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Experienced Revit User Looking For Work

PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 12:40 pm
by alexhulston
Hi all, I am a Revit Champion of an Architectural Practice in the West Midlands. If you know of anyone looking for an experienced revit user please contact me and i will send through a CV.

27 year old male. 4 years Revit Experience in and Architectural practice.

Would look into becoming a Trainer or a change of direction in Revit Structures/MEP?

Many thanks.

Alex

Re: Experienced Revit User Looking For Work

PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:12 pm
by noel
Good luck with job search,

student learning revit,

looking for some sample 2 storey scenes etc-ssimilar..

any old cad blocks/ rev bits as well would be greatfull..

I have some assignments that i would like to get a better mark in,,,need some help from the construction community,,,

i have been to some local architects and small tech planners,,,

they all showed me the door...

Re: Experienced Revit User Looking For Work

PostPosted: Mon Feb 22, 2010 9:50 am
by alexhulston
Thanks for the positive post!

There is work out there you just have to be willing to find it.

A lot of small practices haven't begun using Revit yet.

Give it a couple of years, and you'll find BIM will be more important than CAD to most Architects.

Thing is i am looking now, you're still a student and in this economic climate Architects are struggling to help fully qualified people.
I'm quietly confident i will have found work before i leave my current employment.

Alex

Re: Experienced Revit User Looking For Work

PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2014 3:48 am
by hanifnoor
I have some assignments that i would like to get a better mark in,,,need some help from the construction community,,,

i have been to some local architects and small tech planners,,,

they all showed me the door...

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