Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Annotating footing steps in the plan, part of Creating Concrete Buildings with Revit Structure.
…Revit has the ability to know exactly what elevation things are at.…Revit also has the ability to display this…information in the form of a spot elevation.…The objective of this video is to go to the top of footing plan.…We're going to actually modify our stepped footings a little bit.…Then we're going to grab a spot elevation from the Annotate tab.…Then we're going to modify the tag to look a little better.…Let's go right down to the top footing.…The first thing I'll notice is our stepped footings are a little too deep.…That's okay.…The way we made them makes them very easily adjustable.…
Go ahead and select your footing.…Zoom down to the bottom one.…Notice we have a stretch arrow.…Grab the stretch arrow and drag it in till it meets the foundation.…Now our stepped footing is the same thickness as our foundation.…Hit Esc a couple of times.…Next thing I want to do is go to the Annotate tab.…Let's select Spot Elevation.…We can display it a couple of different ways.…So, for our Display Elevations, if you hit the dropdown, you can…
- 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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