Create & Collect
Customize and maintain a library of FF&E that can be linked to other related data like vendor directories, room data sheets, and Revit elements.
Share & Collaborate
Collaboratively markup documents, make comments, and assign tasks that are linked directly to elements like cut sheets, drawings, and product specifications.
Connect & Integrate
Connect FF&E types to the Revit model automatically and instantly see up-to-date quantities and locations of instances as the project progresses. Make it easy for non-Revit users to access Revit data without knowing or opening Revit.
Deliver & Report
Create simple presentations and export detailed reports with FF&E data in Layer without the need for third-party software.
What is FF&E?
FF&E stands for Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment and it generally includes items that are not permanently attached to a building and are removable when needed.
In the architecture and interior design realms, this term encompasses items that are not typically supplied or installed by the general contractor on a construction project.
Why Use a FF&E Template?
As architects and interior designers, we often use a FF&E Schedule to document all of the specifications during the design process. Depending on the firm, some like to include the FF&E Schedule in the Project Specifications, while some include it in their Construction Documents for procurement.
A FF&E Schedule can help you:
→ Organize all of the FF&E details in a written format
→ Give your client a clear presentation of your FF&E selections
→ Coordinate with vendors and manufacturers easily during FF&E Procurement
To stay organized, we need a simple and clear way to collect all our FF&E selections. That’s where this FF&E template comes in. The template is set up to let you collect all your data that needs to be included in an FF&E schedule in an easy to use format.
What Is Included in this FF&E Schedule Template?
There is quite a lot of information that needs to be included in an FF&E schedule, such as:
→ Photos or drawings of the item
→ Item code to reference on a plan
→ Location of where it’s being used in your project
→ Name and product number of the item
→ Manufacturer’s contact info
→ Correct measurements and sizes
→ Finish selection including colors, fabric, metal etc.
→ And more!
How do I use this Template?
Watch this quick video to get started using Layer Templates for FF&E Coordination ↓