Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Using phasing, part of Revit 2020: Essential Training for MEP (Metric).
- [Instructor] Let's talk about phasing.…Now, I don't want to confuse us…with the construction sequencing that we can do.…To me, phasing in Revit is what was there…before we got there, what's going in new,…and what's getting demolished.…That's it.…So I think there should be three phases…in all Revit projects.…Some firms don't do it that way, my firm does.…So let's jump into workflow four.…Let's go down to Level 1 floor plan.…
Let's introduce a new phase to our model,…so let's go to Manage, Phases.…Let's insert a phase after Existing.…Let's call that phase Demolition and hit Enter.…Let's click Apply.…Let's click OK.…There, we've done it!…Now, here's what we've got to do.…I want there to be a Level 1…and a Level 1 Demolition plan.…So let's right-click on Level 1.…
Let's Duplicate View,…Let's just Duplicate.…Right-click on Level 1 Copy 1, and let's go Rename.…Let's call it Level 1 Demolition.…Let's hit Enter.…Now, if we go down to Level 1, what I'd like to do is,…let's say all this stuff is existing,…and we're going to demo some of it.…
- Electrical features
- Mechanical features
- Plumbing features
- Fire protection features
- Adopting Revit into your workflow
- Creating detailed views
- Importing details
- Creating sheets
- Controlling revisions
- MEP fabrication parts
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1. Starting a Revit Project
2. Revit Electrical
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6. MEP Fabrication Parts
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