By using phasing, you can let Revit help you get through any renovation project out there.
- [Instructor] It seems these days that…we aren't really creating too many brand new buildings…out in the middle of a field somewhere.…It's usually an addition or rehab project…we find ourselves dealing with, more often than not.…It also seems to be that some folks think Revit stinks…at showing phasing correctly.…I disagree.…This week, I'd like to show you…how I deal with basic phasing on a project.…Let's jump into Revit.…Now I'm going to go to open,…I'm going to browse for where I'm keeping my exercise files.…Again, you can grab any file you're working on…that you want to put phasing on.…
I'm going to click open.…Now the first thing I'd like to do is deal with the phasing.…So if we go to our manage tab, we can click on phases.…By default, there's existing…and then there's new construction.…I like to add a phase in between here called demolition.…We will look at phase filters, this is another way to do it.…But I like to add a demolition phase.…So I'm going to insert after.…
And I'm going to call that demolition.…
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