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Mechanical & Piping Facility / Plant Deliverables & Review cycles

Mechanical & Piping Facility / Plant Deliverables & Review cycles

Mechanical & Piping Facility / Plant Deliverables & Review cycles

im curious to know what you guys typically deliver to your clients at 30%, 60%, 90% and IFC milestones? PFD's, P&ID's, One line plan, GA or equip location plan, Piping plans and sections, Isometric drawings for installation or fabrication, etc.

RE: Mechanical & Piping Facility / Plant Deliverables & Review cycles

Pretty much all of those at relatively the same stage of completion as % complete. Give or take some. Nobody gives enough time to stagger deliverables one after another. Everything is done in some degree of parallel activity. Although if you are including detail design, add a second phase for all detailed dwgs, pipe plans, elevations, sections, isos and fab dwgs.

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