This project was previously posted as a single project. Based on a recommendation given to us, we have separated this project into several smaller projects. This is one of the smaller projects.
This project requires a candidate with proficiency and skill using AutoCAD Architecture. 2017 is the preferred version, but earlier versions are acceptable too. Skills related to ‘plain’ AutoCAD are a plus, but this project requires skills specific to the use of AutoCAD Architecture (ACA) AEC (Architecture, Engineering, & Construction), which includes drawing management, objects, templates, styles, etc. Using ‘plain’ AutoCAD will not be acceptable.
The ultimate purpose of this project is to construct and finish an actual physical building as detailed in this document. To achieve that, a file called “Secondary Dwelling Unit (SDU).dwg” will be created to show the structure. The file will include, Floor Plans, Elevations, Isometric Views, etc. The purpose of creating these items is to ‘communicate’ the design to the city Community Development Department (CDD) so permits can be obtained to allow the construction of the SDU.
Please read the attached documentation and review the included DWG and PDF files for a full description of this project before you submit a bid. We will not consider candidates that have not reviewed the entire project, so please be familiar with the included documents and drawings. Take your time as we will not choose a candidate just because they responded sooner. We would rather have quality over speed.
Please let us know the hours, cost, your availability, and anticipated completion date for the project.
Thank you for your time.
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When I originally posted these projects, I uploaded files, and the Freelancer.com web site reported they were successfully uploaded. They weren't. Very frustrating as it is a bit difficult to get a project going if the nice people bidding on the project can't get the files.
Anyway, they are now uploaded. Please review the documentation and DWG files.