What we do differently than most is that I draw in 3D. What 3D allows more than anything is that it all but eliminates the bottle neck of the construction process.
By drawing in 3D it insures ACCURACY, not just that the walls will line up, but in wall thickness and even material thickness. Using a different wall system and want to make sure that the concrete is accurate? Revit (3D architecture program) solves that problem. You build with SIS instead of zip board or plywood and Tyvek? No problem, Revit adjusts instantly in the entire project so your concrete is adjusted accordingly. Stucco instead of brick or stone, it’s a simple setting and concrete is updated.
Because 3D is INTUITIVE it draws elevations as floor plans are drawn. Simply select the ceiling height and Revit adjusts from there. Tired of the inaccuracies? When you replace or change a window, door or even a toilet everything is instantly updated. This includes the elevations, floor plans and even the schedule is updated instantly with 1-click. Contradictory is a thing of the past.
Want accurate BUILDING TAKEOFFS in a matter of minutes instead of hours of math? 1-click and Revit tells you exact square footage counts of bricks, stone, stucco or roof. It even subtracts the areas for windows, doors, and dormers from the count. Tired of over ordering material just for it to sit on the jobsite and get stolen later, or worse, damaged beyond use on a another project? No more.
The BEST PART this is not something new that costs twice as much as you are already spending on plans. Revit has been around for over 15 years, but because of the time that it saves in drawing it cost the same or some times less than you are already spending on plans.
In conclusion, if you are tired of mistakes & inaccuracies and want a product that you can WOW YOUR CLIENTS then stop doing things old school and start doing things in 3D.
Who are we?
MEET THE TEAM
Tag originally got started in the real estate and construction industry in 1999 after he obtained his Texas REALTOR license. His primary business focus was in investment real estate. From there, it was an easy transition into buying real estate and flipping houses on his own. He has owned several fix & flips and rental properties along the way.
In 2009, Tag turned his attention to gaining more knowledge in his field. He obtained an Associate’s degree in Architecture and a Bachelors degree in Construction Management. He was ranked in the top three of his class at graduation while also obtaining a personal recommendation from the program chair.
Having gained knowledge and experience in his field he decided that it was best to give back to the industry by serving as a board member for the North Dallas Collin County Division for the Dallas Builders Association (DBA). He served for 2 years on the board from 2014 to 2016. Through the help of the other board members, they grew the division from 20 consistent people at luncheons to over 80 people at its peak.
Since then he has utilized the Dallas Builders Association to obtain knowledge and designations within the industry. At this time, he has 11 designations recognized by the NAHB (National Association of Home Builders). These include Graduate Master Builder (GMB), Certified Graduate Builder (CGB), Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR), Certified Aging in Place (CAPS), Certified Graduate Associate (CGA), Certified Green Professional (CGP), Master Certified Green Professional (Master CGP), Certified New Home Sales (CSP), Master Certified New Home Sales (Master CSP), Certified New Home Marketing (CMP), and Master in Residential Marketing (MIRM).
Tag has more designations through NAHB than anyone in the county. Tag is constantly utilizing the resources around him to gain more knowledge in his field. He has been recognized as a leader in the industry by the DBA and even asked to share that knowledge by teaching classes to their members.
As a person committed to education, Tag teaches several classes himself on various subjects. To see a calendar of upcoming classes taught by Tag Click Here.