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Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 4:24:07 PM | Move Portion of Project to New Levels

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Revit 2015.  

I have a large, complex project.  CryingAuditorium and Pool)

The project DD plans are nearly complete.

Recently discovered site conditions are dictating that half the project (the auditorium) be relocated down 24" in elevation.   Currently both the pool and auditorium share the same first and second floor levels.   I need to separate them out, and create new levels for just the auditorium.

Any guidance on how to accomplish this?

I am wondering if I could copy the file as two separate projects, deleting the opposite areas in each - then link and bind them back together in the correct locations.  Cryingwill this result in duplicate families in the resultant project?)

 

Thanks,

 

Mike Belmont

 


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Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 5:06:05 PM | Move Portion of Project to New Levels

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Your prcess may be overly complicated.  Instead, add your new level then select the items that need to move and change their properties to the new level.  You will probably have to do those selecting only one type of elements at a time.  You will also have to split exterior walls.   Obviously the floor and maybe the roof have to be redone.


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Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 5:23:14 PM | Move Portion of Project to New Levels

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Thanks for the quick reply.   

I am worried that because there is so much tied to the existing levels, that I will miss things - perhaps I am overly worried about that.   

I will start the process and see how it goes.

 

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Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 7:59:25 PM | Move Portion of Project to New Levels

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Maybe this is easier...

  1. Open your file and save under a new name
  2. In that file, change the level name and elevation of the level that needs to move
  3. Side by side, open your regular file
  4. Create the new level and name it ths same as the copied file
  5. Delete all objects that should move to the new level
  6. Switch to your copied file and copy to clipboard all objects that need to move
  7. Switch to your original file and paste

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