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Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 9:08:10 PM | Phasing / Floor Infill

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I'm working on a renovation project where there are several existing stairs being removed and relocated, which will require infilling the existing stair opening in the floor.  (see image)

Is there a way to show phasing when infilling the floor?  As I see it now, I have two options:  1. create a new floor in the new construction phase to infill the existing stair opening, or 2. Edit the boundary of the existing floor and remove the boundary at the opening where the stairs have been removed. 

#1 seems like the best choice, however I don't want to see the outline of the infill as a bold line.  #2 does not seem like a good choice, because by editing the boundary of the existing floor, there will be no way to differetiate between existing and infill floor construction.

What is the best practice for creating floor infills?



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Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 3:33:11 PM | Phasing / Floor Infill

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IMHO, the best option is to create a new floor in the existing opening because this is what will be happening in real life.

You can use the Join Geometry tool and it will get rid of the lines if they are both the same material.  You can also

create a new finish floor (wood, carpet, tile, stone) in the whole room to "cover up" the resulting joint lines.  You can also

use the linework tool to make the lines invisible in the views you apply it to.  Hope this helps.


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Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 5:15:01 PM | Phasing / Floor Infill

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Stealth,

Thank you, this seems like the most practical way to proceed. 


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