We Help Alleviate Subcontractors and Architects with CAD Drawings Workload.

Our technicians and designers are passionate about their work and proud to deliver a comprehensive range of CAD drafting services to every sector of the construction industry.

We can work independently or as an extension of your team. By outsourcing some or all of your production drawing design to Big Arrows, you will have access to a robust and flexible resource which seamlessly integrates with your business, giving you complete control over your workflow.

In return, we promise to regularly update you on projects and give you full access to your files via our cloud-based file sharing system.

When you partner with Big Arrows, you can also reduce your overheads, recruiting expenses and increase productivity from day one.

If you have a project that we could assist you with, for a competitive quote please contact us.

info@bigarrows.co.uk    Tel. 0203 287 3161 or 079 04033 380

Curtain Wall

General Layout Drawings

Working drawings as required to ensure co-ordination of subcontract works with other elements of design. Elevations, Sections, Plans and Details

Fabrication

Detail Drawings

Detail drawings tend to be large-scale drawings that show in detail parts that may be included in less detail on general arrangement drawings.

CAD Detail

Fabrication Drawings

Design of brackets, cills, head, jamb pressings plus fabrication drawing schedule with item uniquely reference and location drawings.

Material Scheduling

Material Scheduling

Glass/Spandrel panel scheduling and specification Scheduling of all fixings with items referenced for fast and ease installation.

Steel Structure
facade
installers

Bim modelling

BIM (Building Information Modelling) is an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architectural, building and engineering professionals the tools to plan, design, construct and manage projects. It requires “an information exchange process which is specific to that project and coordinated between various systems and project participants.”

We use BIM Levels 1 & 2 to:

1.  Agree roles and responsibilities.
2. Agree naming conventions.
3. Create and maintain the project specific codes and project spatial co-ordination.
4. Create a common data environment to allow information to be shared between all members of the project team.
5. Agree a suitable information hierarchy which supports the concepts of the CDE and the document repository.
6. Agree to use CAD software that is capable of being exported to one of the common file formats such as IFC or COBie.

window, door and façade systems

System suppliers

Schuco System
Reynaers
Kawneer
Comar Architectural System
Boon Edam Doors