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NealP

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Well you can do this in a variety and combination of ways:

1. Use different classes for different alternatives, showing and hiding relevant information.

2. You can use Design Layers in a similar way.

3. You can use symbols for repetitive parts where applicable.

4. You van use DLVPs for repetitive parts where applicable.

5. Use class overrides for showing alternative materials etc...

My opinion would be that BIM is extremely useful and time saving for this purpose, probably much more so than one off buildings.....

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