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ConDoc System

sequence of drawings in a set of construction documents

1 G - General Project Requirements
2 TS - Topographic Survey
3 SB - Soil Borings Data
4 SD - Site Demolition
5 C - Civil
6 L - Landscaping
7 A - Architecture
8 S - Structural
9 M - Mechanical
10 P - Plumbing
11 FP - Fire Protection
12 E - Electrical
13 ID - Interior Design
14 FS - Food Service
15 SG - Signage/ Graphics
16 FF - Furniture/ Furnishings
17 AA - Asbestos Abatement
Sitework Drawings TS, SB, SD, C, L
Major Disciplines Drawings A, S, M, P, FP, E
Special Elements Drawings ID, FS, SG, FF, AA, etc.
PME or MPE? --
Drawings organized by group improve quality control, information management, productivity, and bidding results. This standard may be customized to meet the needs of the office.
Principles of organization include: -Segregate info by discipline. -Order subsets to reflect the natural sequence of construction. -Present each drawing, plan, section, elevation, etc., on a sheet dedicated to that drawing type. -Present info within each subset from general to specific.
Created by: Wiggley