In this BIG “BAD” BIM Tip of the Week Davis shared an awesome tip about how to handle topography at retaining walls in Revit. This tutorial is a great example of simply using the tools at your disposal to make your Revit site modeling processes a little easier.
Thanks for sharing, Davis!
(Sorry for the audio… I tried fixing it in post without luck).
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01:06 The “Typical” Approach to Modeling Topography at Retaining Walls in Revit
01:42 Using a Split Surface to Model Topography at Retaining Walls
02:40 The Final Product!
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