An elevation is created to give an idea of what the finished product will look like and give the construction team the specifications from which to create the building. We make the structural and architectural details of a building. Elevation refers to an orthographic projection of the exterior (or sometimes the interior) faces of a building, that is a two-dimensional drawing of the building’s facades. This includes the heights ceilings and fenestrations as well as surface features, roof treatment and more. As buildings are rarely simple rectangular shapes, an elevation drawing is a projection that shows parts of the building as seen from a particular direction. The elevations are generally the second stage of a project that comes after the floor plans are completed and finalised. APCAD Designers will provide you with elevation drawings when you are needed. Our elevations are a great way to visualise the potential finished project before it has even begun.