The use of accurate drawings has become more and more important in the conservation of historic buildings and the built heritage. In most cases no accurate drawings exist, and very often where they do exist, the quality is very poor.
The production of floor plans is the first step to producing a full set of building survey drawings. Plans are designed to capture all the geometric features of a building. Our plans give accurate information on how the building reads and its orientation, giving details such as room layouts, openings, wall thickness, levels, original/modern interventions, direction of floor boards, services, fixtures & fittings etc.
Elevation drawings clearly show the external configuration and detailing of the building. Our elevation drawings range from basic line drawings showing all principle openings, heights, projections to more detailed drawings that show stone accurate and cataloguing details, levels, ridge details, ornate architectural features and so forth.
Predominately used to help professionals make considered visions on new architectural designs. Carrig largely use elevation drawings to assist in clearly marking up proposed conservation and building works to a variety of stone buildings and structures. The drawings help to accurate cost the works for tender purposes, as well as giving clear direction to individual contractors on works to be carried out. Sections
Section drawing is a view of the interior of a room or building that is seen as if the building has been cut in half and someone is looking straight into the interior. Topographical
A topographic survey depicts the topography or the “lay of the land”. The survey collects survey data about the natural and man-made features of the land, as well as any elevations.
Click on to view/download PDF