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Revit® Architecture 2010: No Experience Required™ by Eric Wing

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Chapter 18. Site and Topography

  • Adding a site within Revit

  • Importing CAD

  • Adding site components

  • Splitting a surface

  • Creating subregions

  • Grading

  • Rotating to true north

You might be thinking about asking this question, and I think I know the answer. No, there is not a fourth Revit. It would be nice if there was a "Revit Civil" but there is not. So, we are left to our own devices when it comes to adding a site to our model. This is okay, because in many cases Revit is well equipped to take on the challenge. Unfortunately, also in many cases you will find that Revit is dependent upon AutoCAD or MicroStation to provide a real case scenario for a site that can be imported (similar to importing a plan or a detail). This is okay too because Revit provides tools ...

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