DWG Samples

The story behind adding relevant information to spaces within the drawing environment

Luft Enterprises specializes in the creation of as-built drawings. Once a building has been surveyed and transposed into AutoCAD (or provided to us), we have a 2 dimensional floorplan showing all elements, much like what is shown below:

By working with the client, we will then allocate the space to an agreed upon standard (BOMA 1980, BOMA 1996, BOMA 2010, SIOR, FICM). Our example below is allocated to the BOMA 1996 Standard:

However, these next couple of floors are done to the FICM standard:

We will then go into the client space and separate the individual spaces on the floor by using polylines, which we can attach all relevant data to:

By working with the client, we can then identify the information that they wish to track, tag this information to the polylines, extract the information to databases for high level analysis, and create custom printouts of the floorplans displaying this relevant information, like what is shown below:

This view displays the breakdown of transit allocations on the floors:

This view displays the space status of each of the spaces on the floor:

This view displays the space type of each of the spaces on the floor: