CCD Family Owned & Operated
Millwork Shop Drawings and our New CCD Downtown Fort Pierce, Fl. Location.
With our new Downtown Fort Pierce location, we will be looking to grow within the community by hiring and training local Fort Pierce residents in the Millwork trade, as well as utilizing local vendors to conduct as much local commerce as possible.
Fort Pierce Florida has always held a special place in our hearts with our background working with the Detroit Blightbusters
, we see nothing but opportunity. CCD will be volunteering to help clean up the streets of Fort Pierce and work to mobilize local youth to join us in the effort to Stabilize and restore the Fort pierce area.
Founded in 2010 by Roger Templeman Sr. and Wife Shelli in a home office, Cad-Con Design has grown to do business in over 40 states.
In 2016 Roger G. Templeman II joined the team and has been managing the day to day drafting operations as well as project oversite.
We want Fort Pierce to know that we are "DRAFTSMAN", not Architects or Engineers. As draftsman, we have direct contact and access to many licensed Architects, Engineers & Designers across the United States.
Our Draftsman create technical drawings based on given specifications and calculations.
With over 35 yrs of Construction experience, Cad-Con Design Understands Construction & Manufacturing!
One thing we have learned over the years is that Millwork Shop Drawings can be like an insurance policy most certainly. That is because Millwork Shops Can Show and document their understanding of the Architects intent. furthermore, the manufacturer can represent the end-users Product clearly. Also, shop Drawings are an amalgamation of Architectural drawings, Spec sections, Real World Manufacturing Standards, Constraints, and limitations. Therefore Millwork Shop Drawings are part of the Millwork Submittals Package. Typically the Architect will want the following included in the shop drawing submittals. Certainly, you will need to submit two sets one of which will be returned with reviewed notations prior to commencement of work. Furthermore, you will need to Indicate plans, sections, elevations, materials, surface grain directions, profiles, assembly methods, joint details, fastening methods, accessories, hardware, compliance with specified fire-retardant treatments, preservative treatments, and schedule of finishes.
Roger Templeman Sr.