The construction industry and anything related to it can be the most demanding of all industries. From countless design proposals to hours upon hours of renderings, endless sheets of blueprints to round-the-clock construction shifts, ours is an industry that is under constant pressure from the myriad of tasks that we need to accomplish each day. One of the more notoriously time-consuming undertakings within the industry, aside from actual construction, is drafting working-drawings. Those who have design and/or engineering degrees can attest to this; working-drawings are hard work. And they are almost always looked down upon by people who aren’t within the industry. These sort of predispositions result in unbelievably short timelines from clients that ultimately add to the pressures of providing accurate output.

In reality, anything that can relieve this pressure is welcomed with open arms. Recent trends are drawing the industry towards outsourcing tasks, let’s face it, imagine what you could be doing right now instead of drafting those time-consuming blueprints

  1. Conceptualizing – Whether it is sketching your dream building for the New York, Dubai or Sydney skyline, or brainstorming with your design team for that next big corporate project, a creative release will certainly help in long term productivity – and it doesn’t hurt that these activities are definitely more fun than toiling over sheets upon sheets of blueprints. Blueprints that you can outsource anyway. Conceptualizing is fun. Something that sometimes can’t be said for other menial tasks.
  2. Paperwork – While it can be argued that paperwork is more or less as boring as working drawings, they are an utmost necessity within the industry. From bidding documents, cost estimates, design proposal layouts or quality control reports, the list goes on and on. Paperwork is a necessary evil, and any free time to focus on it will always be welcome.
  3. Networking – Let’s be honest, we all need social interactions to survive in this industry. It is highly important to build networks through clients and businesses as these will bolster growth for you and your company. The more opportunities, the better. And any reason to get out of the office once in a while for lunch meetings is always good.
  4. Site Visits – Speaking of getting out of the office, site visits are an integral part of the work of engineers and designers alike. Pre-construction meetings, site inspections, QC protocols; all of these are things that no amount of blueprints and drawings can replace. After all, blueprints are essentially just plans.
  5. Personal Projects – You could be a starting draftsman, a seasoned foreman, or even an experienced project architect/engineer; but you’re all going to have one thing in common. Hobbies. From collecting toys to photography, writing blogs to traveling — whether it is industry related or not, personal projects can give you the drive to survive the daily grind of our everyday lives. Freeing up some much needed time through outsourcing can be very rewarding for your personal projects and hobbies. After all, the time you spend doing these hobbies can ultimately satisfy your soul; something that no amount of work-related accomplishments can give.


Industry related or not, you’ll never run out of things to do. The important thing is there are companies like that will help you to manage your time through their convenient outsourcing services.

We at, we provide CAD drafting services for the budding architectural and engineering firms that do not have full-time draftsman to do their bulk of work.

For more information on our services, you can check our Services page. Or you can contact us at the numbers and email address below:

Telephone: +63 (02) 9574378(Manila),

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