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Fri, Sep 15, 2006 at 7:42:32 AM | underground

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Geert


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Hello everyone, I am new to this forum and new to revit. But an absolute believer halfway my first revit project. One thing ( amongst others) I cannot resolve. I am working on a buikding with an underground garage in the back yard. There is a garden on top of the garage. Now when I create my topography and my building pad I expose the garage roof. When I extend my topography over the garage roof to model the garden the topography interferes with the garage in my sections. When I turn of topography in sections I loose my groundlevel, surrounding pavements etc. My question is how to draw a site in relation to underground buildings?

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