Before construction could begin on the Austin, Texas CyberJocks location, we needed blueprints. I was able to work with the architects, The Warrick Company, to save a little on the costs by preparing as much of the work as possible for them in advance. After making detailed measurements of the space, I used AutoCAD to draw the floorplans, electrical plans, some interior elevations, and extensive notes.
You can see here that the electrical system was quite complex, as expected in a game center that had 48 stations, consoles, a full DMX lighting system, server racks, kitchen, etc. We ended up pulling 400 amp 3-phase service into the building.
They were able to use these, with some tweaking, for the final plans. They also added the usual information for demolition, and extra pages for plumbing, HVAC, etc. They were a good bunch of people to work with, and I learned quite a bit from them, too.