Designing My Way to Victory
When I first started using the Primavera design tool, I was confused, and the manual that was included with it wasn’t helping out much. I understood a little bit, but the rest was like speaking a foreign language to me. I looked for a Primavera tutorial on the Internet to make things a little easier to comprehend and found a pretty good one that makes it so simple that a child could probably figure out how to use it. I wish everyone made their tools easier to use, but that’s like asking for world peace or someone to turn aluminum into gold.
I’ve used the program to come up with some design that I think will be good for the city. There is currently a contest that is going on where anyone can design something that will be built for the city. The winner of the contest will be able to oversee the project and win a cash prize that will be usable for whatever they want. I’m so close to that prize that I can practically taste it. I’ve created a building that will be used as a homeless shelter. The city has a pretty big problem with the homeless not having anywhere to go.
The shelter that I’ve designed doesn’t look like the traditional rectangular building that you usually see in any city. The building looks more like an opera house, only more stylish. Based on the design, the construction of the shelter should be simple to pull off, and woudln’t cost a lot of money. A lot of construction projects have inflated budgets that make them difficult to do because the people run out of money, or because they can’t the project done with the materials they can afford. Sometimes this leads to cost cutting measures that can cause injury.