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What software (packages) have you found to be the easist / most efficient and reliable for the industries you mention (Residentail, shopping centers, etc.?

Donald <bruckmandesign(--nospam--at)verizon.net> wrote:


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Jordan,

10 or 15 months, maybe, not years. Your argument is precisely identical
to the same argument made when CAD first arrived. Who hand-draws now?
I'm essentially a one man office and I'd NEVER go back. I work on one
off, custom homes and also cookie cutter grocery stores. The two are
both small and both love BIM.

Spend $3K and 60 days of training and become my consultant. When you get
my stuff, the model is already built. Size the beams and send it back.
I adjust the model and send it back to you. Detail it. Poof, we're
done. Its way-cool.

--Don

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For the majority of us, I don't think it's worth it...yet. That will
change. For the biggest projects, and tightly integrated teams, that
efficiency point is already here. For the most of us I think it will
probably be ten more years, maybe fifteen, before it becomes economical.

For some of us, it will be even longer.

Jordan




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