Description:We have an aerial photo of the property, 2 buildings and 2 apartments attached to 1 of them as well as a sketch drawn by hand with dimensions. We need total of 5 CAD plans.
-a site plan (1pc)
-each individual buildings in a separate file (3pcs)
-All buildings and apartments on one file (1pc)
Each file in CAD & PDF
Wants:Must have an experience.
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