Coordination Shop Drawings

“Coordination (sometimes called Composite) is critical to the success of any commercial or institutional building project today. Coordination in construction once referred to simply avoiding physical conflicts in the layout of equipment in spaces and the routing of duct, piping, and raceway systems through buildings. The risk of interference problems is highest on building projects that have intense mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) requirements. Production risks are compounded, as schedules become more intense. Eliminating coordination problems can be characterized as a prerequisite to the start of construction work on intense projects with dense MEP system requirements.”