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    The bulk of the time spent on a design project is in the detailed design and construction document phases of a project, but the building's general appearance and cost are largely fixed very early on, during conceptual design. Because the conceptual design is so crucial to the final building design, it would make sense to have a consistent flow of digital building information from beginning to end. However, the conceptual modeling tools and the detailed design tools are usually separate environments (unrelated software solutions), so the building models resulting from these two design stages have no association - digitally speaking. This paper describes how Revit® Architecture links those two environments and the benefits of that relationship.



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