MEP SHOP DRAWING SERVICES
MEP drawings are technical drawings that provide detailed information about the Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and Fire Protection systems within a building design. Tejjy BIM Inc. building MEP drawings typically includes information about the layout and routing of pipes, ducts, and electrical wiring, as well as the location of equipment such as boilers, HVAC units, and electrical panels. They are used by architects, engineers, and contractors to design and construct buildings, and are essential for ensuring that the building’s systems are safe, efficient, and compliant with MEP standard codes and regulations.
MEP coordination drawings with specified BIM LOD (Level of Detailing 100-500) ease the creation, fabrication, installation, assembly, and facility management for the design-build process. Tejjy BIM Inc. adopts Revit, and Naviswork to facilitate construction drawings services for Mechanical/HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire protection, Architectural, Structural, and Façade shop drawings.
Experienced MEP engineers provide detailed MEP fabrication drawings and mechanical shop drawings including duct detailing, water supply detailing, and panel distribution drawings.
Our Coordinated MEPF Shop Drawing Services Include
Mechanical HVAC (Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning) Drawings
Facilitate the detailed layouts and technical specifications of the Mechanical/HVAC components & systems of a building. Mechanical shop drawings include plans and layouts of components like heating vents, air conditioning systems, HVAC ducts, elevator layouts, detailed layouts for escalators, ventilation systems of a building, and components of the heating and cooling systems. These comprehensive engineering shop drawings for mechanical/HVAC components depict detailed layouts of vertical transportation systems and their components, such as passenger & goods lifts, escalators, and travellators, as well. HVAC duct shop drawings, also known as ducting drawings in construction, offer a detailed layout of the arrangement of HVAC components in a building. Mechanical shop drawings in construction do not only represent a detailed layout of the system but also communicate a precise intent of the design of the components with technical details to the MEP engineers. Tejjy’s team of experts ensure accuracy while providing shop drawing services to their clients.
MEP Electrical Drawings
A MEP electrical shop drawing is a technical representation of the electrical system or the components of the electrical system installed in a built facility. MEP Electrical shop drawings/fabrication drawings are an integral part of the construction process. It assists site Engineers, Architects, Electrical Contractors & project managers to extract the required data for the installation of electrical components on the building premises. Electrical drawings in construction facilitate professionals with precise technical data which can be used to customize the building’s electrical system according to the required specifications. Power supply and distribution, control systems, access and security systems, information & communication systems, and interior and outdoor lighting are all examples of electrical systems found inside a building.
MEP Plumbing Drawings
Plumbing shop drawings or MEP plumbing drawings represent a detailed layout of the plumbing system in a building. Plumbing drawings represent the arrangement of the system to provide a clear idea & precise communication of the design intent to the plumbing contractor and engineers. The plumbing system in a building includes components such as piping systems, building drainage, garbage disposals, sewerage & wastewater carriers. They also show fluid and air transportation for heating and cooling, potable and non-potable water supply, fuel gas piping, and waste removal from a building. MEP drawings for plumbing or plumbing shop drawings can be used as a reference by manufacturers to manufacture parts of the systems as per the client’s requirements and building specifications. Our MEP drawings services for plumbing drawings ensure the accurate arrangement of plumbing components & detailed technical details in the MEP drawings.
MEP Sprinkler Drawings
MEP Fire protection shop drawings are visual & technical representations of the fire protection elements. The fire protection industry relies heavily on fire protection shop drawings which are also known as installation drawings, fabrication drawings, or working plans for fire protection design. This design package, prepared by or on behalf of the installation contractor, comprises the most critical details of fire sprinkler system design. Pipes, sprinklers, hangers, pressure gauge control valves, check valves, and other fire prevention elements are depicted in fire protection shop drawings. The fire protection shop drawings facilitate a streamlined workflow for the installation of fire protection components in a building. It also saves overall cost and a considerable amount of time in the construction project.
Benefits of MEP Shop Drawings Services
MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) shop drawing services typically include the following:
- Detailed drawings of the Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing systems and components, including the layout and routing of pipes, ducts, and electrical wiring, as well as the location of equipment such as boilers, HVAC units, and electrical panels.
- Coordination with architectural and structural drawings to ensure that the MEP systems are integrated seamlessly into the overall design of the building and that there are no conflicts between different systems.
- Review and updating of MEP As-built drawings to reflect changes or updates in building codes or equipment standards.
- Creation of detailed shop drawings for construction and fabrication purposes, including detailed dimensions, material specifications, assembly instructions, dimensions, weight, joints, and connections.
- Onsite support during the construction process to ensure that the building’s systems are installed correctly and to the proper specifications.
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Why Outsource MEP Shop Drawings Services to Tejjy ?
Tejjy Inc. is one of the best MEP drawings service providers in Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia, Baltimore, and all across the USA from construction drawings to AS-Built drawings.
Cost savings: Outsourcing MEP shop drawing services can be more cost-effective than hiring in-house staff, as it eliminates the need to pay for employee benefits, training, and other overhead costs.
Efficiency: Our team of architects, engineers, and modelers are equipped with the latest software and technology like Autodesk Revit, and Naviswork to cut down your work stress with our efficiency.
Access to the specialized & dedicated design team: MEP shop drawings provided by our experienced and talented in-house team of qualified MEP engineers, BIM consultants, Architects, and Contractors provide quality assured services with client-centric solutions.
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Mechanical Shop Drawings:
Mechanical shop drawing services are used for air conditioning and heating, venting, and air conditioning. HVAC shop drawings include the entire specifications and locations.
Electrical Shop Drawings:
Through detailed electrical shop drawings, contractors can analyze electrical services. These include power supply and distribution, access and security system, and interior and exterior lighting. Electrical shop drawings represent the locations of placing electrical switches, wiring path, and load shedding information.
Plumbing Shop Drawings:
MEP shop drawings of plumbing include a piping system for sanitary, water supply system, and fixtures. Pipe spool drawings or Fabrication drawings from BIM are created to manage the proper on-site installation. The spool is a section of the piping system. These assembly drawings of pipes and components are delivered in prefabrication on-site. Spool drawings guide in assembling the fixture demonstrating the physical sequence of equipment and connections.
Construction Drawings VS Shop Drawings
Construction drawings are a graphical representation of the construction process. It includes architectural drawings, mechanical drawing, electrical drawings, HVAC drawings, and other design drawings. Whereas shop drawings are typically required for prefabricated components. Construction design drawing services are used to represent buildings or structures, whilst shop drawings are used to describe specific construction components. Shop drawings, in contrast to design and construction drawings, give more detailed and precise information.
Our Detailed MEP shop drawing services allow MEP Contractors, Engineers, Subcontractors, General Contractors, and Product Manufacturers to easily install and fabricate. MEP shop drawings assist construction document sets to be more cohesive. Contractors and engineers use these design sets to obtain accurate specifications and uncover flaws before the commencement of construction, saving time, money, and labor costs.
- Architects: Architects use MEP drawings to ensure that the building’s systems are integrated seamlessly into the overall design and that the building meets all necessary codes and regulations. They also use them to coordinate with other design professionals such as structural and civil engineers.
- Engineers: MEP engineers create and review MEP drawings to ensure that the building’s systems are safe, efficient, and compliant with codes and regulations. They use the drawings to design and specify the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, including the layout and routing of pipes, ducts, and electrical wiring, as well as the location of equipment such as boilers, HVAC units, and electrical panels.
- Contractors: Contractors use MEP drawings as a guide during the construction process to ensure that the building’s systems are installed correctly and to the proper specifications. They also use the drawings to identify any potential issues or conflicts with other building systems.
- Building owners: Building owners use MEP drawings to understand the building’s systems, to identify any potential issues or inefficiencies, and to plan for maintenance and upgrades.
- Facility managers: Facility managers use MEP drawings to understand the building’s systems, to identify any potential issues or inefficiencies, and to plan for maintenance and upgrades. They also use them to verify compliance with regulations and codes.
Overall, MEP drawings are used by a wide range of professionals throughout the design, construction, and operation of a building, to ensure that the building’s systems are safe, efficient and comply with the codes and regulations.