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High Rise- Revit first timers

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12-22-2005 10:14 AM
I am an Revit Implementer who has just finished a high rise for a firm where
the high rise was their first Revit project. They jumped in head first in
February and
with a lot of initial hand holding and my developing a great deal of the
model in the beginning, they have just finished on time and within budget.
The team members are feeling very secure in their new found abilities in
Revit and are moving on to other new Revit projects. Through a lot of hard
work
and hardware upgrades, the firm is convinced without a doubt Revit is the
way to go.
The project manager is so impressed with Revit that he has just begun
planning for
their next big project in Revit. Since the beginning of this project, the
firm is now into
their roughly fifth project and it is a short matter of time and the entire
staff will be working
in Revit.


Scott A. Ebert
Implementation Specialist
Soft Innovations, Inc.
Atlanta, Georgia
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AlmightySR
Posts: 365
Registered: ‎12-12-2003
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Re: High Rise- Revit first timers

12-22-2005 11:01 AM in reply to: *SEbert
Whats your web site? How long have you been doing this? What are your
criteria?

"SEbert" wrote in message
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I am an Revit Implementer who has just finished a high rise for a firm where
the high rise was their first Revit project. They jumped in head first in
February and
with a lot of initial hand holding and my developing a great deal of the
model in the beginning, they have just finished on time and within budget.
The team members are feeling very secure in their new found abilities in
Revit and are moving on to other new Revit projects. Through a lot of hard
work
and hardware upgrades, the firm is convinced without a doubt Revit is the
way to go.
The project manager is so impressed with Revit that he has just begun
planning for
their next big project in Revit. Since the beginning of this project, the
firm is now into
their roughly fifth project and it is a short matter of time and the entire
staff will be working
in Revit.


Scott A. Ebert
Implementation Specialist
Soft Innovations, Inc.
Atlanta, Georgia
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miketckr
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎01-24-2006
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Re: High Rise- Revit first timers

01-24-2006 01:40 PM in reply to: *SEbert
i'm also in the atlanta area. firm is looking for revit 8 courses/seminars. you sound like you could have some useful info for me. tyia.

michael oquinn in tucker..
vaughn, coltrane, pharr, & associates
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miketckr
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Registered: ‎01-24-2006
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Re: High Rise- Revit first timers

01-24-2006 01:41 PM in reply to: *SEbert
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