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Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 8:16:13 PM | Modeling Site Utilities (i.e., SS, SD, Waterline....)

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Hello all,

I work for a Developer Firm... the civil engineers for this particular projects don't have any 3d models for the site utilities... i was told to model these utilities for clash detection in Navisworks Manage... I was wondering was would be the best approach to accomplish this task?

1.) will you use "in-place" family for these?

2.) do the 3d models in autoCAD and import/link it in Navis? if doing this, would clash detecting tools in navisworks since these models would be consider null/unintelligent objects?

Please let me know what your thoughts are...before i start modeling these. Thanks in advance!!!

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Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 8:19:32 PM | Modeling Site Utilities (i.e., SS, SD, Waterline....)

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I work for a Developer Firm... the civil engineers for this particular projects don't have any 3d models for the site utilities... i was told to model these utilities for clash detection in Navisworks Manage... I was wondering WHAT would be the best approach to accomplish this task?

1.) will you use "in-place" family for these?

2.) do the 3d models in autoCAD and import/link it in Navis? if doing this, would clash detecting tools in navisworks WORK since these models would be consider null/unintelligent objects?

Please let me know what your thoughts are...before i start modeling these. Thanks in advance!!!

 


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Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 4:25:20 PM | Modeling Site Utilities (i.e., SS, SD, Waterline....)

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These were made in MEP, on the original Architectural Model.



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Parametric line based pipe with fall for sewer, stormwater and field drain attached (I hope)



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