I introduce myself Thibaud Thomanne, formerly carpenter / roofer in professional reconversion following a bad fall, I am currently Draftsman for architects in Belgium.
I have recently been working with Revit with simple house or renovation projects but here I am currently working on a file with a large building plot with 8 houses and a warehouse.
I knew how to remodel the entire existing land for the houses.
I have each time created a file for each house (the houses are symmetrical and therefore 1 & 2 = 1 file; 3 & 4 = 1 file; 5 & 6 = 1 file; 7 & 8 = 1 file; Warehouse = 1 file)
In its files, I each time copy / paste the existing land and the future land. But the more I advance in my projects, I have to change my terrain on each project every time ...
Do I have to create a unique "Terrain" file that I link to each project? so if i change it it changes everywhere?
I created a file where I link the Revit files each time so I can have a global view of my land with all the buildings.
I would like that in this central file, I have all my views referenced, so during a PDF or other production, I can print everything from a single file or do I have to each open all the projects separately and print separately?
So basically, how do you go about a large project with multiple buildings?
In any case, I have already had a lot of tips reading you and it has helped me a lot and I thank you!
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