Structural Drawings, CAD Services for Retailing Wall Design
Added: (Wed Oct 14 2009)
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CAD Outsourcing offers comprehensive structural drafting and CAD conversion services customized to meet various needs of Architects, Property developers. At COS services, we understand the need for an effective retaining wall design. We have acquired the expertise and skills to deliver reliable retaining wall design & CAD drawings for your construction project at competitive rates. We consider various factors while preparing CAD drawings for a retaining wall such as cost, ground water conditions, required wall height, building codes and aesthetics.
We follow CAD standards as per your specifications to ensure seamless integration of the output with your individual standards, i.e. various elements on the drawings will be layered as per your guidelines to maintain consistency and efficiency. Our set of structural drawings include framing plans and details, wall sections, column and beam details, as well as sections and schedules necessary to describe the structural components for various type of retaining walls such as Gravity wall, Piling wall, Cantilever wall and Anchored wall.
We provide affordable Structural CAD drawing solutions including:
- -> Paper to CAD Conversion
- -> Construction Documentation
- -> Structural Drafting and Detailing
- -> Working Drawings for Concrete Retailing Wall
- -> 3D Modeling
We vectorize your Structural drawing manually into fully editable multilayer digital formats using AutoCAD (DWG, DXF), Revit, MicroStation (DGN), Coreldraw (CDR), VectorWorks, etc. Your specifications are our standards and your satisfaction our guarantee. Our conversions are 100% dimensionally accurate and no additional work is required on your engineering drawings.
Outsource and Save upto 60% on Retaining Wall Design and Structural CAD Drawing services today!
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To view samples of our work visit us at http://www.cadoutsourcingservices.com/portfolio.php Submitted by:Jefrin Kaith