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Spot Elevation/ Level with both "project base point" and "survey point" 2017

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    Spot Elevation/ Level with both "project base point" and "survey point" 2017

    I am looking for a family or to create a family that shows the "project base point" (relative) and "survey point" (sea level) for either spot elevation and/or a level?
    or if someone has figured out a work-around?

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    You can't have the level report both the project and shared point, at least not without custom parameters and manual data input....which i would not recommend to anyone. Do you need to show both elevations for each level? Or would it be sufficient to list the "project/relative" elevation for the ground level only?

    We use a shared datum for our ground level and project datum for all others. I wouldn't necessarily call it a workaround since it isn't faking any data, but for us, we use a special datum that shows a +0'-0" adjacent to the shared elevation. See pic below. A few ways to do this....one, the +0' is a label prefix, and as such is static information. We've also employed custom params where the user can input any number they so choose; i'm less fond of this approach due to the potential for abuse and incorrect information.

    Jon
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      #3
      Assuming your building elevation will not change, the delta between the site elevation and building datum is a fixed value - 0'-0" = 1764.23'. You can create a calculated value in the label to manually subtract the offset value from the Elevation.
      Chris Ellersick

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