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rlabib
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Phases question

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01-24-2013 06:15 AM

Hi,

I'm in the process of creating a new template for our office , so far we used the Architectural Template that come with Revit. And I like that has only two phases (New and Existing) . However I opened the construction template that comes with revit and I found at least 6 phase setup. And I would appreciate it if someone of experts here tells me what is the best way to handle phases? How many phases should I setup. We do a lot of renovation projects , so we always have existing and new elements.

 

Thanks in advance

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Alfredo_Medina
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Re: Phases question

01-25-2013 12:32 PM in reply to: rlabib
rlabib wrote:
How many phases should I setup. ...

 


That question is really for your own office. It depends on the kind of work that your office does. That will give you an idea about the phases you need for your template.

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loboarch
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Re: Phases question

01-25-2013 12:48 PM in reply to: rlabib

You can take a look at this wikihelp article for some additional phasing explination and an example project showing the setup.

 

http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Revit/enu/Community/Examples/Example_Project_to_Illustrate_Phasing



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