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    civil changed our Finish Floor Elevation 3 inches (2017)

    so we are well into our project/ model and we just found out that Civil has dropped our Main Level FF elevation 3 inches. I was wondering what the recommended course of action is?

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    Tell them "thanks" and then Relocate Project
    Greg McDowell Jr
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      #3
      when you say "relocate the project", do you mean to move the building/ buildings or move the site/ topo. or is it a matter of some how giving the "levels a new elevation # to match what Civil has changed?

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        #4
        Originally posted by ledgewood33 View Post
        when you say "relocate the project", do you mean to move the building/ buildings or move the site/ topo. or is it a matter of some how giving the "levels a new elevation # to match what Civil has changed?
        I think he means use the "Relocate Project" tool/command. At least worth checking into.

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          #5
          Go to an elevation or Section View. Then use the *RElocate Project* command (Manage Ribbon > Position Button > relocate Project. Then click a level, and "move" the project the three inches. Bsaically, it repositions the model by shifting the coordinate values. You dont ever have to try to actually move all of the items in a model at once.
          Aaron "selfish AND petulant" Maller |P A R A L L A X T E A M | Practice Technology Implementation
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