Workshop planning

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The workshop planning is a part of the construction planning .

The basis of the workshop planning is the execution planning , which mainly serves the production of components and construction elements in stationary prefabrication plants . The prefabricated components and construction elements are assembled on the construction site. The workshop planning results in workshop plans, also called workshop drawings, parts lists and assembly lists .

Typical examples of a necessary workshop planning are the production of precast concrete parts in precast factories or the manufacture of steel components from which a steel structure is later built.

The workshop planning is usually created by the executing company, as specific knowledge of the production systems and the production processes is necessary.

In building contracts , it is often provided that the workshop planning must be approved by the client ( building owner ).



Jens Greskamp: Selected problems in workshop planning in steel construction . In: Journal of Construction Law . 2008, p. 1806 ff .