Having developed documentation for projects around the world, CorbisStudio merges best practices with a refreshed approach. Essential for both follow-through and easy access, we evaluate every relevant facet necessary.
From the initial project manual to construction documents, we know how crucial a frame of reference is for collaboration. It means designing each set of architectural drawings in a format and style best for the target recipient. Be they a structural engineer, general contractor, or architecture studios.
The readability of documentation makes a difference for all parties. Project management leads particularly can vouch the quicker documents are assessed, the faster everyone can coordinate. Such is a universalism for every project niche.
Our style, formatting, and language all emphasize ease of review with skimping on details. This curbs misuse, errors, and the need for further explanation, all essential for quality turnout and scheduling.
Documents typically follow standard purposes. Respecting the aim and technical language of the target readership goes a long way towards quality drawing design.
Cost estimates, for instance, should have precise stipulations. Precon documents like the project manual should showcase goals. BIM documentation should detail design facets. Construction drawings should feature locational and logistical pragmatics. Prioritizing minimizes convolution and maximizes usability.