CAD Drafting Service Helps Create As-Built Drawings
What Are As-Built Drawings?
"As-built" is a term that is generally used in the areas of Architectural, Engineering, Construction (AEC). There are two types of “As-built” drawings: (1) those that are created during construction by the contractor and that show, in red ink, on-site changes to the original construction document; and (2) drawings of an existing structure, created from field measurements of the same structure. Since as-built drawings can be documented either after or during construction, it’s important to note two distinctions: (1) When it's after construction, a qualified technician collects accurate data to reconstruct the drawings; (2) When it's during construction, the design drawings are redmarked for editing