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Last edited 06 Mar 2018
Schedule of drawings
A schedule of drawings is an itemised list of drawings required for a building project. It can be included as part of an invitation to tender, or may be prepared as part of a design management plan. A schedule of drawings may include all the drawings required for a project, or on larger, more complex projects, it may be specifically prepared for a certain discipline, specialist or for a particular aspect of the works (such as a planning application).
It may include:
- Project name.
- Drawing types and purposes.
- Drawing numbers and revisions.
- Drawing titles.
- Drawing originators.
- Drawing formats.
- Drawing locations.
- Original sizes.
- Dates prepared, issued or required.
- Additional notes.
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