Week 3 Update – Club Revit 2012 Knowledge Challenge

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Week 3 Update – Club Revit 2012 Knowledge Challenge

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May,2012
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Congratulations Melissa Thiessens for ousting Matt McKechnie for the top Architectural spot for week 3. 

As of today May 8, 2012 we have had 151 of you take the Club Revit 2012 Knowledge Challenge. As an over all group you have created an average score of 67.4%. Leading the way is the Architectural group with 108 participants and an average score of 69.5%. In second place is the MEP group with 23 participants with an average score of 65.2%. The Structural group with 20 participants and an average score of 59.1%. This week in the Industry race the Architects are still on top, MEP in Second and Structure in Third. Both the MEP and Structure teams are still well behind in the number of participants. Also we have had the same leaders for MEP and Structure for all three weeks. Just incase you were wondering the best score of all challenge takers is a 91%. Lots of room for others to take those top spots.

 

NOTE:

We had a couple higher scores that would have changed the leader board this week, but those individuals we disqualified because they took the challenge more than once. Remember you can only take each version “Discipline” of the challenge once. Multiple entries into one discipline challenge will disqualify you.

 

As of today the High Scores belong to:

Melissa Thiessens: Week 3 leader for the Architectural Group this is the first week that Melissa has held the top spot.

Don Bokmiller: Week 3 leader for the MEP Group this is the third week that Don has held the top spot.

Rebecca Frangipane: Week 3 leader for the Structure group this is the third week that Rebecca has held the top spot.

 

If you want a chance at $100 Amazon gift card and bragging rights all over the world use the link below and take the challenge. The more of us that take the challenge the more fun the effort will be. It is just 24 questions and you have 30 minutes to finish.

 http://clubrevit.com/KC2012

Have Fun and Good Luck

 

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Lonnie Cumpton
Lonnie Cumpton is a Architectural Engineering and Construction (AEC) technology and Industry subject matter expert with over 20 years of experience in consulting, designing, and process development. With a diverse understanding of building design and construction methods, and strong expertise with BIM and related technologies on various project types, as well as direct experience implementing, training, and integrating into AEC organizations.
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