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Tue, Oct 16, 2007 at 4:08:04 PM | Level Schedule

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donbuschert


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Is there any way to create a level schedule?

What I want is something like this:

THIRD FLOOR 30'-0"

SECOND FLOOR 15'-0"

MAIN FLOOR 0'-0"

BASEMENT -15'-0"

I want to be able to see all levels in a project layed out in some type of spreadsheet form; like in a schedule view.  Has anybody ever done this?

thx!


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Wed, Oct 24, 2007 at 10:55:04 AM | Level Schedule

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I´d like to know that too!

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Tue, Nov 6, 2007 at 4:27:06 PM | Level Schedule

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Has anyone figured out how to do this?  It almosts seems that the floor height should be information displayed under the floor slab properties... but its not??

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Tue, Nov 6, 2007 at 5:43:04 PM | Level Schedule

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I have half an answer...maybe someone else can supply the other half:

Under the VIEWS menu on the toolbar, select NEW, then VIEW LIST.

In the FIELDS category, only add ASSOCIATED LEVEL.In the SORTING field, make sure that ITEMIZE EVERY INSTANCE is not checked.

That will give you a schedule of levels.  Although it is an unacceptable Revit procedure, you can manually (yuck) add the elevations by creating a new paramter in the FIELDS tab and make it a text parameter.  You can then manually enter in the height (which of course won't be parametric-again-yuck). 

I would think there has to be a way to get the data out of Revit, but above is all I've got.  Hope it helps, or at least inspires.

Cheers.


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Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 7:30:12 PM | Level Schedule

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Create a mass you'll name "Level_01 to Level_02". Lock the bottom surface of the mass with the Level_01 and the top surface of the same mass with the Level_02. The height will be determine by the distance between the Level_01 and the Level_02.

Then make sure the mass is a 1 unit width x 1 unit length. The trick is here... You'll use the "Gross volume" parameter of the mass to get the height between each level. With a mass of 1x1xHeight, the volume will be equal to the height!  

Finally, create a Mass schedule with the "Type" and "Gross Volume" fields. Ajust the "Gross Volume" field format to supress the unit symbol.

Voila! you now have a Level schedule that is dynamic with the model.


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