Tek1 provides quality structural steel drafting and detailing in Australia, New Zealand and USA and Saudi Arabia at competitive prices. Our extensive expertise and experience provides innovative solutions for steel fabricators, builders and other clients. No matter how small or big your steel construction project is, our steel detailing services will help cut down the manufacturing costs by providing accurate workshop drawings which are clear to use on your workshop floor.
With extensive experience consisting of over 250 steel detailing projects and 30 design and building projects, Tek1 always strives to deliver utmost customer satisfaction. We carry out detailing work by maintaining the highest standards of quality and seamless workflow. Only the inevitable RFIs are raised during the detailing process which saves huge amount of time for all the interested parties. Using Tekla structures as the main tool, we render our steel drafting services within time and budget. You can also contact us for your estimation requirement for steel projects.
With the help of the latest web based collaboration technologies including Aconex, Projectweb, and ProjectConnectLive, we provide accurate solutions for our clients.
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Steel Detailing Services
We detail the following type of jobs.
- Shopping Complex
- Factory Sheds
- Community Centres
- Chutes and Bins
- Stairs Ladders and Balustrades
- Mining Structures
US Steel Structures detailed by Tek1 Pty Ltd.
In our team of detailers we have a good number of detailers with significant experience in detailing American Structural and Miscellaneous steel. The drawing editing team is highly skilled and will present drawings with a high level of clarity.
Example of a US School detailed by Tek1
Definition of shop drawing
A shop drawing is a drawing or set of drawings produced by the contractor, supplier, manufacturer, subcontractor, or fabricator.Shop drawings are typically required for prefabricated components. Examples of these include: elevators, structural steel, trusses, pre-cast, windows, appliances, cabinets, air handling units, and millwork. Also critical are the installation and coordination shop drawings of the MEP trades such as sheet metal ductwork, piping, plumbing, fire protection, and electrical. Shop drawings are not produced by architects and engineers under their contract with the owner. The shop drawing is the manufacturer’s or the contractor’s drawn version of information shown in the construction documents. The shop drawing normally shows more detail than the construction documents. It is drawn to explain the fabrication and/or installation of the items to the manufacturer’s production crew or contractor’s installation crews. The style of the shop drawing is usually very different from that of the architect’s drawing. The shop drawing’s primary emphasis is on the particular product or installation and excludes notation concerning other products and installations, unless integration with the subject product is necessary.
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