Building a Coaching Business for Revit Users

John Kinney went to school at Roger Williams College in 1982, then went to the Boston Architectural Center. He started in 1984 at a local architectural firm as an office person and has spent the last 36+ years in and around Boston, MA at many architectural firms, both large and small working on the technical aspect side of the business.

John’s background in CADD started roughly after his first year in an architectural office when he jumped at the opportunity to be one of the first young architects in his office to be part of the new CADD department. 

Then in 2008 at the age of 44, he volunteered to be part of the newest trend in the office: BIM. During the next 2 years at that firm, he went from being a novice to the firm's BIM Manager.

After being laid off, John decided it was time to do what he did best on his own: he started JFK Drawings, Models and Renderings, a consulting firm aimed at helping architects to better use Revit.

This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, Building a Coaching Business for Revit Users.

Learn more about John and the consulting services he offers at, or connect with him on Facebook and LinkedIn.

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