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I thought you were moving to Easter Island or somewhere exotic?

John Jones, PE, SE
Barnett · Jones · Wilson, LLC
Pell City & Tuscaloosa, Alabama

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From: akester [mailto:akester(--nospam--at)]
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2005 1:54 PM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)
Subject: CAD Library

As I am out on my own now, and it is starting to grow a little, and some possible larger projects are coming my way, I have to give some serious thought to my CAD Library situation, specifically details and typical note sheets.
I realize many of these have been passed around for years, are sold on the internet, etc. I also realize they take a long time to develop and maintain. That is why I do not want to go through all of that, well at least, I want a jump start. I am wondering if A) does anyone have any good suggestions for CAD libraries available commerically, besides the obvious trade org websites like AISC, and B) is anyone interested in selling me a copy of their CAD library.
I will be willing to sign any release and non-compete agreements necessary. Probably someone out west would be the best candidate because that is for sure someplace I will not be doing work (just don't know much seismic).
I am specifically interested in wood, steel, reinforced concrete and SOG, concrete tilt up, MASONRY, and bar joist and deck... No pre-stressed, flat plate, high rise, parking garage, etc. We are talking maybe up to 3 story residential and commercial.
I don't want to consume any more time in what may be considered "advertising", so please contact me privately if you are interested.
Andrew Kester, PE
Structural Engineering Consultant
Lake Mary, FL
E akester(--nospam--at)