Revit 2023 – Set up a Site Container – 2 of 3

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This is one of a series of three blogs.

Revit 2023 – Set up a Site Container – 1 of 3

Revit 2023 – Set up a Site Container – 2 of 3

Revit 2023 – Set up a Site Container – 3 of 3

In this video, we use a container file that we created in the first blog and that we linked into our designs. We are using two projects and, in each case, showing how we link the container file into our design center-to-center. After that, we rotate and translate the container file in the X and the Y plane such that the topography is correct with respect to our design. Then we place a section so that we can change the relative elevation of the site to our designs. After the positioning of the container file’s topography is correct with respect to our design, we then simply acquire the coordinates from the container file. Provided your team has the container file correctly set up this is therefore a simple procedure. Note that the files that adopted the shared coordinates from the container file may now be used to acquire coordinates from themselves and may therefore serve as a basis for design for the associated partners and collaborators of the different disciplines like MEP and Structural.

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