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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Our prominent home improvement and tool review site is looking for a passionate and funny contractor, carpenter, woodworker (current or former), maker or extremely experienced DIY'er to write 2-4 articles a month on an ongoing basis. This initial project is for TWO articles and will serve as an "audition" of sorts. Please bid at a rate you're comfortable with long-term. You Should Be: - Funny. - Skilled & experienced in carpentry, woodworking, and/or contracting. - Passionate. - Reliable, conscientious and available for ongoing monthly work. Each Article Should Be: - Funny, but still professional. - 500+ words. - Informative - Entertaining - Include at least 3+ ideally original photos or images related to the topic (if you can do high quality video, let's discuss after doing a couple regular articles) - Preferred topics include; tool reviews, home improvement/construction, &/or woodworking. We're looking for articles that solve problems that homeowners and contractors face, and that provide a comprehensive set of information of value to readers. For hobby content like woodworking, the more interesting, unique, unusual and useful, the better. Special Magic Un-redeemable Bonus Points If: - You're experienced with Wordpress (we can train you if you're not) - You're a professional woodworker, carpenter, etc. - You're a tool-a-holic - You can take very nice digital photos to accompany your content. - You're good at teaching how-to and DIY content (in written form). - You don't get us sued by anyone. What's In It For You If it Works Out Long Term: - Consistent monthly work - Periodic FREE Tools to review (subject to our tool review agreement) - Fame/infamy on a site with 50,000+ visitors/month. - A photo and profile on our "about" page as long as you are actively contributing - An endless supply of groupies Terms: All content should be considered work for hire and is to be original and exclusive to our site. Tips For Landing This Gig: - Visit our site (url below) and peruse content to get a sense of what we do. - Your bid should give some hint that you're actually funny and entertaining. - Your bid should also say specifically what your experience and expertise are. - Your bid should mention any Wordpress experience you have. - Your bid should convince us you have attention to detail and that you can write great, entertaining, informative and useful content. PLEASE ONLY SUBMIT A BID IF YOU MEET OUR REQUIREMENTS ABOVE AND YOU CAN RELIABLY PRODUCE 2-4 QUALITY ARTICLES/MONTH IF WE WORK WITH YOU LONG-TERM. About the Site: HomeFixated.com focuses on on providing tool reviews, home improvement news, DIY tips, and innovative products. . . . all delivered in an entertaining and edgy style. We look forward to reading your proposals! Good luck!
Skills: Building Regulations Article Writing Blog Writing Construction
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for someone that has experience with Residential Homes. Architect must be familiar with the following building codes:: 2009 International Building Code  2009 International Residential Code  2009 International Plumbing Code  2009 International Mechanical Code  2011 National Electric Code  2009 International Energy Conservation Code  2009 International Fuel Gas Code  2009 International Fire Code Multiple jobs are available. Must be able to produce the following following information for Submittals Required for a Single Family Dwelling Permits. o House on lot o House setback from all property lines o Driveway and side walks o Building lines and easements o Flood plains o Street elevation and building elevations Building plans, which should include: o Floor Plan o Exterior Elevation o Door and window sizes and elevations o Foundation plans o Framing details o Energy review (IC3 or Energy Star) o Brace wall plan o Electric and Plumbing plans – include fixtures, electric outlets, smoke and CO detectors o Engineered foundation plan o Engineered lot drainage plan
Skills: Building Regulations AutoCAD Construction Electrical Drawing
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I'm looking for someone with commercial building design experience to help me work out the high level costs and design for an industrial manufacturing facility. The work is for a practical business plan. Once the most important high level decisions are made on the design, I'll need help refining the details to make sure we get the design and business plan choices right. It will be important to keep costs low so that startup risk is minimized, but it's also important to get it right so that the hassles caused by mistakes don't derail the business. The building would be built on the United States east coast (West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, etc). It definitely will not be built any farther north than Pennsylvania. There is a small chance it will be built in California because its investors may want the facility closer to them and there is a good chance they'll be in California. The facility only one floor with at least 15,000 sq ft. and the height of the building must be at least 20 feet inside. It may be desirable to build the ceilings as high as 50 feet. The building needs to have good insulation because the climate inside will be controlled. -1/4th of the building will have large regions refrigerated to 34F. -1/4th of the building will be uncontrolled except to prevent freezing. This portion will have 2 very large (ideally square) storage containers that are dispensed at the bottom. The exact height of the containers depends on the size of the facility it supports but should. -1/4th of the building will be 70F to 320F. Sometimes the room will need to have hot steam piped in to allow air flow while maintaining high temperatures. -The last 1/4th of the building will be broken into 6 rooms that are usually around 50F to 70F and will require lots of AC (during hotter months) or heat (during colder months) to maintain that temperature with sufficient air flow. If you've read this brief, please tell me about projects in the US you've done that make you qualified to advise me on this project.
Skills: Building Regulations Architecture Building Estimation Civil Engineering
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $6,500 - Posted
Looking for a licensed contractor to do work for my daycare. I am looking to put up walls to create a room for infants, build a mini kitchen space and a bathroom. So all together there will be one toilet and two sinks as far as plumbing fixtures. I will also need the daycare center painted. It is a plus if someone can draw cartoon characters on the walls, as well as in the windows in the front showcase area. In the kitchen area, I will also need a counter top and a few cabinets. Please be familiar with Philadelphia city codes and the application process for zoning and U&O. This is not a major job. Commercial space is approximately 1200 sq. ft
Skills: Building Regulations Construction Plumbing Still Life Painting
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Hi There, I'm looking for amendments to our EXISTING drawings for our two storey side and single rear extension for our property. After amendments we would like to freelancer to make a planning application to Local Authority and get approved. We bought the house as a new build only twelve years ago. Four bedrooms at present but we would like to add a fifth / sixth. Downstairs we would like to extend and reconfigure the kitchen and rooms layout. With the extension the garage would be moved to the front of house and existing garage would become living area. Above all we want the extension to look a part of the house. As if it had been built as one structure. There are many extensions that look like they have been added on at later date. We just want ours to blend in seamlessly with existing building. This also applies to the internal design. We need to work with someone who will be open to changes and alterations of plans at all stages and help us obtain planning permission via the planning portal (link is below.) The successful candidate must be able to liaise with the UK planning via phone, email and online portal Would also like to see the plans in 2D and 3D dimensional so we can visualise all aspects of the final finish internal and external. The plans must be detailed for planning and construction. Internal plans must also be detailed. Photo standard 3D visuals on both internal and exterior for visualization. Plans for interior design. New kitchen layout, living area furniture layout and bedroom layout and furniture and loft plans in Photo standard 3D and 2D visualisation. ( we have design already attached to files) Bill of Quantities for material and labour required for extension. Plans for landscaping for rear and front garden Full Detailed Construction plans for builders. Provide full set of Planning & Building Regs. plans, Calculation & Details Plans for lighting internal and external Structural calculations must be provided for any structural changes and also calculations for joiner to build attic trusses. To include Velux’s opening. Will get them approved by a local Structural Engineer. Plan of works for project management and for contractual purposes. Would require bidding documentation so we can send out prospective builders. MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE OR ABILITY TO DEAL WITH UK BUILDINGS REGULATION APPLICATIONS VIA UK PLANNING PORTAL. Also needs to have Fluent English http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/wps/portal/portalhome Many Thanks Chad
Skills: Building Regulations 3D Design Architecture Architectural Rendering
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
I have a paper file from an architect that has gone out of business. I'm looking to duplicate the drawings with exception of a few modifications. I can have the drawings scanned into a file to send over Drawings will need to meet the latest Florida Building Code. Only respond if you are able to use the old set of drawings as a guide to build the new CAD files.
Skills: Building Regulations Architectural Rendering AutoCAD
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
hey there I am looking for an architect / designer who can help us with the details for the conversion from a house to a cafe. The house is fairly large and was built in 1858. Knowledge of the Australian Building Code / Heritage requirements would be great. I am looking for expressions of interest to start a more detailed conversation with suitable specialists. Cheers C
Skills: Building Regulations Architecture History
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We are a Rehab Lender. We lend money to borrowers that purchase properties, fix them up and Rehab them to make money. All of our properties are: 1. Single Family 2. Non Occupied 3. Typical rehab is $30,000. Max Rehab is $50K with some acceptations 4. We have a contractor Bid on file but some like to do the rehab themselves We need help with managing the borrower and the contractor, overcoming problems and finding solutions. We want rehab done is the time frame of 1 day per $1,000 of work plus 7 extra days to get ready and get the property on the Market. Lots of borrowers want to do it yourself, that is fine but needs to be done in time or needs to be hired if they can’t meet deadlines. The funds have been put in escrow based on contractor bids. Your Job is as follows; 1. Have a phone call and put a project plan together with the borrower and the General Contractor 2. Minimum of One phone call per week with Borrower and Contractor or Subcontractor. But more than likely 2-3 calls per week. 3. Make sure the project stays on track 4. Collect Draw Request and match them up against the bid to make sure we don’t over pay for items 5. Order Inspections for the property based on Draw Items 6. Approve or Decline Items based on policy for Draw 7. Keep working to get the project done 8. Overcome hurdles or problems to get the work done when there are problems. 9. Get the property done with the borrower, with the contractor, or find new contractor or labors to get the work done and back listed on the market. Don’t allow the project not to get done overcome any hurdles that may come up 10. Lien Release from Contractors 11. An inspection has to be done a minimum of every two weeks. If one has not been done in two weeks then a forced inspection will be mandatory. 12. You will call and order the inspections from our evaluators and get them back STATES WE DO BUSINESS IN You do not have to be in the state to be able to do the job Texas, Virginia, Georgia, Maryland, Illinois, Indian, Michigan, Ohio, Washington, Louisiana, North Carolina, New Jersey. QUALIFICATIONS 1. Must be ready to start work within the next few days no more than a week 2. Available for 20 hours per week minimum. We can go up to 40 hours. These hours must be between 9 AM and 7PM 3. Have Constructions and project management background 4. Computer Skills - Must be able to pass basic Type test as well as Basic Excel test 5. Willing to make phone calls and talk with people. No Hiding behind emails 6. Willing to have Tuff conversations with borrower that may have heard what they want to hear about how draws work, Sympathize with them and come up with plan to make it work while a hearing to our policy 7. Ability to work with Handymen as well as borrower, not just general contractors 8. Able to manage a project long distance with pictures and inspections
Skills: Building Regulations Architecture Building Estimation Conflict Resolution
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
We are looking to develop a partnership with a UK based architect who has a good understanding of planning to help us conduct feasibility studies for development sites we are considering acquiring. We typically convert commercial buildings to anything up to 15 apartments and are also looking at new build sites of the same size. We want to be able to run these sites past an experienced architect who can give us an idea of what is possible to maximise the value of the sites / buildings. If this is of interest please let us know your skills and experience and I will send a few of examples of the kind of sites we are looking at.
Skills: Building Regulations Architecture Building Estimation Property Development
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
The Zoning in our neighborhood changed a while back allowing us to build a carriage home above our existing garage. The garage was built 13 years ago out of a 12" By 6" Solid Stone 10' tall walls capped with a 2" by 6". On top of that 2" by 6" there is just a very small attic. The plan is to remove the Roof so that all is remaining is the stone wall and put 9' walls and new trusses, new roof. We are looking for someone that can get these plans drawn up. Ideally you would be certified in Colorado but most likely we will take the plans we have created here to an architecture friend in Colorado to have him certify them. Im sure there are many more details you would need to know and we con get you those as soon as we begin our project.
Skills: Building Regulations Architecture Home Design