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    Red face HELP! We don't seem to be able to schedule materials applied to a toposurface

    Can anyone help with this, we have created quite a large toposurface which we have split up into several different subregions, and then applied different material types.

    We now want to schedule all the materials applied so this gives us an overall view of what material and there volumes are required for the project.


    Any help would be gratefully appreciated

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    Welcome to the forums.
    Topo surfaces don't treat materiality the same way other objects do in Revit.
    You can apply a material to the topo but you can't schedule it as a material.
    You'll need to create a schedule of topography and then name each surface (or identify it in some other way) so you can sort and filter by material. You can then get projected area and surface areas for each sub-region.

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    Thanks for getting back to me Dimitri, that is how we have been going about it in recent years but just thought we would check there wasn't something we were missing.

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