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Old 12-20-2017, 06:52 PM   #1
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Hey ya'll-

I am an architectural designer looking to work along someone on a little plumbing project. I am trying to design a centralized heat-pump hot water system for a multifamily project.

If anyone is interested, I would really appreciate the help. Name your terms, and I will take the time to send the details of my objectives. Thank you all for the consideration.
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Old 12-20-2017, 07:19 PM   #2
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5% of total mechanical bid, I'm in.
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A bidding War.

4.98% and I'm in.
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You guys are killing me. I can't go that low.
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You guys are killing me. I can't go that low.
Ahh Haa, like poker one is out.

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I think there is some confusion here. This is research separate from any individual project. My company does projects that range from triple deckers to 150 units. We are looking to create a formula for delivering centralized hot water to a stack, or several stacks, of units.

I'm already getting closer. I have the submetering company's lined up and am meeting with Daikin next week.

Anyone want to suggest a price? It's hard to offer 5% of 0.
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I think there is some confusion here. This is research separate from any individual project. My company does projects that range from triple deckers to 150 units. We are looking to create a formula for delivering centralized hot water to a stack, or several stacks, of units.

I'm already getting closer. I have the submetering company's lined up and am meeting with Daikin next week.

Anyone want to suggest a price? It's hard to offer 5% of 0.
Man you can't get a the hint. If you read the "site rules", instead of blathering on you will see this forum is for "professional plumbers only". It also requests an intro from new members. Which I had sarcastically entered in my first post.

GET THE HINT...............
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