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Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 11:49:08 PM | miltiple phases in a renovation/addition

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I have a 100k sq.ft. building that we are finishing up the CD's for. I am utilizing the "phasing" in Revit (existing, new, demo.) the client has come to us and asked us to start another phase to this building. my question is in regards to the best practice develope the next phase in the project. my understanding of "phasing" in revit is in relation to (existing, new, demo.)



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Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 12:16:46 PM | miltiple phases in a renovation/addition

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go to;

 manage -> Phases

here in the first tab you can ad or rename phases.

2nd tab you can setup the way you want the view to display(filters) the phases.

3rd tab you can set the overrides (the way it sould display using a created filter).

First try this in a test project with just a few walls or whatsoever so you're shure you fully understand the way it works.

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Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 1:34:04 PM | miltiple phases in a renovation/addition

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Your right, phasing really works for existing/demo/new but beyond that......?

 

I probably would not use a phase but rather a design option.


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Sat, Nov 23, 2013 at 1:09:47 PM | miltiple phases in a renovation/addition

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Interresting WWHub, this get's me thinking of the following.

We have a model,

in this model we have several projects running next to each other,

executed by several project teams working in this same model.

We're kind of searching the best way to set it up (before they were aranging everything with filters).

Problem with this is for instance when you're creating area's/rooms for different projects (overlapping rooms in these projects).

My solution was using phases for each project wich seems to work for now but there might be a problem when we made over 40 projects within this same model.

How would you recomend to solve this? By using the design options?

This indeed might  even work better becouse you can merge the options after one is executed.

 


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