Revit 2020 Shared Site Locations in BIM 360 Collaboration – 2 of 3


In the first of three videos we looked at how to create copies of the file that will eventually be linked into the container model by shared site locations (BIM 360 cloud collaboration files).
In this second video we look at how we create the correct coordinate assignation to the location points. Firstly, link in the topography to each copy of the apartment link.
If you did not acquire coordinates from the topography to begin with, then position the topography so that each apartment is in the correct placement relative to it and the acquire the coordinates.
With all the files open, Transfer the site locations from each copy into the master link file all the site locations of the other copies (they are contained in the “Project Info” category.
This now sets the stage for bringing in the link to the container model (in this case the topography file).

If you need assistance (pseudo-pushing) coordinates in Revit Cloud models, please contact Micrographics so we may be of assistance.