This is where you start veering off from the actual model you authored in Revit. gbXML doesn’t bring over the plumbing information. In this video, learn how to change settings and how LEED calculates points.
- [Narrator] This is where we start veering off from … the actual model we authored in Revit. … GBXML doesn't bring over the plumbing information. … It's unfortunate but that's fine. … But let's check out how we can change some settings … and check out how LEED calculates points. … Let's go to Green Building Studio. … Let's go to My Project. … Let's make sure we're in our project. … Mine is the Inoffice project. … Let's go to our run list, and we have one base run. … So let's click on GBS-Architectural.xml … Energy and carbon, we're going to save this for another video. … I'd like to come down to water usage. … Based on our building and where we are … here's our water usage and costs. … We're in a 24/7 facility. … Number of people, 35. … Percent of time occupied, 49%. … For our LEED water efficiency we can click over here. … That gives us the summary of LEED water efficiency. … Not too bad. … Now we can see our LEED rating scale. … Certified. … Go through the points system. … We get zero points, but we can change it. …
- Exporting models from Revit
- Setting up profiles and projects in Green Building Studio
- Creating a run list
- Creating design alternatives
- Adding project details