With decades of cabinet manufacturing and software engineering experience, we have a unique technical perspective on the industry. We have practical design, production, operations, engineering and business experience in the casework and millwork manufacturing industry.
Shop drawing submittals serve three purposes. One purpose is to convey to the architect and contractor your understanding of their vision of the project. This answers the question to the architect, "Is this what you had in mind?".
The second purpose of a shop drawing submittal is to convey to the architect exactly HOW your shop is going to engineer and build their project. Ideally, a submittal drawing should leave nothing open for guessing or to interpretation. This is where a deep familiarity of and application of AWI standards are so important.
The third purpose of a shop drawing submittal is as a set of detailed instructions which tells your production crew how to build and install this project. It may sound like an overstatement of the obvious but shop drawings are the source documents as an informational and instructional guide for your prodcution crew and for your installers.
With a standard of engineering and drawing from the Architectural Woodworking Institute, you can be confident your project shop submittals are consistent with established standards of the industry. We use only Cabinet Vision to produce your drawings. We have extensive knowledge of the processes used in project planning & engineering, production and installation.