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Tue, May 15, 2007 at 9:22:03 PM | area schedules

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i am new with revit. but trying to get things work for me. i need help on how my calculations will appear on the schedule.i am working on making a schedule for area calculations for a huge industrail site plan.  i went to the room and area and with the help of area boundaries i calculated the bldg areas and parking areas. gave them specific names according to the bldgs.

for example bldg square footage is tagged as A and parking in building A is tagged as PA. what i want to achieve in the schedule is a total of bldg area, site area, parking areas and then calculate a percentage of coverage in relationship to site area. when i made a new schedule..i added parameters that i need and also gave them calculated values. but i dont understand how the squarefootages i calculated in the plan will show up on my schedule.

for exmaple when i tagged all the parking..and made parking scedule...it gave me a total count of parking spaces.

why is it not working with my squarefootages.

also i am trying to make the schedule look like this (the foll are the headers)

bldg names    bldg areas   site area    auto parking     trailer parking    bldg coverage    impervious coverage

 is there a way to get parking count and squarefooatges in one scedule.

i need help on how i should go abt this...thank you in advance

 


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Sun, Jun 17, 2007 at 7:28:34 AM | area schedules

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Your two Q's

area calculations... calculations are summed by selecting the calculate checkbox in formatting tab of the schedule properties.  right click on the schedule go to formatting, select the proper field and check the "calculate" box.  Further summing can be accomodated by your choices in sorting and grouping.  I often calculate grouped areas in a single line and sum all areas in the footer of the schedule.

schedule titles... you can modify the schedule titles directly on the schedule by placing the cursor in the title field and deleting/cutting/pasting or typing.


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Sun, Jun 17, 2007 at 7:31:25 AM | area schedules

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Oh yeah! adding lots of parameters for your own use is my favorite choice for regrouping the areas and rooms.  we use parameters for ... Covered / Site / Title 24 / Fire Sprinklers Req'd /  and many others.  this allows us to create tailored schedules for particular analysis.

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