MEP Shop Drawings Services
Tesla Outsourcing Services has profound experience in offering qualitative and accurate MEP Shop Drawing Services for more than a decade at competitive rates. We have an in-house team of qualified MEP Engineers who are experienced in creating HVAC shop drawings as per the client’s requirements. It is our constant endeavor to deliver high-quality drawings and ensure customer satisfaction for all projects that we execute.
Our primary focus is to generate MEP Coordinated Drawings that improves the overall performance of a building. Precise coordinated drawings are vital for any construction project to be profitable and we ensure that the clashes are identified and resolved at the pre-construction stage itself and then generate fully coordinated HVAC, electrical and plumbing drawings.
MEP Shop Drawings are typically the contractor’s or manufacturer’s version of drawings that explains the fabrication of components to the manufacturer’s team. These set of drawings are required to manufacture pre-fabricated components in MEP installations and the primary emphasis here is on the details required for manufacturing the elements. MEP Installation Drawings show the typical installation of the components and are drawn for the contractor’s installation crew.
We Provide MEP Shop Drawings Services for
Train Stations & Airport
Hotels & Resorts
Schools & University
Industrial & Gas Stations
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Benefits of MEP Fabrication Drawings Services
- Coordinated shop drawings improves the efficiency and building quality by eliminating clashes before the actual construction thereby strengthening and streamlining the pre-construction fabrication process.
- MEP Fabrication Drawings have a detailed and scaled outline of all the parts of an assembly and facilitates the fabrication as it provides a clear picture of what to build.
- MEP drawings have built-in documentation of all the elements related to HVAC, electrical and plumbing components of a building. This is used to pinpoint the location of a faulty component.