MEP Design in Revit

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Description:
Full MEP + T24 + Solar Panel Design on the below job:

House location: San Jose
Site Area: 0.57 Acres
Proposed House Size: 9,000 Square Feet (2 Stories)
House Style: Modern Medittaranean

Program:

First Floor - 

Living Room (Double-Height)
Family Room
Worship Room
Kid's Play Den
Kitchen
Dining
Laundry Room
Elevator Shaft
Half-Bathroom
Guest Suite (Bedroom, Closet, Bath)
Office/Library
3-Car Garage
Covered Porch

Second Floor - 

6 Master Bedrooms (with Master Closet & Bath attached)
Balconies at all bedrooms
Gameroom
Theater Room
Big Hallways

Backyard - 

Pool
Open Grass Area
Barbecue

Misc - Solar Panels

Timeline for Drawings Completion: 3-4 weeks
Wants:
The job should be done in Revit
Don't Wants:
Receiving irrelevant proposals
Ask for Sample:
The last project which you did in Revit (in the USA)
Software:
  1. Revit (2020)

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