Millwork shop drawings or “submittal drawings” as they are sometimes called are generally provided by a millwork contactor, subcontractor or trade specialty supplier. The shop drawings serve as confirmation of what is specified and outlined in an architect or developers master plan set. Millwork shop drawings should show all necessary construction details such as materials to be used, specific method of millwork construction, finish and color specifications and installation notes. Once the millwork shop drawings are complete they go back to the architect for review and approval so the millwork contractor can begin the process of fabrication. Below are some samples of millwork shop drawings we have completed.
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