OK here goes - yes, it's professionally produced however it's a professionally produced outline drawing with no detail. It represents a rough outline of the project but contains no detail such as dimensions, materials, tolerances etc. holy sh*t, it doesn't even have a drawing number or a north indicator on it so is no worth the paper it's (virtually) printed on. The best contractor in the world could not even begin to quote that project with the drawing above. The detail drawings will be with the planners for scrutiny, if they even exist that is, but are not really required when you're just giving people an idea of what is planned.
If it was not professionally produced it would be termed a 'fag packet' drawing