Drawings prepared after construction, that describe the actual construction of a project.
Contract drawings marked up to reflect changes made during the construction process
Drawings (plans) that show the work, as actually installed. Also known as Record Drawings.
Completed project documents showing all work changes as marked up by the General Contractor.
Graphic depictions of a building on paper or CAD that, in theory, reflect precisely the actual construction of every part and system. A perfect set of as-built drawings is generally infeasible due to the cost of documentation. See Record Drawings.
(Also called record drawings). Construction drawings revised to show significant changes made during the construction process, usually based on marked-up prints, drawings, and other data furnished by the contractor to the architect.
Drawings of an existing building interior, prepared by an architect to establish dimensions for the layout of furniture and fixtures.
Drawing made to show the actual dimensions and locations of installations.