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Fabrication Drawings Rate

Fabrication drawings should include the more detailed and accurate information that is needed for metal structure fabrication. At this stage we are focusing on detailing, checking and specifying the sizes of details and elements as well as marks and type of cross members which are to be used.
The most important goal for these drawings is to create the design concept as close to the standardized solution as possible in order to to decrease the cost of metal as well as overall expenses of the fabrication work.

  A guide on providing technical requirements for fabrication drawings (for pricing calculation):

  Here is what is needed from the Client:
1. To provide a list of requirements that may include the following: the construction phase, Master Schedule, deadlines, the address of a projects, number of stories of a building, client information (optional), scope of work from the General Contractor, architectural requirements, additional requirements and descriptions.
2. To provide a list of drawings, full set, sketches, CAD files
3. To be as specific as possible and specify the important information

  Here is what is needed from the Responsible Party:
1. To provide the scope of work with the detailed clarification and list work plan based on the requirements provided by the client
2. To calculate the estimated weight of metal and area of specific surface based on the scope of work
3. To specify if additional work is needed to be included in the scope of work
4. To put down the offer with the price according to project goals
We reserve the right to refuse the work not specified in the technical requirement from the client.

  Here is what is needed from both parties:
1. To thoroughly check the provided information and make sure the goals are in line with the requirements
2. To clarify any questions
3. To reduce the number of discrepancies that may arise if requirements are changed.

A guide on how to provide technical requirements for fabrication drawings (for final work).
These requirements represent the final request of the Client on the work to be performed and should be provided once the final price has been agreed upon.

  Here is what is needed from the Client:
1. To provide additional requirements that have not been included earlier
2. To provide final CAD files and drawings as well as sketches
3. To answer any questions from Engineers and General Contractors if there are any
4. To provide such Architectural and Structural requirements as type of primer, painting and color

  Here is what is needed from the Responsible Party:
1. To check all the changes which have been included or removed and add the appropriate changes to the project
2. To re-calculate the weight of metal and area of specific surface (if required)
3. To describe questions if there are any and provide the Client with them
4. To update the offer (if required)

  Here is what is needed from both parties:
1. To thoroughly check the provided information
2. To clarify questions if there are any
While working on a project changes can be made to the work plan and an additional offer can be provided based on the changes. Also, the Responsible Party can ask a Client any questions that may arise when working on the project.

  The final results that are to be provided will include the following (based on what is included in the scope of work):
1. Fabrication Drawing Set: GA, Assembly, Parts and etc.
2. Advance Bill of Material
3. 3D Model of Object.

  Our prices for Shop Drawing Services:
Hourly pay = $35.00-$40.00 per hour
Ton pay: $160.00-$260.00 per ton
The price varies based on the complexity of the project and scope of work. We also offer project-based pricing.

We also accept project-based pricing. If you are interested in other services that we provide please go to the Services tab on our website to learn more.