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  1. Don’t ever flatten your survey data🤦🏽‍♂️. Also don’t use revit for surface modeling. That’s what civil 3D is for. If you have to use revit for surface modeling. Import the survey points. Also if your survey points can be exported out of the survey file with civil 3D if needed but the surveyor should have provided a text file of his points. If not tell him to do so.

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  2. Hi, if you select create from import and the level points are 3 dimensional, as in your dwg file before you flattened it, you can select the import, and choose the autocad layers the survey points are on, and it will automatically create the 3D Topo surface

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  3. I had to enter points by tracing over an imported pdf. Since there were a lot of points to enter, I stopped and started a few times in order to save my work. I didn’t realize that this created a bunch of independent topo surfaces instead of just one. I then had to merge the surfaces and it worked out well.
    Thank you for your excellent tutorials! I’m learning so much from all of your videos!!

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  4. If you cannot simply isolate the elevation dots and create from import (often when dots are blocks, i guess this is the case) then you can use data extraction to extract the coordinates of the dots. I think its quite easy to google. Search autocad data extraction block coordinates. Also Google the format revit wants it, you need to do some simple adjustments to the created file.

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  5. Hi friends try this, if have CAD like that it’s very easy to make in 55 seconds
    Step 1: Directly link topo cad file in Revit,
    Step 2: Click CAD check the in enquire which layer point you want to make has a solid topo . Because sometimes u may have more points like road elevation points, ground points, Tree points and more
    Step 3: Go to massing & site tab, toposurface, create from import and select your CAD then switch of all layer except your topo point’s layer give ok
    Step4: no 4th step check in 3d

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  6. You can enter survey control point elevation info, as well as longitude and latitude if you have it, into the project base point. Project base point is found on the site plan view.

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  7. which is better :
    1- bring down the site to zero (level of the project)?
    2 – bring up the elevations of the project to site level?

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  8. the best way to make use of this is by using AUTOCAD CIVIL 3D

    STEPS-

    1. COLLECT SURVEYORS DATA EASTING NORTHING ELEVATION (AS .CSV FILE OR .DWG FILE) WITH EXACT ELEVATION

    2. MAKE A TIN SURFACE FROM THE CIVIL 3D using those elevn points.

    3.SMOOTHEN THE CONTOUR ( MAJOR & MINOR CONTOURS)

    4. THEN IMPORT TO REVIT…clean it… …calculate cutting and filling volumes..place building pad at the propoesd location..then proceed with architectural and structural work

    ( U CAN ALSO IMPORT .CSV FILE DI RECTLY INTO REVIT)

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  9. I always did it like this- thinking "that must be a bad workaround and can't be the only way to do it…" – I also have never seen a survey plan with 3d hight lines like revit is designed for… EVERYTHING in Revit feels like a workaround…..

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  10. Hi, another solution i found is go to autocad(3D View) and create a polilines that connects all the point(all point must be 3d and not flat), after you import the polilines in revit and it can autodetect the point with the right elevation. Sorry for my bad english, and that i can't make a proper video to explain this.

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