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Most projects require input from several disciplines to produce the full set of drawings and specifications needed to construct a building. The design team usually consists of architects, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineers, while some complex projects may require other specialist disciplines or consultants.
When the efforts of a design team are poorly coordinated, the graphics of one discipline may not match those of another. If such errors occur on the construction drawings, there is a possibility that the building may end up deficient, or a change order will be required to resolve the issue. To avoid consequences like this, it is essential that architects coordinate their efforts and ensure their graphic façade is correct.
At SD Engineering, through the use of advanced tools, equipment and technologies, we ensure that such a problem does not occur and that all the various elements fit together in unison to provide you with a comprehensive service. To ensure effective integration between disciplines, we set the right expectations before starting a project. The architect and engineers must agree on a set of deliverables that will facilitate their teams’ coordination efforts.
Because the overall design evolves based on client feedback, it’s important for different disciplines to communicate the changes they’re making, so everyone can stay on the same page. Simplifying the exchange of information is an important step in preventing defects as different parts of a design change over time.
Our dedicated SD Engineering Site Coordinators ensure information flows in such a way that projects of all dimensions are completed with minimal changes.
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