Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding isolated footings, part of Creating Concrete Buildings with Revit Structure.
…Isolated footings belong underneath piers, pilasters or, of course, columns.…Like their wild footing cousin, isolated footings behave in the same exact manner.…They look for a column to support.…This video will involve creating a new isolated footing…type and then we're going to place it underneath our columns.…In the project browser, go ahead and go down to top of footing.…Now that we're down here, on the structure tab,…let's click the isolated button on the foundation panel.…In our properties, let's click the type selector drop down and…take a look at what rabbit gives us out of the box.…
Not much.…So what I want to do is click on edit type right here.…Now I want to duplicate.…Let's rename it, the 44 inches by 44 inches by 12 inches.…Let's get rid of that two that Revit tacks onto the end.…Click OK.…Now let's change our width, length, and thickness.…44 inches, 44 inches and then one foot.…Let's click OK.…Now, what we need to do is be a little more careful than we were before.…
It's a lot more accurate if we pick these peer by peer.…
- Creating levels
- Creating a structural grid
- Adding single and multiple columns
- Laying foundations
- Creating perimeter framing and pan joists
- Placing concrete slabs
- Reinforcing with rebar
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setting the Stage
4. Concrete Framing
5. Structural Slabs
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