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    Default TOP OF FOOTING ELEVATION

    Summary: OUT OF THE BOX, SHARED PARAMETERS INCLUDE ELEVATION AT BOTTOM. HERE AT ceco CONCRETE, WE NEED TOP OF FOOTING ELEVATION TO BE INCLUDED IN THE LABEL'S SHARED PARAMETERS.

    Description: OUT OF THE BOX, SHARED PARAMETERS INCLUDE ELEVATION AT BOTTOM. HERE AT ceco CONCRETE, WE NEED TOP OF FOOTING ELEVATION TO BE INCLUDED IN THE LABEL'S SHARED PARAMETERS.
    mANUALLY INPUTTING THE TOP OF ELEVATION IS NOT ACCEPTABLE AND GOES AGAINST THE WHOLE PARAMETRIC IDEALOGY.

    Product and Feature: Revit Structure - Concrete Modeling (cast in place

    Submitted By: rebecca galvan on 10/29/2012


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    Default Re: TOP OF FOOTING ELEVATION

    Resolved in Revit 2015, I believe.

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    Default Re: TOP OF FOOTING ELEVATION

    It was added in 2015, but we still can not report the correct elevation if the project is using shared coordinates (survey point).

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    Default Re: TOP OF FOOTING ELEVATION

    Shared coordinates option for taf elevations has been added in 2017.
    Issue should be closed now..

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