In general, in reviewing DD and CD sets in the office, I’m finding Revit makes it too easy to pack our final CD sets with a quantity of drawings that lack informational quality. This article from the AIA takes a critical look at this phenomenon, and gives the reasons why we should avoid it.
A snippet from the article…
Remember planning ahead “what to draw” is the key. I’m available in the early stages of a project to discuss an approach strategy with the team. This should happen as early as the start of Design Development Phase.
Please take the time to read the article and remember, “less is more”.