I'm struggling to grasp the exact meaning of a sentence, in the context of a business meeting. The sentence is:
The office move, as you know, the plans have been up by the main exit for a week now.
I know the meaning of the phrasal "to be up to", when referring to a person.
I also search for the meaning in a different context, when referring to either a plan or an object or activity, and found out that the term might be a synonym for "increase" (e.g. saving this, you'll be up by €20 every month.)
So, in this sentence, the "plans" for the move (which, in this case, refer to diagrams) now include more than just the main exit?
This is my guess, but a more deliberate, native speaker explanation would be much appreciated. Thanks