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  • cganiere
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    I have used both roof by footprint and slabs. I'll try the site designer stuff next.

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  • Andres Franco
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    Hi JasonNelson92,

    Did you already try with the "Site Designer" module?, rather than roofs and slabs (which are good ideas), you can use roads, sidewalks and other elements which will follow your toposurface simplifing the task, I found that the site designer is not so complicated to work with but you need time to control the final result, I'm also work with Building pads which let you put a slope to the pads and that gives you the opportunity to model roads too but there are the toposurface points drawback which will follow the pads, hope this helps, regards
    Last edited by Andres Franco; December 6, 2016, 07:25 AM.

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  • asintoras
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    Other than the ramp tool and roof by footprint, another option is to make your floor, add points to the corners and change the elevation of those points to where you want them to be.

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  • MPwuzhere
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    Roof by footprint.

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  • JasonNelson92
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    Slopes roads

    Any suggestions on slopes roads in revit? Easiest most effective method please.

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