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Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 5:25:06 PM | Revit 2020 - Stair Landing Supports

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Greetings,

I am trying to find a way to adjust the stair landings such that the supports are below the landing.  When I adjust the height/offset to be below the landing, the landing will not continue over the supports.  Is this controllable, or must I add additional steel (or details components) to achieve the look.  The attached image had detail components ...

The ability to make this a part of the support or landing would be the deisred outcome.

thanks in advance.Ian



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Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 8:26:28 PM | Revit 2020 - Stair Landing Supports

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The standard metal pan stair tht is typically used in our area looks like this:

The stair stringer channel frames aroud the back and sides of the landing forming a kick.  There is an additional angle and framing for the landing pan.

But all of that is usually taken care of in the shop drawings.



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Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 11:29:52 PM | Revit 2020 - Stair Landing Supports

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Thanks for your response WW. we usually do stair landing similarly. But not this time. The designer doesn't want the kick.  

As described, I am hoping to create a landing or support style that will deliver what my attached image shows ... the supports entirely below the landing. 

 

Revit allows the support to be below, but the landing stops at the edge of the support. 

 

Please check the image, I had to sketch in the supports.   Can Revit do this?


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Use seperate runs and do a floor for the landing.


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