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Schedules Revit mep

Schedules of a parametric model provide the most immediate return of information from the data inherent in the model. With Revit MEP 2012, you can create schedules that are useful not only for construction documentation but also for data management, for object tracking, and even for design
decision-making tools.
By building a model, you can look at it from many angles or viewpoints. Schedule views are simply another view of the model. Instead of looking at the physical elements that represent the design, a schedule allows you to view the data within the components in an organized and easy-to-manage format. Using schedules for data management is one way to
increase efficiency, accuracy, and coordination within your Revit project. You can edit the properties of many objects quickly without having to locate the objects in the model.
Revit schedules can provide you with an accurate account of the objects that are being used in your project model. The ability to track and manage objects can help with cost estimation and material takeoff. With this information readily available, you have the power to make decisions
that affect cost and constructability.
Harnessing the power of creating schedules in a Revit MEP 2012 project can help you reap the benefits that come with easy access to any model or project information.
In this chapter, you will learn to do the following:
Use the tools in Revit MEP 2012 for defining schedules and their behavior •u
Schedule building components •u Create schedules for design and analysis •u
Schedule views and sheets for project management

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