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    Forum Addict Andres Franco's Avatar
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    Link Revit files

    Hi there, I have a doubt, If I need to link several buildings which have been created in separated files, but I need those buildings in different elevations i.e: Building A must be located in level + 1.20 m, building B must be in level -0.80, and building C must be in level + 1.8 m, Which is the best practice for make this possible using the linked Revit files tool, any suggestion will be appreciated, tnx a lot, best regards.

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    BIM there, done that cliff collins's Avatar
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    You can Link them into a Master/Site File, and give each link an individual Project Base Point, with their respective x,y and z coordinates/points.
    See attached document about Shared Coordinates and Project Locations.
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