Infinite Drafting provides a range of architectural drafting and design solutions to professionals and property owners in Northumberland County and surrounding regions. Through electronic means, Infinite Drafting can also serve clients across Canada. We use the most current industry software to produce high quality drawings and documents. We are committed to meeting the client’s specific project needs with high attention to detail and professionalism. Whether you are a design professional trying to meet a project deadline, or a homeowner seeking assistance with obtaining a permit for a renovation project, Infinite Drafting can help you achieve your goals within budget.
Drew Johnson, Dipl. Arch. T., BCIN
Drew Johnson, owner, graduated with honours from Centennial College with an Advanced Diploma in Architectural Technology. This three-year program taught essential skills such as design and construction drafting using AutoCAD and Revit software, along with other industry-related topics, each with an emphasis on sustainability practices, the environment, and diversity. After an internship with a Homebuilder and an Engineer, Drew worked for small and large Architectural firms, expanding his knowledge of building projects while increasing his proficiency with drafting software. Drew is a mature, highly organized individual with an eye for detail. Drew is also a qualified designer with the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
Drew lives in Cobourg, Ontario, with his wife, two children, and a dog rescued from Jamaica. Drew keeps active in his community by volunteering with a number of local organizations. In his spare time Drew enjoys music, mountain biking, and spending time with his family.
We strive to provide competitive pricing. Since each project is unique, we cannot list our rates here, but we would be pleased to provide you with a detailed fee proposal upon request. Please contact us and we will be sure to get back to you right away.
Seniors and non-profit organizations always receive a 10% discount!
Now more than ever before there is an awareness about the environmental issues our world is facing, and rightly so. Things like climate change, peak oil and the depletion of other resources, pollution, plant and animal species at risk of extinction, and habitat destruction, are a major concern, and threaten our way of life for the future. I am passionate about the environment and have been for many years. I pride myself on maintaining a green home and make sustainability a key part of running my business.
In my office, I take advantage of natural light when I can. The rest of the time, I use low energy light bulbs such as compact fluorescents in my task lighting. CFLs, ink cartridges, and batteries used for the business are taken to appropriate local recycling drop-offs. I keep my vehicle in good working order, and to reduce unnecessary fuel consumption, I carefully plan my meeting schedule to make driving trips more efficient. Where possible, I use telephone, email and other electronic forms of communication, thus eliminating the need to use the car altogether. The nature of my business allows me to produce and deliver much of my work electronically and I strive to make this a priority for both my clients and myself. When printing is required, I use recycled paper, print double-sided, and reuse scrap paper for draft printing. Paper that is no longer required is shredded, if sensitive, and then all paper is recycled along with other recyclables per municipal recycling requirements.
I encourage all my clients to use more sustainable materials and strategies in their building projects. While these green upgrades usually come at an increased cost, it is important to see the long-term social, environmental, and economical advantages of these choices.