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Mon, Jun 12, 2006 at 9:20:58 PM | Revit Implementation & setting up for your office!!!

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Hi there, I have recently started my own business with implementing revit in offices. I am based in Brisbane (Australia) and is looking for potential work or any office who would require my services. I have an extensive knowledge in construction drawings from sketch design through to construction documentation. I have used revit on large and small scale projects, from high rise to retail centres thru to small residential houses. I have a strong belief that in order for revit to bring rewards to your office it needs to be implemented properly. In my previous professional experience i have worked as a Revit trainer, CAD / IT Manager and documenter. I enjoy working with revit and my goal is to see that it works for every office that is passionate about the program and would like to see it work for their office. The services i currently offer with revit are; + Setup & Implementation (taking into account current standards & protocols) + Staff upskilling & training (tailored to suit your office) + Staff coaching (while you work on your current Revit Projects) + Build Revit Libraries & ongoing Maintenance (also setup a filing system if required) + Revit technical Support (on-going service also available) + Revit update training (keeping you informed of new revit features, etc...) + Assist on Project work if required (this will depend type of contract - 40% of my time only when required) The reason i have chosen to do this is because i feel that there is a great need for offices that have taken on revit and have seen some disappointments. I have used AutoCAD for the past 15 years so i know what it feels like for the new converts. So if you think you are one of these suferers please send me an email: smontp@yahoo.com.au so we can chat or maybe plan a meeting. Happy Reviting SPowell

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Wed, Jul 26, 2006 at 12:37:08 PM | RE: Revit Implementation & setting up for your office!!!

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hello SPowell, Have you helped and offices morph from Arris to Revit? Thanks RC

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Haven't done any but i can take a look for you.

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hello SPowell,

Have you helped and offices morph from Arris to Revit?
Thanks RC

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Tue, Aug 22, 2006 at 9:51:36 AM | RE: Revit Implementation & setting up for your office!!!

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It's good to see People wanting implement Revit for firms. I wish you all the best on your endevours and my success smile upon you as you move forward into something I think you will enjoy. If you need any help I know there are plenty people out there like Shuan Van Rooyen here in South Africa that are already doing this and will be willing to give you advice if you ever get sstuck.

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