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Last edited 04 Jun 2021
Design Framework for Building Services 5th Edition (BG 6/2018), written by David Churcher, John Sands & Martin Ronceray, and published by BSRIA in June 2018 defines manufacturers’ drawings as: ‘Drawings prepared by manufacturers, fabricators or suppliers for a particular project, and which are unique to that project. Examples include drawings for ductwork, pre-fabricated pipework, sprinkler systems, control and switchgear panels and associated internal wiring, prefabricated plant, customised plant and equipment.’
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