Technical CAD drawings for multi-site planning applications

Case Study 28/11/2017

CAD drawing resource supporting cash machine installation programme at supermarkets, leisure venues and convenience stores for one of the UK’s largest ATM networks, NoteMachine


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CAD drawing resource for one of UK's largest ATM networks

NoteMachine, a cash machine operator across Europe, has one of the largest ATM networks in the UK, working with clients ranging from blue chip organisations to supermarket chains, leisure venues and convenience stores.

CAD plans for cash machine planning applications

NoteMachine approached CADS to assist with the CAD drawings needed for the cash machine installaion planning applications. They required a CAD drawing for each of the proposed sites where their ATMs would be located.

The type of buildings into which the machines were to be installed varied for each application, as well as the monthly volume of drawings NoteMachine would be submitting.

Technical CAD drawings for multi site cash machine planning applications

A different set of technical CAD plans for many locations

Jo Lodge, Senior Project Leader, CADS

This project was interesting to undertake because the level of information received and the complexity of the elevations meant that every location drawn was different. The team was able to use creative flair to make the elevations as close to the photos as possible, while still maintaining the technical needs of the drawings

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CADS provided a quick turnaround on drawings which is essential for our targets.

Janet Clark Legal & Planning Coordinator, NoteMachine

A systematic process for accurate CAD drawings

The details of the ATM sites were sent to CADS in the form of photos and commentary which required technical interpretation by the drawing team.

An elevation and plan drawing needed to be submitted with every ATM planning application, as well as the specification of the structure into which the machine would be installed (i.e. composite wall, brick wall or glass panels).

The building types varied from modern convenience stores to listed buildings with intricate designs. A system was put in place to accommodate the varying volume of workload each month and factored in the resource and time allocation required to meet the prompt deadlines.

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