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Old 10-01-2003, 03:12 PM   #11
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No...actually aiports and office buildings
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No...actually aiports and office buildings
Awesome!! I design grain elevators and plants, or anything that requires material handling.
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Old 10-01-2003, 03:17 PM   #13
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Right on...do you use CAD as well?? AutoCAD can be my best friend or my worst enemy, I have been working on the new Terminal at Pearson Airport for almost 4 years now, and in between I worked on the Clifford Chance building at Heron Quays Canary Wharf. Good fun, not bad for a 24 year old college grad, do you work on your own or with a firm??
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Right on...do you use CAD as well?? AutoCAD can be my best friend or my worst enemy, I have been working on the new Terminal at Pearson Airport for almost 4 years now, and in between I worked on the Clifford Chance building at Heron Quays Canary Wharf. Good fun, not bad for a 24 year old college grad, do you work on your own or with a firm??
I work with a small Millwright company here. Very family-feel. I do some on my own, but not much. We are on the AutoCAD VIP program, so we get every new release as they're released. Right now I'm on AutoCAD 2004. I have the job to learn it faster than everyone else, and then teach. And I administrate the network here. But the designing is my primary job.

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I was just about to say...lol

Well on the Terminal we are using CAD 14 still, only becuase the project started in 97 and with 340 500 CAD drawings, give or take a few thosand, its to hard to switch over to new software, the rest of my office is on 2002i or 2004. Good software...I do some freelance residential design in my own time to supplement. Good times..!!

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I'm sick of all these Ricers that think they are king Fizzle hanging out at BK with their Timies Ho Ho'* honk honkin away while they're wearing their grandmas pants that always looks like it'* going to fall off.

Oh you mean the other kinda sick?? yea.. I have the bug right now (thanx to muffin) hee hee. hack hack sniff cough..
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allergies suck...i get hit every spring and fall..and hit hard...
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