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What are MEP Drawings?

MEP Drawings Australia

Mechanical & Electrical drawings are introduced in the building industry. The drawings incorporate the layout & installation of the mechanical and electrical systems and components. Our Mep shop drawing of mechanical, and electrical system offer clashes between identifying optimal routes and trades.

Mep is specifically encompassing the in-depth design and selection of these systems. It opposed to a tradesperson simply by installing equipment. For example, a plumber selects and install a commercial hot water system based on common practice and regulatory codes. Several construction industry uses accurate shop drawing services to save time.

A team of MEP engineers at our coordinated shop drawing and drafting services company will research the best design according to engineering principles. It supplies installers with the specifications to develop. As a result, engineers work in the MEP field to understand various disciplines, including dynamics, mechanics, thermodynamics, fluids, heat transfer, chemistry, electricity, and computers. Our heating and ventilation contractor uses the best HVAC systems approach and prepares mep coordinated and pipe spool drawings.

The Electrical systems would include:

  • Access Control
  • Cable Management
  • Data Networks
  • Fire Alarms
  • Internal/External Lighting
  • Emergency Lighting
  • Machine Power
  • Mains/Sub-Mains Distribution
  • Security Systems
  • Small Power Services

The Mechanical systems would include:

  • Air Conditioning
  • Heating
  • Public Health
  • Solar Panels
  • Hot/Cold Water pipes
  • Plumbing & Sanitary
  • Underfloor heating
  • Ventilation

What MEP Drawings Service do we offer?

  • We provide customized Revit MEP drafting, MEP CAD drawings and Revit MEP design services. Using +Mep systems, we help clients meet various technological, infrastructural, and economic requirements the engineering industry faces.
  • We update Mep components and marked-up drawings to the client drawing standard and issue them to the program schedule.
  • We provide the coordination drawings, installation drawings, and record drawings from written design specifications or hand marked up drawings.
  • Feel free to visit the site and liaise with the disciplines involved to ensure all information is updated.

What information do we need to create MEP Drawings?

  • We work from hand marked-up sketches or a design specification to create new MEP Drawings and built drawings.
  • We work from supplied marked-up paper drawings, construction projects, or scanned images/pdfs to update existing drawings.
  • Updating drawings often needs the reference drawings like architectural layouts to be updated as well. We offer up to date DWGs to carry this out.

To create MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing) drawings effectively, you need a comprehensive set of information. Here’s a breakdown of the key details required:

  1. Architectural Drawings:
    • Floor plans: These provide the layout of the building, including walls, doors, windows, and other architectural features.
    • Sections and elevations: These drawings show vertical and horizontal views of the building, indicating heights, dimensions, and relationships between different building elements.
  2. Mechanical Information:
    • HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) requirements: This includes information on heating and cooling loads, equipment sizing, ductwork layouts, and ventilation systems.
    • Equipment locations: Details about the placement of mechanical equipment such as boilers, chillers, air handling units, and exhaust fans.
    • Ductwork and piping layouts: Plans indicating the routing of ductwork for air distribution and piping for water supply, drainage, and HVAC systems.
    • Specifications for mechanical components: Information on the types, sizes, capacities, and ratings of mechanical equipment and components.
  3. Electrical Information:
    • Power distribution: Details on the layout of electrical panels, transformers, switchgear, and distribution boards.
    • Lighting design: Plans indicating the placement of light fixtures, switches, and controls for interior and exterior lighting.
    • Electrical circuits: Diagrams showing the routing of electrical circuits for power, lighting, and special systems (e.g., emergency lighting, security systems).
    • Specifications for electrical components: Information on the types, ratings, and specifications of electrical equipment, including cables, wires, conduits, and fittings.
  4. Plumbing Information:
    • Water supply and distribution: Plans showing the layout of piping for hot and cold water supply, including fixture connections, risers, and branch lines.
    • Drainage and waste disposal: Details on the routing of drainage pipes, sanitary fixtures, and waste disposal systems, including connections to municipal sewer lines or septic tanks.
    • Plumbing fixtures: Specifications for plumbing fixtures such as sinks, toilets, showers, and water heaters, including sizes, models, and installation requirements.
  5. Regulatory Requirements:
    • Building codes and regulations: Compliance with local building codes, regulations, and standards governing MEP systems design, installation, and operation.
    • Energy efficiency standards: Adherence to energy codes and standards for MEP systems to promote energy efficiency and sustainability.

What MEP Drawings file types do we deliver?

Our drawings offer DWG/DXF & PDF format. We manage all drawings with the assistance of drawing specific data management system.

How much do MEP Drawings cost?

Australian Design & Drafting offer fixed cost quotation when possible. We know clients need to work within a budget

Drafting Design Tools and Software

Our Expert Engineers & Drafters are versatile to offer any software that your process might require. We successfully manage drafting and design projects that involve software such as AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, Architectural Desktop Solidworks, Revit Architecture, Microstation, and 3D Studio Max.