Drafting and Design: Create detailed 2D and 3D drawings, plans, and models using AutoCAD software based on project requirements, sketches, and specifications.
Conversion: Convert hand-drawn sketches or existing paper drawings into digital formats using AutoCAD, ensuring accuracy and precision.
Technical Documentation: Prepare and update technical documentation, including blueprints, schematics, diagrams, and layouts.
Collaboration: Collaborate with architects, engineers, designers, and other stakeholders to understand project requirements and incorporate design changes as necessary.
Quality Assurance: Review and verify drawings for compliance with industry standards, codes, and project specifications. Ensure accuracy, scale, and completeness.
Design Optimization: Suggest design improvements, cost-saving measures, and efficiency enhancements based on experience and knowledge of CAD software capabilities.
Maintaining Libraries: Maintain and update CAD libraries, blocks, templates, and standards for consistent and efficient drawing production.
Software Proficiency: Stay current with the latest AutoCAD software updates and features to maximize productivity and efficiency.
Problem Solving: Identify and resolve design and drafting issues or discrepancies that may arise during the design and construction phases.
Data Management: Organize and manage drawing files, versions, and revisions, and ensure proper archiving and backup procedures are followed.