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Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 3:42:26 PM | Revit MEP/ ARCHITECTURE Work flow




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My firm uses Revit 2010. We are starting to implement MEP 2010. I am wondering is there supposed to be a seperate central file for each discipline? If so, does each discipline link in the other disciplines' models? If this is the case there are some issues. One example of this is that lights and diffusers can not be hosted into ceilings in a linked file. Also 'spaces' in MEP can not be placed into a linked file, thus our mechanical engineers have to have all of their equipment in the architectural model in order to run their analysis.

 Because of this it seems as though all disciplines must work out of the same central file in order to maximize the amount of intelligence. The problem with this is file size.

 I am wondering what is the recommended procedure?

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