Topography at a Retaining Wall in Revit Tutorial

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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00:00 Introduction
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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