BernieB

Seeking CA X12 drafting for remodel

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I currently have a remodel to an existing home. I am a General Contractor. I need someone to take some PDF's and DWG's and turn them into an existing plan, plus add to it the proposed remodel. Needs to be ready for submittal to Kootenai County, ID for permitting. I can send you plans for review. I would like to reach a flat rate fee plus an hourly for revisions if necessary. I am working in CA X12 and would like them in that format for ease of transfer. Please give me your availability as I am looking for someone to start very soon. Thank you.

House plans, original.pdf

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Hi Bernie:

 

I'd be happy to help with your project. Please call or email me directly, contact info is in my signature.

 

Eric

 

 

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Hello,
I would love to help you with your project439419477_3dvillage.thumb.jpg.351b7e9649ccae0e5052a8eb91ee427b.jpgrealist.thumb.jpg.77138725400a66c99b15630a4d6b73e9.jpg1208750374_renderrev2.thumb.jpg.7981a78f941500e83482876cbdb7b65a.jpg16_11.thumb.jpg.b35fece977177606a36df26adc94a981.jpg
 
contact me via email: kajorada@hotmail.com
 
Best regards,
Kajo Rada,
Structural Civil Engineer
Technical Director

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