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Wed, May 23, 2007 at 2:06:55 AM | Renovation Wall Suggestions

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I'm finding myself doing a lot of basement renovation projects which involve taking as-built drawings and creating a set for renovation construction.  In most cases, the basement is unfinished stud framed walls.  So the walls in my Existing phase are all bare stud wall types.

 

Now when I want to do new construction walls, I usually just want to skin the walls with gyp on each side.  I have made a wall type with just gyp on each side, but I was wondering how other people go about doing something like this.  It seems like you should be able to say this wall is Type A in existing phase and Type B in new construction phase.

 

Thanks for you input! 


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Wed, May 23, 2007 at 5:19:37 AM | Renovation Wall Suggestions

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With do alot of renos and have a wall type for each phases. The existing phases is a wall with no fill pattern & the proposed is wall with solid fill pattern. Have a typical legend in the template for the wall types.

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Wed, May 23, 2007 at 1:23:18 PM | Renovation Wall Suggestions

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I think, based on your answer, I need to clarify my question:

 

I'm not concerned with how to graphically differentiate between existing and proposed phases.  That I can do.  I'm trying to figure out the best and most efficient way to add the layers of gypsum to the existing walls so that is reflected in the proposed phase drawings. 


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