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Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 2:39:12 AM | Searching for consultants to use Revit

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Hi. we are architectural firm in Melbourne Australia

Would like to hear from consultants, using Revit Structural  and MEP. We are looking at fully documenting our projects on Revit, including all disciplines. Will consider firms from interstate.


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Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 1:32:13 PM | Searching for consultants to use Revit

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We are a small MEP consulting Firm in Mich USA. We have people trained in Revit from both the mechanical side and the electrical side. It is a bit more expensive to use Revit for M&E design since it takes longer than 2d. Many of the Architects in our area have been asking the same question - where are the MEP Revit users? Currently we have completed several small jobs in Revit. We have two Revit users who are comfortable with the program and two more who have been trained but have not run a project in it. Our website is www.matrixceinc.com

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Thanks for your reply KKeridge
 we never worked with cosultants from overseas but i forwarded your post to my boss
The country differences may be a problem? eg. metric/imperials, specifiying fixtures and fittijngs and ofcourse site supervision if required. Cheers

"We are a small MEP consulting Firm in Mich USA. We have people trained in Revit from both the mechanical side and the electrical side. It is a bit more expensive to use Revit for M&E design since it takes longer than 2d. Many of the Architects in our area have been asking the same question - where are the MEP Revit users? Currently we have completed several small jobs in Revit. We have two Revit users who are comfortable with the program and two more who have been trained but have not run a project in it. Our website is www.matrixceinc.com"


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Mon, Oct 13, 2008 at 2:45:19 AM | Searching for consultants to use Revit

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Try this:

http://revitinside.blogspot.com/ 


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Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 2:36:50 AM | Searching for consultants to use Revit

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Hi Fluffyfatcat

Allthough we are a Land Surveying Firm here in Melbourne we use Civil3D which gives you the ability to import the 3D surface into Revit and have a Existing surface versus Proposed surface which will give you the cut and fill.  We also do Internal Surveying of Buildings and can if required provide existing drawings in 2D&3D as well.  If you would like to contact me for more info, my email address is dan@existingconditions.com.au and our website is existingconditions.com.au

Do you have a web site?

 

Regards.

Daniel.

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Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 3:17:00 AM | Searching for consultants to use Revit

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Thanks, will pass you message to the boss

check this out www.pglyalldesign.com


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Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 4:27:24 AM | Searching for consultants to use Revit

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We area a Consulting firm in Sydney with offices in melbourne, brisbane and perth. We are keen to colaborate with architects using the Revit platform. Our brisbane and melbourne offices have both completed projects in revit. Please contact me if yo are interested.

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Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 9:03:08 PM | Searching for consultants to use Revit

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Hi fluffy,

We hail from parts north in the USA. We're a smaller Struct Eng company that has recently done several projects in Revit - most of which have not yet made it into construction. One of our larger projects on-the-go right now includes a substantial renovation of an ice skating arena, and associate community facilities. We are doing this whole project in Revit. Our findings are that Revit use is on an upward climb. Our aim is to be on the front edge of this new technology, and we have forged several working relationships with architects who are similarly using this platform. I'm curious about your situation, and the types of projects you're currently undertaking. Give us a shout back to compare notes...

 cheers

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Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 1:56:23 AM | Searching for consultants to use Revit

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Hi all thanks for replies

I do not think we'be considering working with overseas firms at the moment...this is early days for us for that....I visited a Revit group forum this week on topic of collaboration with consultants and it sounded that it requies a great deal of comunication before (and during ) the process...

As for Wood & Grieve from Sydney, we already met with your engineers in our office and I think they are on our list when the next opportunity arise...cheers. AnnaRatiner

 


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Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 2:25:24 AM | Searching for consultants to use Revit

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Thanks for that feedback.

We're find the world a much smaller place than it used to be, and with video conferencing and other communication tools these days, it certainly makes distance less of an obstacle than it was even 10 years ago.

Good luck with your Revit endeavours...


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Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 9:47:51 AM | Searching for consultants to use Revit

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We are Revit Consultants operating from India. We specialize in services like Building Information Modeling, Architecture Drawings, and Building Design Software. We are a team of architects and mechanical engineers who strive for excellence in the services we offer. 

 

For more information visit: Revit Consultants

 

 

 

 

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