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Tue, Apr 19, 2011 at 2:02:30 AM | How to structure a multi unit development




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Hi all,

I'm fairly new with the hole revit thing and I'm having problems setting up a multi unit development. There is one type of dwelling (a double storey 3 bedroom house), which occurs several times on a block of land, but on different levels, as the land is sloping.

I drew the unit in one file and imported it as a revit link. But then I had problems as I could not arrange them on different levels.

Then I tried to make them a group and and copy them onto the different levels. But they were discrepencies within the group and the groups have been seperated, so that I ended up with lots of different groups, so I have to change every single dwelling to apply any changes. And I guess that is not the idea behind it ;-)

Any ideas, recommendations on how to structure this??? Thanks for your help.


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