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Introducing Autodesk® Revit® Architecture 2011 by Beau Turner, Patrick Davis, Charlie Busa, Stephen Stafford

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Chapter 16. Phases

When it comes to phasing, it is very difficult to keep track of what part will remain and what part will be demolished. In traditional file-based CAD systems, it is a logistics and training nightmare to keep things working smoothly. Fortunately, Revit has phasing tools specifically for this purpose. With this tool set, you can use phases applied to the elements and components in the model, and all views and schedules are coordinated instantly.

This chapter covers the following topics:

  • Phase tools

  • Phases

  • Infill elements

  • Demolishing elements

  • Rendering and existing phases

Phasing Tools

When working with phasing-related data, if one phase could be finished and become the "existing" before the next phase work begins, that would be ideal. ...

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