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    I thought you could tag the top of footings in Revit 2016. I have two projects that have pile caps and one project that has spread footings. The projects that have the pile caps show the footing elevation incorrect in the tag. It is always 2'-0" off.
    I'm not sure what is different?
    See snapshot attached to see the properties of the footing and the column depth, etc.
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    #2
    What is difference between Level P1 and Level 1? How about a pic of a section or elevation view?
    Michael "MP" Patrick (Deceased - R.I.P)

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      #3
      Level P1 is the "base level". There is no level 1... see section screenshot attached.
      The other weird thing is when I take a spot elevation in section (same type) in Section, it gives me that (-3'-6") number. When I take a spot elevation in plan, it gives me the (-1'-6") number.
      What is going on here?

      Originally posted by MPwuzhere View Post
      What is difference between Level P1 and Level 1? How about a pic of a section or elevation view?
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        #4
        I have a hunch....that the Top Reference Plane in the family is at the top of the round piles and you added the footing on top of that, which is about 2'
        Michael "MP" Patrick (Deceased - R.I.P)

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          #5
          I thought about that as well, but I have deleted everything out of the family except the width, length and thickness parameters and it's still coming up 2'-0" off.

          Originally posted by MPwuzhere View Post
          I have a hunch....that the Top Reference Plane in the family is at the top of the round piles and you added the footing on top of that, which is about 2'

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            #6
            So, the Project Base Point is 2'-0" above Level P1. That's what it is. I'm not sure what to do now, should I move the PBP?

            Originally posted by secondguesser View Post
            I thought about that as well, but I have deleted everything out of the family except the width, length and thickness parameters and it's still coming up 2'-0" off.

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              #7
              change your elevation tag to survey elevation reference it the settings.
              Michael "MP" Patrick (Deceased - R.I.P)

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