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    #1

    shops layout or shops blueprints

    "You'll have drawings of the general view of equipment and shops layout."

    What would you use "shops layout" or "shops blueprints"?

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    #2

    Re: shops layout or shops blueprints

    I'd use layout.

    The blueprint is the highly detailed plan of the store made by the architect - full of technical details of interest only to construction workers.

    The layout shows what the different sections of the store are used for.

    Rover

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