Survey Levels in Revit in 4 easy steps

Moving from Autocad to Revit, this and the previous tutorial (Survey Files in Revit in 4 easy steps) is for you.

Survey Levels in Revit in 4 easy steps.

If you are moving from Autocad to Revit, this and the previous tutorial (Survey Files in Revit in 4 easy steps) is for you.

This is the second of a series of tutorials to help you setup your Revit Projects quickly and painlessly. This method allows you to work (or display) between Project Levels and Survey Levels.

During Sketch Design phase of your project, detail or feature survey information are usually not available. It is reasonable at this phase to work in project based (Revit Terminology) levels. The numbers you work with are smaller and easier to comprehend.

Come Design Development phase, more detail survey information is now available. Now there is also the requirement for Planning requirements. At this phase we can set up levels in Revit that will allow you to make your submissions to relevant authorities with survey levels, while able to continue working with project levels in your studio.

This method will help you set up levels, using the Relocate Project tool in the Manage tab. 

If you need further explanation about the above method, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Survey Levels in Revit in 4 easy steps.

An easy way to set up Survey Levels in Revit without compromising Project Base Levels.

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