Franklin Drafts

Port Orange, Florida, United States

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Franklin Drafts

Everyone needs things yesterday... If you require a skilled CAD Drafter/Designer, you can stop looking. Franklin Drafts provides all clients with exactly what they need, when they need it.

Although a relatively new company, the owner, Brad Franklin, has become a Draftsman, Designer and Senior Survey & Engineering Technician over the past 18 years. He gained valuable on the job skills managing and drafting in Land Surveying, Civil Engineering, and Interior Planning for Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing industries. The main focus of his endeavors has been in Land Surveying and Boundary Law. He has been the project manager for countless construction projects, written surveyors affidavits and legal descriptions, managed multiple field crews for mortgage boundary, and residential & commercial construction. He has also represented his prior employers in presentations before city and county departments (Building, Engineering, Planning & Zoning, City Council, County Commission and Mayors). He is fully trained in Manual Drafting and AutoCAD Land Development Desktop 2004 and AutoCAD 3D 2016 (Building & Infrastructure). Like he says, "If it can be drawn, I can draft it!"

Founded: 2015

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Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am (EST) - 5:00 pm (EST)

Payment Options: Credit and Debit Card, PayPal, Check, and Cash (Local Only)

Typical Terms: Designing costs are higher than drafting costs. All services are quoted to clients based on the time needed to complete the service as described by the client and the information provided by the client. Time-frame of completion is based on scheduling. If additional time is required, the client is notified immediately and approvals are granted prior to any further work continuing. All revisions are free of charge unless deemed a modification. Modifications are defined as changes to the original dimensions, locations, etc. that were not noted or expressed prior to the commencement of said work. Depending on the project, 50% deposit may be required prior to work commencing, with the balance due upon completion.