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    Revit Phasing

    I am using Revit 2013 and I work mostly in interior buildouts. This has not been an issue before since I work mostly on smaller scaled projects but a recent project has given me trouble due to its scale. Ok, so say I am working on a floor and I decide I want to move the location of the stairs. The process for me goes:
    -phase current stair to be demolished
    -hole left over from floor profile is filled in with another slab
    -use linework tool to hid new slab
    -place new stair
    -cut existing floor profile to accommodate new stair placement
    -place new slab in existing to cover up new profile hole
    - phase slab
    -linework tool to fix views

    This is my same process for wall profiles as well that aren't getting demolished. My question: I my current method the slow and long way around the problem or is there a faster way to work with existing profiles. Is there a way to change the profile of an object in a later phase that does not affect the profile in the existing phase? Is that feature in a newer version of Revit or am I just dreaming?

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    I would not change the lines at the new slabs. yes - it looks pretty if they are gone but the point is to indicate that there is new work there, even with a note.

    -cut existing floor profile to accommodate new stair placement
    -place new slab in existing to cover up new profile hole
    - phase slab
    Why are you placing a new slab in the existing?

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    The reason I placed a new slab in the existing is I had to modify the profile to accommodate stair in the construction phase.

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