Outsourcing your architectural drafting services can increase your productivity by moving drafting and 3D modeling off your plate and enabling you to concentrate on the core tasks of construction and overall planning. If you’re thinking about doing so, you’re likely wondering how much do drafting services cost.
So, what is the typical cost to outsource drafting services? You can expect to pay $100-$130/hr. So, for an A0 drawing of a house that takes 8 hours to complete, for example, outsourcing drafting services could cost between $800-$1,040. However, the cost for drawings and graphs can vary depending on the services you need, the scope of your project, and your project deadlines.
Read further to learn more about our drafting services and why it may help your project by taking it “out of house.”
We often work with engineers, architects, drafters, and other clients who need their drawings or prints printed so they have a portable, visual representation of how a building or project is to look.
Professional, large-scale printing is often among the first steps to making a concept become a reality. So, how much does it cost to print blueprints?
3D laser scanning brings efficiency to project management by creating precisely accurate drawings of commercial, industrial, manufacturing, and even residential facilities, with point-cloud models for improved planning.
These models include large amounts of data points representing all measurements of a room, including coordinates along the X, Y, and Z axes. They are then plotted to form a 2D or 3D representation of the room or structure.
3D laser scanning services are somewhat of a reverse engineering approach, enabling builders and architects to detect potential issues on a project before sending any crews out to begin labor. This saves time and money.
Simply speaking, a geographic information system (GIS) can change geographical data into digital maps.
Our GIS system gathers and analyzes geographic data and transforms it into visuals that let you see a visual result of data layers.
GIS capabilities enable us to compile and show various topographical information so that your project can anticipate or spot challenges before you even break ground and aid in accurate, efficient engineering project delivery.