DALRIO ARCH

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Services

Dalrio Arch has years of experience on AutoCAD, Revit, and Manual Drafting. We can transform drawings, plans, blueprints, and PDF files into the native format with clean layers and references.  Dalrio Arch works with clients on most projects. While CAD is a legacy technology that is slowly being replaced, many owners still require submittals in a more traditional format. We work with our clients to deliver CAD projects that meet the specifications of their owners. Whether on Revit, AutoCAD, or a manual sketch, you can rely on Dalrio Arch to deliver CAD projects on time and on budget.

Other Programs include:

• AutoCad 2012 & 2015
• 3D Civil Imperial
• Micro-station V8i
• Inventor 2012
• Revit 2012
• Adobe Photoshop
• Manual Drafting

Dalrio Arch requires a deposit before starting any and all projects. Once the deposit has been confirmed then the work will begin. We work with your budget and provide results within a reasonable time frame. Here is the link below along with past projects. Donations are also welcome. Thank you.

Click on the "Buy now" button below to supply Dalrio Arch your deposit to start your project.
Click on the "Donate" button to donate any amount. Thank you.

REVIT

Revit Service

Revit allows architects and other building professionals to design and document a building by creating a parametric three-dimensional model that included both the geometry and non-geometric design and construction information, which later became known as Building Information Modeling or BIM.

AUTOCAD

AutoCad Service

AutoCAD is used across a wide range of industries, by architects, project managers, engineers, graphic designers, and other professionals. It is supported by 750 training centers worldwide as of 1994.


MANUAL ENGINEERING

Manual Sketches

Manual Engineering sketching is a quick and easy way to express ideas graphically. It is a natural process in which design ideas are generated in one's mind and expressed through freehand sketches for others to see. It requires only simple tools, a pencil and piece of paper, and can be accomplished anywhere and anytime.