Many of you have (or will) experience frustration with how Revit handles wall joins. The attached PDF may help you keep those frustrations minimized.
Disabling wall joins on walls before pulling them into the intersection will save you all kinds of headaches. Beyond what's in the PDF, consider these concepts:
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- if you have furring walls that are going against concrete or CMU, you may lose flexibility with your walls if the concrete and the furring are all in one assembly. Consider splitting out the furring as a separate assembly, then using Join Geometry to meld the two assemblies together to get them looking right graphically
- figuring out how to articulate the walls in the model and get all the joins working is something you have to learn; see the attached PDF for some strategies in that department