We provide proper Engineering Drawings based on our extensive experience to obtain Municipal Building Permits for proposed construction, addition or renovation of Commercial, Industrial and Residential buildings including Commercial Retail Plazas, Banquet Halls, Restaurants, Custom Build Homes, Medical Buildings, Office Buildings, Industrial Buildings, Gas Stations, Convenience Stores, Retirement Homes, and Custom Build Homes in Ontario including Toronto, Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa, Clarington, Brighton, Port Hope, Cobourg, Trenton, Belleville, Peterborough, Kawartha Lakes, Port Perry, Uxbridge, Stouffville, Sutton, Georgina, Keswick, Newmarket, Bradford, Barrie, Innisfil, New Tecumseth, Aurora, Richmond Hill, Markham, Vaughan, Woodbridge, King City, Bolton, Caledon, Orangeville, Brampton, Mississauga, Milton, Georgetown, Guelph, Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo, Woodstock, London, Brantford, Hamilton, Stoney Creek, Grimsby, St. Catharines, Niagara on the Lake, Niagara Falls, Fort Erie, Welland, Burlington and Oakville.
We also do verfication for Construction Compliance.
If the property is covered by a site plan control by-law, building permit will not be issued until the plans and drawings have been approved by the municipality. In addition to the planning approvals and building permit which are required for a building project, other permits and approvals including Conservation Authority and Ministry of Transportation approvals.
Typical Site Plan may include the following:
· All existing underground municipal services and utilities
Cost for site plan is $1,475
Proper site servicing and grading plans are prepared to fit within the constraints of the lot, creating cost-effective site specific plans to meet city, town, county and /or region requirements. Typical Site Servicing, Erosion Control & Grading Plan may include
The cost for Site Servicing is $2,450 .
If combined with Site Plan, Fee for Site Servicing Plan - $2,250(Total of $3,725)
Fee for Site Grading Plan - $2,450.
If combined with Site Servicing Plan, Fee for Site Grading Plan - $1,950 (Total of $4,400).
If combined with Site Plan and Site Servicing Plan, Fee for Site Grading Plan - $1,875 (Total of $5,600)
Our best price for Stormwater Management Report is $2,450 .
If combined Site Grading Plan , Fee for Stormwater management report - $1,950 (Total of $4,400).
If combined with Site Servicing and Site Grading Plan, Fee for Stormwater Management Report - $1,450 (Total of $5,850)
If combined with Site Plan, Site Servicing, Site Grading Plan Fee for Srtormwater Management Report - $1,350 (Total of $6,950)
We offer our stormwater management report / plan services in the following municipalities:
City of Brant, City of Brantford, City of Chatham-Kent, City of Greater Sudbury, Town of Haldimand, City of Hamilton, City of Kawartha Lakes, Town of Norfolk, City of Ottawa, City of Prince Edward, City of Toronto
City of Oshawa, City of Pickering, Municipality of Clarington, Town of Ajax, Town of Whitby, Township of Brock, Township of Scugog, Township of Uxbridge
City of Burlington, Town of Halton Hills, Town of Milton, Town of Oakville
City of Niagara Falls, City of Port Colborne, City of St. Catharines, City of Thorold, City of Welland, Town of Fort Erie, Town of Grimsby, Town of Lincoln, Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Town of Pelham, Township of Wainfleet, Township of West Lincoln
City of Brampton, City of Mississauga, Town of Caledon
City of Cambridge, City of Kitchener, City of Waterloo, Township of North Dumfries, Township of Wellesley, Township of Wilmot, Township of Woolwich
City of Vaughan, Town of Aurora, Town of East Gwillimbury, Town of Georgina, City of Markham, Town of Newmarket, Town of Richmond Hill, Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, Township of King
Municipality of Arran Elderslie, Municipality of Brockton, Municipality of Kincardine, Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula, Municipality of South Bruce, Town of Saugeen Shores, Town of South Bruce Peninsula, Township of Huron-Kinloss
Town of Grand Valley, Town of Mono, Town of Orangeville, Town of Shelburne, Township of Amaranth, Township of East Garafraxa, Township of Melancthon, Township of Mulmur
City of St Thomas, Municipality of Bayham, Municipality of Central Elgin, Municipality of Dutton/Dunwich, Municipality of West Elgin, Town of Aylmer, Township of Malahide, Township of Southwold
City of Windsor (Separated), Municipality of Leamington, Town of Amherstburg, Town of Essex, Town of Kingsville, Town of Lakeshore, Town of LaSalle, Town of Tecumseh, Township of Pelee
City of Kingston (Separated), Township of Central Frontenac, Township of Frontenac Islands, Township of North Frontenac, Township of South Frontenac
City of Owen Sound, Town of The Blue Mountains, Town of Hanover, Municipality of Meaford, Township of Chatsworth, Township of Georgian Bluffs,, Municipality of Grey Highlands, Township of Southgate, Municipality of West Grey
Township of Algonquin Highlands, Municipality of Dysart et al, Municipality of Highlands East, Township of Minden Hills
City of Belleville (Separated), City of Quinte West, Municipality of Centre Hastings, Municipality of Hastings Highlands, Municipality of Marmora and Lake, Municipality of Tweed, Town of Bancroft, Town of Deseronto, Township of Carlow/Mayo, Township of Faraday, Township of Limerick, Township of Madoc, Township of Stirling-Rawdon, Township of Tudor & Cashel, Township of Tyendinaga, Township of Wollaston
Municipality of Bluewater, Municipality of Central Huron, Municipality of Huron East, Municipality of Morris-Turnberry, Municipality of South Huron, Town of Goderich, Township of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh, Township of Howick, Township of North Huron,
City of Sarnia, Municipality of Lambton Shores, Town of Petrolia, Municipality of Brooke-Alvinston, Township of Dawn-Euphemia, Township of Enniskillen, Town of Plympton-Wyoming, Township of St. Clair, Township of Warwick, Village of Oil Springs, Village of Point Edward
Town of Smiths Falls, Town of Carleton Place, Town of Mississippi Mills, Town of Perth, Township of Beckwith, Township of Drummond-North Elmsle, Township of Lanark Highlands, Township of Montague, Township of Tay Valley
Leeds & Grenville
City of Brockville, Municipality of North Grenville, Town of Gananoque, Town of Prescott, Township of Athens, Township of Augusta, Township of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal, Township of Elizabethtown - Kitley, Township of Leeds & the Thousand Islands, Township of Front of Yonge, Township of Rideau Lakes, Village of Merrickville-Wolford, Village of Westport
Lennox and Addington
Town of Greater Napanee, Township of Addington Highlands, Township of Loyalist, Township of Stone Mills
City of London, Municipality of North Middlesex, Municipality of Southwest Middlesex, Municipality of Thames Centre, Township of Adelaide Metcalfe, Township of Lucan Biddulph, Township of Middlesex Centre, Township of Strathroy - Caradoc, Village of Newbury
Municipality of Brighton, Town of Cobourg, Municipality of Port Hope, Municipality of Trent Hills, Township of Alnwick/Haldimand, Township of Cramahe, Township of Hamilton
City of Woodstock, Town of Ingersoll, Town of Tillsonburg, Township of Blandford Blenheim, Township of East Zorra-Tavistock, Township of Norwich, Township of South-West Oxford, Township of Zorra
City of Stratford, Municipality of North Perth, Town of St. Marys, Township of Perth East, Township of Perth South, Municipality of West Perth
City of Peterborough, Township of Asphodel-Norwood, Township of Cavan Monaghan, Township of Douro-Dummer, Township of Havelock-Belmont-Methuen, Township of North Kawartha, Township of Otonabee-South Monaghan, Township of Selwyn, Municipality of Trent Lakes
Prescott and Russell, United Counties
City of Clarence-Rockland, Municipality of Casselman, Municipality of The Nation, Town of Hawkesbury, Township of Alfred & Plantagenet, Township of Champlain, Township of East Hawkesbury, Township of Russell
City of Pembroke, Town of Arnprior, Town of Deep River, Town of Laurentian Hills, Town of Petawaw, Town of Renfrew, Township of Admaston-Bromley, Township of Bonnechere Valley, Township of Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan, Township of Greater Madawaska, Township of Horton, Township of Killaloe, Hagarty & Richards, Township of Laurentian Valley, Township of Madawaska Valley, Township of McNab-Braeside, Township of North Algona-Wilberforce, Township of Whitewater Region, United Townships of Head, Clara & Maria
City of Barrie, City of Orillia, Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury, Town of Collingwood, Town of Innisfil, Town of Midland, Town of New Tecumseth, Town of Penetanguishene, Town of Wasaga Beach, Township of Adjala-Tosorontio, Township of Clearview, Township of Essa, Township of Oro-Medonte, Township of Ramara, Township of Severn, Township of Springwater, Township of Tay, Township of Tiny
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry
City of Cornwall, Municipality of South Dundas, Township of North Dundas, Township of North Glengarry, Township of North Stormont, Township of South Glengarry, Township of South Stormont
City of Guelph, Town of Erin, Town of Minto, Township of Centre Wellington, Township of Guelph-Eramosa, Township of Mapleton, Township of Puslinch, Township of Wellington North
City of Elliot Lake, City of Sault Ste Marie, Municipality of Huron Shores, Town of Blind River, Town of Bruce Mines, Town of Thessalon, Township of Dubreuilville, Township of Hilton, Township of Hornepayne, Township of Jocelyn, Township of Johnson, Township of Laird, Township of Macdonald, Meredith & Aberdeen Add'itional, Municipality of Wawa, Township of Plummer Additional, Township of Prince, Township of Spanish, Township of St. Joseph, Township of Tarbutt & Tarbutt Additional, Township of The North Shore, Township of White River, Village of Hilton Beach
City of Timmins, Town of Cochrane, Town of Hearst, Town of Iroquois Falls, Town of Kapuskasing, Town of Moosonee, Town of Smooth Rock Falls, Township of Black River Matheson, Township of Fauquier-Strickland, Township of Mattice-Val Cote, Township of Moonbeam, Township of Opasatika, Township of Val Rita-Harty
City of Dryden, City of Kenora, Municipality of Red Lake, Municipality of Sioux Lookout, Township of Ear Falls, Township of Ignace, Township of Machin, Township of Pickle Lake, Township of Sioux Narrows - Nestor Falls
Town of Gore Bay, Town of Northeastern Manitoulin and The Islands, Township of Assiginack, Municipality of Billings, Township of Burpee & Mills, Municipality of Central Manitoulin. Township of Cockburn Island, Municipality of Gordon/Barrie Island, Township of Tehkummah
Town of Bracebridge, Town of Gravenhurst, Town of Huntsville, Township of Georgian Bay, Township of Lake of Bays, Township of Muskoka Lakes
City of North Bay, Municipality of Temagami, Municipality of West Nipissing, Town of Mattawa, Township of Bonfield, Township of Calvin, Township of Chisholm, Municipality of East Ferris, Township of Mattawan, Township of Papineau-Cameron, Township of South Algonquin
Municipality of Callander, Municipality of Magnetawan, Municipality of Powassan, Municipality of Whitestone, Town of Kearney, Town of Parry Sound, Township of Armour, Township of Carling, Township of Joly, Township of Machar, Township of McDougall, Township of McKellar, Township of McMurrich/Monteith, Township of Nipissing, Township of Perry, Township of Ryerson, Township of Seguin, Township of Strong, Township of The Archipelago, Village of Burk's Falls, Village of South River, Village of Sundridge
Town of Fort Frances, Town of Rainy River, Township of Alberton, Township of Atikokan, Township of Chapple, Township of Dawson, Township of Emo, Township of La Vallee, Township of Lake of the Woods, Township of Morley
Municipality of French River, Municipality of Killarney, Municipality of Markstay-Warren, Municipality of St. Charles, Town of Espanola, Township of Baldwin, Township of Chapleau, Township of Nairn & Hyman, Township of Sables Spanish Rivers
City of Temiskaming Shores, Municipality of Charlton and Dack, Town of Cobalt, Town of Englehart, Town of Kirkland Lake, Town of Latchford, Township of Armstrong, Township of Brethour, Township of Casey, Township of Chamberlain, Township of Coleman, Township of Evanturel, Township of Gauthier, Township of Harley, Township of Harris, Township of Hilliard, Township of Hudson, Township of James, Township of Kerns, Township of Larder Lake, Township of Matachewan, Township of McGarry, Village of Thornloe
City of Thunder Bay, Municipality of Greenstone, Municipality of Neebing, Municipality of Oliver Paipoonge, Town of Marathon, Township of Conmee, Township of Dorion, Township of Gillies, Township of Manitouwadge, Township of Nipigon, Township of O'Connor, Township of Red Rock, Township of Schreiber, Municipality of Shuniah, Township of Terrace Bay
We prepare thorough, detailed, and clear Engineering Drawings to suit your needs while also adhering to design requirements of the municipality and submit to municipality for review and approval to obtain building permits. Combining our knowledge in Building Science and extensive experience in Engineering Design, we offer perfect solution to our clients.
A building permit is an approval granting the legal permission to start construction knowing that the issued drawings comply with appropriate building codes and governmental regulations. The required drawings for any Building Permit application will vary depending on the specific and type of proposed construction for the project. According to the Ontario Building Code no person shall construct or demolish or cause a building to be constructed or demolished in a municipality unless a permit has been issued therefore by the Chief Building Official. The Ontario Building Code also defines construct to mean the doing of anything in the erection, installation, extension, material alteration or repair of a building.
A building permit is required for any new building greater than 10 sq m (108 sq ft), any addition to an existing building, any material alterations to an existing building which affects: the structural design of the building; mechanical; electrical; plumbing services (no limit on size of building); fire separations; exiting; fire protection systems; and the use of buildings or parts thereof.
Typical residential projects that require a building permit as follows:
Typical commercial/industrial/institutional projects that require a building permit as follows:
Having vast experience in engineering designing, we offer effective, innovative and cost efficient concept designing, design detailing and construction drawings to our clients. Our team's proficiency in conceptualizing designs and plan in accordance with our clients' requirements has made us very successful.
The following plans are required to be submitted with a building permit application:
Foundation plan will show the main floor framing, main floor plan will indicate the upper floor framing and the upper floor will indicate the ceiling joist or roof system
The following information should be shown on a floor plan:
Cross Sections - this presents a view of a building along an imaginary cut, showing the structural elements of the building and exposing what is hidden behind the walls. Note: all floor plans to be cross referenced from the building section
Cross-sections indicate how the roof, wall and floors are to be constructed, indicating heights and transfer of loading for all structural components
Cross-sections through the proposed and existing structure(s) is required to show building materials and how they relate to one another
The location of a cross-section is shown by the cross-section symbol on the floor plans
The following information should be shown on a cross-section, although a larger scale drawing may be necessary to fully explain a particular aspect of the project which varies from conventional construction practices:
Building Elevations - identifies how your project is going to appear from the outside, such as exterior materials, as well as relation to finished grade or to other existing buildings
Elevation drawings may be required for any project which would alter the exterior view of the building
For additions and alterations, pictures of the affected areas assist greatly in the review of the proposed work
The following information should be shown on an elevation:
Engineered Floor and Truss Drawings are required on all submissions where engineered products are being utilized
Engineered Plumbing and HVAC Drawings are required on all commercial, industrial, and institutional type buildings
Heat Loss and Duct Design Layout are required on all new construction and additions.
Once a complete application for a Building Permit is submitted to the city, the application will reviewed by Building & By-law staff who assess the application for compliance with the City’s zoning by-law, conformity with the Ontario Building Code, service connections, and any other factors which might apply to the specific project. We promptly respond to requests for information by Building & By-law staff to avoid unnecessary delays in obtaining the Building Permit. Once a complete application for a Building Permit is received, it usually takes 2 to 4 weeks to review plans by the Building & By-law staff and prepare a permit for issuance, depending on the project. The Building Permit will be issued when all necessary approvals have been obtained and fees for the Building Permit have been paid to the City. The Building Permit must be posted in plain view on the construction site for the building inspector from the city to verify at all times. The construction must comply with the plans and documents issued with your permit. Depending on the degree of change, revisions can lead to serious complications. Any changes, revisions, modifications to the approved construction drawings must be reported immediately to and approved by the city. A complete set of the approved permit drawings and documents should be kept on-site for use by the city building inspector. Building Permits to ensure structures are safe with respect to public health, fire protection and structural sufficiency. A Building Permit issued by the city ensures that the construction meets the minimum standards set out in the Ontario Building Code. Before the start of any construction project a Building Permit must be issued by the city. To commence construction without a Building Permit is illegal and a Provincial Offence under the Ontario Building Code Act; a penalty fee will be added to the Building Permit fee. All buildings, accessory buildings, decks and similar structures are required to meet certain restrictions as set out in the Zoning By-Law. These restrictions apply whether a Building Permit is required or not.
Zoning by-law rules that apply to the property must be determined during the preliminary planning stage of the project. Zoning by-laws regulate the use, size, location and types of buildings permitted on property in the City. The City By-law contains a wide array of land use and development regulations that must be met before a property can be used or a building erected. The regulations address such matters as:
Our commitment is to continually provide our customers the finest quality Engineering drawings at a fair and competitive price with a superior customer satisfaction.
Our commitment is to continually provide our customers the finest quality Engineering drawings at a fair and competitive price with a superior customer satisfaction.
Cost for Engineering Drawings for New Construction:/ Complete Renovation - Under 6,450 sq ft - will cost $1,950 plus $1.50 per sq ft.
If required cost of Architectural / HVAC / Plumbing / Electrical / Landscape Architect Drawings are additional.
Typical HVAC drawings with Heat Loss, Heat Gain and Duct Size Calculations stamped by a Professional Mechanical Engineer will cost from $750 for residential projects to $2,250 for typical commercial projects.
If required topographical survey by a licensed Ontario Land Surveyor may cost about $2,300 for residential projects to $3,950 for commercial projects.
Typical addition to a residential dwelling will cost $7,350 which includes all the required drawings including footing design, HVAC design and Geo Technical Testing.
If required Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment will cost $2,490.
Phase 2 Environmental Site Assessment will cost $6,950 for up to 6 boreholes and additional boreholes may cost $990/borehole. Drilling inside the building may cost additional $900.
Geotechnical testing may cost $6,950 for up to 6 boreholes, Additional boreholes may cost $990/borehole.
Combined Phase 2 Environmental Site Assessment and Geotechnical Testing may cost $9.950 for up to 6 boreholes and additional boreholes may cost $990/borehole.
If required Arborist report for residential projects may cost $395.
For projects adjacent to Conservation Areas,, If required by the Conservation Authority, Ecological Reports including Evaluation of existing vegetation communities using Ecological Land Classification protocols, Conduct amphibian surveys, review available background information, and assess potential for amphibian breeding; conduct three evening frog call surveys (late April, mid May, late May), Inquire for Species at Risk screening requirements with the MNR, conduct species at risk screening, if required, Conduct an inventory of vascular plant on the property during early summer, Conduct two breeding bird surveys in early summer, Record wildlife observation occurrences; assess wildlife habitat function on the property, Identify, assess, and include detailed descriptions of the natural heritage features and functions, including ANSI’s will cost over $13,500.
Slope Stability Assessment including drilling, soil analysis and installation of piezometers will cost minimum of $9,950.
Most of the outdoor signs require a sign permit. We design signs. The following information shall be shown on the structural plans for free-standing sign permits:
Signs using anchor bolts, welds, etc. shall be engineered and shall bear engineer’s seal and signature; Signs 25 feet or more in height shall be engineered.
Cost for a sign permit drawing is $1,200
We produce clear and easy to understand well organized accurate detailed structural drawings for steel fabricators and steel erectors.
We prepare error free detailed structural steel plans, drawings and other documents for the manufacture and erection of structural steel members including columns, beams, braces, trusses, stairs, handrails, joists and metal decking, used in the construction projects requiring structural steel, miscellaneous steel, and plate work, for government, commercial, public, industrial, institutional, and residential projects across Canada (Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Yukon) and the United States (Alabama; Arizona; Arkansas; California; Colorado; Connecticut; Delaware; Florida; Georgia; Idaho; Illinois; Indiana; Iowa; Kansas; Kentucky; Louisiana; Maine; Maryland; Massachusetts; Michigan; Minnesota; Mississippi; Missouri; Montana; Nebraska; Nevada; New Hampshire; New Jersey; New Mexico; New York; North Carolina; North Dakota; Ohio; Oklahoma; Oregon; Pennsylvania; Rhode Island; South Carolina; South Dakota; Tennessee; Texas; Utah; Vermont; Virginia; Washington; West Virginia; Wisconsin and Wyoming).
Our outstanding, dedicated and punctual structural steel detailers work closely with architects, engineers, general contractors and steel fabricators to complete projects within the budget in a timely manner..
Our expert team of professional steel detailers and checkers are well experienced in all aspects of structural steel detailing and highly regarded by steel fabricators, architects, engineers and contractors for error free detailed high-quality, low-cost structural steel drawings.
Our expert structural steel detailers prepare two primary types of precise drawings in a fully scalable, portable and compatible format: Shop Drawings and Erection Drawings.
Shop drawings, also called detail drawings, are used to specify the exact detailing requirements for fabricating each individual member of a steel structure, and are used by the steel fabricator to fabricate these members. Complete shop drawings show material specifications, member sizes, all required dimensions, welding, bolting, surface preparation and painting requirements, and any other information required to describe each completed member. Since shop drawings are intended for use by the steel fabrication shop, they contain little or no information about the erection and installation of the steel members they depict; this information belongs in the erection drawings.
Erection drawings are used to guide the steel erector on the construction site as to where and how to erect the fabricated structural steel members. Erection drawings show dimensioned plans to locate the structural steel members, and they often also show details with specific information and requirements, including all work that must be done in the field such as bolting, welding or installing wedge anchors. Since the erection drawings are intended for use in the field, they contain very little specific information about the fabrication of any individual steel member; members should already be completed by the time the erection drawings are used.
Out expert structural steel detailers comply with the requirements of the design drawings and with all industry standards and protocols, such as those established by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) and the American Welding Society (AWS).
Though our structural steel detailers and checkers are not responsible for design, including structural strength and integrity (which are the responsibility of the structural engineer), major dimensions of the structure and compliance with relevant building codes (which are the responsibility of the architect), we submit our detailed structural steel drawings to the structural engineer and/or architect for review and approval prior to the release of detailed structural steel drawings for fabrication. However, to complete our detailed structural steel drawings, our structural stell detailers usually suggest connections subject to the approval of the structural engineer in cases where the detailed structural steel drawings have insufficient information. In these situations, our expert steel detailers are guided by our experience and knowledge of existing engineering codes such as the Steel Construction Manual published by AISC.
Our experienced structural steel detailers use 3-D Modeling applications specifically designed for structural steel detailing, as the process for the production of detailed structural steel drawings using these applications is markedly different from a 2-D drafting approach. Our expert structural steel detailers literally build the project in 3D before producing detailed shop drawings from the model.
Our detailed structural steel drawings generally go through several phases. If there is any unclear information, clashes, conflicts and design problems that would prevent our structural steel detailers from creating or completing the detailed structural steel drawings accurately, a request for information is sent to the relevant trades - typically the general contractor, architect or structural engineer - before proceeding. If the required information is not needed immediately, then our structural steel detailers may opt to list the questions on the detailed structural steel drawings. Following creation of the detailed structural steel drawings, our structural steel detailers usually submit a copy of the detailed structural steel drawings to the architect and structural engineer for review and approval. Copies of the detailed structural steel drawings may be sent to other recipients at this time as well, such as the general contractor, for informational and coordination purposes. The accuracy and completeness of the detailed structural steel drawings will be checked by the "checker". To keep track of changes during the drawing creation workflow, the revisions are identified by incrementing an associated number or letter code which appears in the detail drawing revision block. Comments arising from approval and corrections made during checking will be resolved, and the original detailed structural steel drawings will be updated accordingly. Finally the detailed structural steel drawings will be released to the steel fabricator and/or steel erector for use in construction.
Cost of detailed structural steel drawings varies from the lowest $95 per ton for non-complicated standard configuration steel structures to $275 per ton for complicated skewed most complex one-of-a-kind steel structures. Compare our very competitive cheapest possible prices. Email us basic sketches/drawings to get a free quotation.
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Our structural steel detailers produce clear and easy to understand well organized accurate detailed structural drawings for steel fabricators and steel erectors.
We prepare error free detailed structural steel plans, drawings and other documents for the manufacture and erection of structural steel members including columns, beams, braces, trusses, stairs, handrails, joists and metal decking, used in the construction projects requiring structural steel, miscellaneous steel, and plate work, for government, commercial, public, industrial, institutional, and residential projects