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Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 2:17:18 PM | Revit user pay?

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Good Morning,

 

I need some input on a potential position that I may be able to hire within the next year. 

What is a good hourly rate to pay a Revit operator that can create quality drawings.  The buildings will be as built drawings converted to a LOD 3 BIM model (basic structure, doors, windows, walls, clg, exterior features)

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Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 2:34:15 PM | Revit user pay?

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I don't think you will get a good answer to this question because there are too many variables:

  1. Where are you?
  2. What discipline?
  3. What experience do you have in your discipline?
  4. What eperience do you have putting a Revit document set together?  (Doesn't sound like any)

Revit can create some nice looking drawings that might not be worth anything if the user doesn't know how a building really goes together.


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Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 4:17:29 PM | Revit user pay?

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Where are you? Alabama

 

What discipline? Architectural

 

What experience do you have in your discipline?  I have nearly 20 years in this field with 5 using Revit

 

What eperience do you have putting a Revit document set together? (Doesn't sound like any) I am very experienced using Revit, from BIM, to documents.  I have put together over 2 million sq. ft. of BIM models.  I am in the process of implementing BIM into our day to day operations as Facility Management tool. 

This is not for me, this is for a potential hire that I will be making within the next 6-12 mos.   I have 2 AutoCAD users working for me now, but I will need a Revit operator and there are not that many in my area, that's why I am looking for average hourly rate.

 

 

 


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Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 6:28:23 PM | Revit user pay?

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I suppose I'm curious... what others are paid, naturally to judge if I'm being paid too little.  

 

but it's of course a touchy subject and I doubt anyone is going to go first with their salary. 


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Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 6:45:19 PM | Revit user pay?

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Your clarification helps.

In our area and specifivcally in our office, our staff are all graduate or licensed architects, no BIM/CAD only operators so I can't help with your question but AUGI conducts a salary questionaire and the resu


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Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 9:43:36 PM | Revit user pay?

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entry level I'd say $15 hourly with a $3 +/-


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Thu, Sep 13, 2012 at 2:13:37 AM | Revit user pay?

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Dear friends

 

I like Revit user pay? very much. Thank very much for all.

 

Very useful for me.

 

If you have some time, pls visit my blog at: What experience do you have in this field?

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Thu, Sep 13, 2012 at 3:03:16 PM | Revit user pay?

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absolutely depends on where you live; I came across this posting recently in my area...

http://jobview.monster.ca/REVIT-OPERATOR-Job-GRIMSBY-ON-CA-114073284.aspx


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Sat, Sep 15, 2012 at 2:49:39 PM | Revit user pay?

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I would think you could get someone for around $15.00/hr who may have below average skills with less than 2 years experience.  However if you find a quality candidate who clearly demonstrates their mastery of Revit Architecture, then that person knows they can get $20 to $25.00/hr.  Every firm I've interviewed with in the past 3 years clearly states Revit skills are among the highest of their qualifications.


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