Ok so I have a question. No need to eat my head off. I have been
doing drafting for a wile and recently we had a guy tell us we
drew something wrong. That he had a bunch of people check it but I
guess it was missed. The project is a warehouse, we called out on
a string dimension the color of panels being used on the side
elevation. However, we also have a cut-list on the same elevation
but it has a different color. On the same sheet, we have a general
note stating that if there are "any discrepancies to let us know"
... would I still be responsible for the wrong call out? Or would
it be on the client? Will there be a way to still be a draftsman
but let the client be responsible to ensure the project is correct
the way it was drawn? Thanks for your help.
From a PR standpoint, however, you should make the correctionswithout charge if you can. Bad PR can be deadly for a small
|Location:||Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, UK|
|Nodes:||16 (2 / 14)|