(written from a Production point of view)
The Star Trek: The Next Generation USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D Blueprints, written and illustrated by Rick Sternbach contains the official USS Enterprise-D blueprints deck by deck on thirteen 22" × 34" poster size prints. The individual prints are folded and presented in a boxed format with an exclusive sixteen-page booklet that includes an extensive round table discussion between Andrew Probert, Robert Justman, Herman Zimmerman. Richard James, Dan Curry, Michael Okuda, Greg Jein and Sternbach himself on the design and construction of the Enterprise-D.
Sternbach later commented in response to the question why he did not do additional projects of this kind, "(...) the Ent-D plans were an 18 month grind, but fun. Would do the whole thing on the computer today, of course, but back then it wasn't completely possible due to hardware and storage limits. The simple reason I didn't do additional ships as deck plans is that I wasn't in control of what Pocket Books/Simon & Schuster chose to publish. You'd have to ask them. However, I can predict what they would say, citing market conditions not being favorable, increasing costs, previous sales not being so great, etc. You don't see any more tech manuals for just those reasons, though I would counter the lagging sales argument with the point that they might have seen better sales had they done any kind of promotion. Such are the battles between authors and publishers. The market today really is crappy, and it's only going to get worse, seeing what's happening with the loss of SF magazines and published SF in general." 
- Mr. Scott's Guide to the Enterprise
- Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual
- Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual
- Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
- Star Trek: Star Charts