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MEP coordination drawings

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Quote Originally Posted by ketanco View Post
It is very important to have your MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing) coordination drawings prepared and approved all parties involved as soon as possible during the project. This should be done before ideally any ceiling work starts at the ceiling. Include also fire alarm, fire protection, security system conduits and pipes in this too. In addition to all involved parties, you will also need to show this drawing to your architect. Recently, on projects that are large enough, this is starting to be done with BIM, but on smaller projects you will only see the coordinated CAD drawings. The contractors for each trade will require the CAD drawings from your architect to start the drawings. Usually Mechanical contractor is the first place to start, as his ducts occupy the most volume and everyone can coordinate around that or he will make slight changes after others comments. Of course this applies to building construction.


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