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Posted By: Rudolph M. Beuc III AIA Jul 22, 2017 12:18 AM
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Ok, way past beer:30, but I'll have a whack at this.... My experience, I graduated in 92, hand drafted up to the late 90's, Architectural Desktop, and now Revit. Each iteration meant a retooling and a new learning curve. A three stage process if you will. A. Learning the basics. In hand drafting this ...
Posted By: William M. Figdor AIA Jul 21, 2017 7:47 PM
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I used CADDAM in-house at IBM, starting in 1989 as an architect.  It's mainframe driven, and if you're not familiar with it, you draw directly on the screen with 'pen' and a simple keypad on the side.  (It was originally developed by the aerospace industry.)  For lines mode, press the lines button and ...
Posted By: William J. Devlin AIA Jul 21, 2017 7:30 PM
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Mr. Perez-Vichot --- Hi How 'bout: 1. Compare w/ old jobs: Look at the record copies of progress-&-review prints you've shown to other Clients. If one submittal was " 40% ", then ballpark the progress shown, down for 30% and up for 50% . That's for realistic percents; some that I've shown as ...
Posted By: William J. Devlin AIA Jul 21, 2017 7:00 PM
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Mr. Niemi & All --- Hello (BTW, I'm sorry I clicked on CRAN Symposium when I joined this string. This stuff has nothing to do with the planning of the Symposium...) Ah, yes --- cleaning the tools (how DID you do the bottom of the parallel-rule , without having water stuck in the roller-holes?!). ...
Posted By: Jared E. Banks AIA Jul 21, 2017 6:08 PM
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John, I'm sorry to hear you're struggling with the BIM Server in 20 & 21. A decrease of 30% is totally unacceptable. I'm confident we can get the problems resolved with or without official help, as I know a lot of others have been using the BIM Server on Macs without much issue (well just the normal ...
Hi Ralph, In response to the topic of time and effort corporate architects have devoted to working on disaster and emergency preparedness, I can share my experience. I work in a Midwest healthcare environment (we have about 1000 employees at numerous sites). As a corporate architect, I participate ...
Posted By: William J. Devlin AIA Jul 21, 2017 3:49 PM
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Hello All --- In a recent posting, I asked if anyone was interested in my re-posting an old item (06 Jul. '16) on "finding clients". A request was received, so, here's an updated, elaborated version of it... Finding Clients: Do Odd Jobs, Have Specialties: Again, I'm a sole-practitioner, all-Manual, ...
Posted By: Emma Tucker Jul 21, 2017 2:53 PM
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In 2007, Dubuque, Iowa hosted a Sustainable Design Assessmyent Team (SDAT) to look at a number of issues ranging from smart growth and sustainable development to stormwater management and flood mitigation. Ten years later, the city is seeing the outcomes of its implementation work. Between 1999 and ...
Posted By: Henric Lindholm Jul 21, 2017 1:14 PM
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Owning a nice house that comes with a beautiful front yard is something many of us dream of. Having a pretty front yard can have surprising effects on a person’s state of mind and general wellbeing. Being surrounded by nature makes us feel more relaxed and looking at beautiful things is something that ...
Posted By: Nancy P. Miller AIA Jul 21, 2017 8:16 AM
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hahahahaha Bill - I totally agree with you re the vellum and ink!!! I'm a lefty so I had to use a hair dryer.  Cadd liberated me.  I'm a 79 grad of UD - I will never forget Dean Bruno...I have a few stories about him and his interactions with the students (sorry re the underline.....I'm new at this ....always ...
Posted By: Nancy P. Miller AIA Jul 21, 2017 8:04 AM
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Yolanda - thank you for sharing the article(s) on Columbus, Indiana.  I will never forget the 4th year Architecture weekend road trip to explore the built designs of world top architects with my UD colleagues. It was the first time that I 'felt religion' from a space due to Saarinen's masterful use of ...
Posted By: Nancy P. Miller AIA Jul 21, 2017 7:38 AM
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Thanks Jared. I will do my best to attend. I hope to see you there. ------------------------------ Nancy Perez Miller, AIA AR 17002 AA 3376 NPMA LLC Florida Keys ------------------------------
Posted By: Nancy P. Miller AIA Jul 21, 2017 7:36 AM
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Thank you Dawn. I will be there, if I can devote the time for full attendance. Although I don't focus on residential, this conference is somewhat close by.  ------------------------------ Nancy Perez Miller, AIA AR 17002 AA 3376 NPMA LLC Florida Keys ------------------------------
Posted By: Julia W. Robinson FAIA Jul 20, 2017 10:55 PM
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You are invited to attend the symposium Complexity: Dutch & American Housing being held October 6-8, 2017 , at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis (see website and attachment below), in conjunction with the inaugural exhibition Complex Dutch Housing, September 2, 2017 - January 28, 2018 (to travel- ...
Posted By: Julia W. Robinson FAIA Jul 20, 2017 10:55 PM
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You are invited to attend the symposium Complexity: Dutch & American Housing being held October 6-8, 2017 , at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis (see website and attachment below), in conjunction with the inaugural exhibition Complex Dutch Housing, September 2, 2017 - January 28, 2018 (to travel- ...
Posted By: William McCullam AIA Jul 20, 2017 8:34 PM
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Eleven years old. ------------------------------ William McCullam AIA Newbury OH ------------------------------
Posted By: William McCullam AIA Jul 20, 2017 8:29 PM
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Morris is my man. When I started in 1958 my first job was to replace draftsmen's paper on the plywood boards. We soaked it and stapled it on the underside. Whe the water evaporated it became taught; unless with too much water the board would bend like an Assyrian bow. The we graduated to linen sheets; ...