I have done a lot of drafting, both construction documents, as well as drawing management. The thing is, all the drawing management was confidential and I don’t have any. In any case, this is some drafting work that I did during my time with Mark Spangler:
During my time with Neosys, I was responsible for the drawing cleanup project. All of these are confidential so I don’t have any to show, but I’ll describe my responsibilities. The project was working with AutoCAD drawing to make sure all the layers were standard names / colors / linetypes, as well as making sure all the blocks were blocks from the official library. This was important because all the utilities that Neosys wrote needed the official blocks in order to run properly. While drawings were not only standardized, many of them were drawn in a sloppy way that had to be cleaned up. This meant going in to a drawing and making EVERY corner line up or deleting 15 copies of a window or a door directly over itself. Granted, there were tools to help with this and these examples are those of the worst of the mistakes we fixed, but I can say without a doubt that when it comes to having a properly drawn AutoCAD drawing, I’m really good at it.