CADDManager on January 3rd, 2007

I have found that many firms may get tied up in trying to make a perfect standard. They try to get everything just right and think through every last option before they publish the standard. This can get tedious and put a damper on momentum. Once you are on a positive progressive path, the trick […]

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CADDManager on January 3rd, 2007

Here is a listing of 9 areas that you may want to check in the files when you do your review.  By looking for these items you can most likely find the areas where the files are not up to snuff. 1. Directory Structure    a. Are the folders correctly named?    b. Are there any unneeded […]

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CADDManager on January 2nd, 2007

Okay – Happy New Year – now get back to work…!!! (har har) Reviewing your CAD Standard should be something that you do constantly. Changing things that are outdated. Adjusting things that need some work. Expanding things that need more clarity. Here are a few things that you may want to review… Think of the […]

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CADDManager on January 1st, 2007

I think that what is written in your CAD Standard says a lot about your firm and whoever put together the standard. A good solid standard will garner respect. One that is haphazard and confusing or incomplete will cause concern. Take a quick look at your CAD Standard… What does it say about you and […]

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