So I'm working with the sanitary piping on the second floor plan of our Revit model, and all of our sanitary runs are under the 2nd floor floor and in the 1st floor ceiling right below the structural steel. The issue that I'm having is that some of the architects walls go all the way up to the bottom of the second floor, and when I go to show my Sanitary piping on the 2nd floor these walls show up. Because my view depth is under the 1st floor. I thought that I might be able to fix this by using "Depth Clipping" however this didn't seem to work. Is there something that I'm missing??
There are 2 ways to approach your "problem" but it depends on your scope of work. Is the project only for the 2nd floor or multiple floors. Here's how I would handle either situation.
Starting with a project with mulitple floors, I show information within the "space", with the space meaning from floor to bottom of floor above. Therefore, all second floor domestic water, vent, and 3rd floor fixture waste piping would show in that view and I would have another view for the 1st and 3rd floors to show their respective information.
If you are only working on the 2nd floor, create a model view for both the 1st and 2nd floors and in your plot view, align both to show in that view (see other posts here on methods of doing this aligment). Then, you can turn off all the 1st floor walls while leaving the piping on and all the piping will show in that view.