems, allowing them to be resolved before construction begins. Our architects, engineers, and contractors work well to coordinate with various building systems and ensure that they work together smoothly.
Our collaboration features allow team members to work together in real time, regardless of their location. This means that architects, engineers, and contractors can work together to create accurate and detailed coordination drawings, reducing the likelihood of conflicts or errors during construction.