careful with great attention to detail
meticulous - careful
To be ‘meticulous’ is to be rigorous or even excessive in the consideration or treatment of details. In many contexts, this is a highly desirable trait as it limits, if not eliminates, mistakes and increases quality, particularly in a professional environment. However, it can sometimes result in tedium and a lack of spontaneity or innovation.
Carol is a meticulous researcher. She really pores over every detail when compiling a report.
Due to our accountant’s meticulousness, there are never any discrepancies when we come to review the figures.
I know you like to meticulously plan your itinerary weeks ahead of a trip, but why not allow for a bit of spontaneity for a change?