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    Posted: 31 May 2012 at 4:48pm
Is anyone familiar with Sitework for Revit, its from Eaglepoint. My impression is that this software enables you to generate the surrounding building site into a model. Ie Kerbs,Walls. Any information would be very useful..Smile
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Hi Dave

Yes, I am very fimilar with it.  I think its a great piece of kit personally....

Its a little bit of Civil 3D in Revit basically... you can do some good ground work, add streets with kerbs etc....  

Give me a shout if you want a look at it.... 
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Thanks for your response Rob. Just to follow on from your feedback. I am normally dealing with a 3D Cad drawing of a brownfield site. So the existing roads,walls,fences need to be drawn within Revit. This basically gives my jobs a complete look. Am i right in thinking kerbs etc can be modelled to the existing levels??
 
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Thanks for your response Rob. Just to follow on from your feedback. I am normally dealing with a 3D Cad drawing of a brownfield site. So the existing roads,walls,fences need to be drawn within Revit. This basically gives my jobs a complete look. Am i right in thinking kerbs etc can be modelled to the existing levels??
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Yep.  Using the LandCADD toolkit, you can model fences, kerbs and roads that follow the elevation of topo, both existing and proposed and along paths that you simply define by drawings lines in the your site view. 
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Rob, sorry ive not replied, been on leave. Ill check this LLancad out, i assume its a plugin for Revit..
 
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Hi Dave

Sorry, I've just re-read my post.  No idea why I said LandCADD, I must have been thinking about it at the time.  I meant Siteworks

LandCADD which is also by Eaglepoint is a Revit plugin like Siteworks but it concentrates on the placement of planting and site furniture, so groves of trees with fences around them that follow the surface etc.

Siteworks concentrates on the development of the site it's self.  So site regrading, building pads, streets, curbs, parking lots etc.

Very smart piece of kit and its getting better all of the time, hence why we have picked it up.

Give me a shout if you want me to arrange a demo either on site or via webinar?  You can ring me on 07730090737


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Hi Rob
 
Thanks for the feedback. Funny one for me as i could probably do with certain features of both software packages. Siteworks for drawing over my existing kerbs etc, and LandCadd for Fencing, trees Etc. I suppose thats why they have done this. Makes them a few more pennies i suspect.
 
Thank you very much for the offer of getting in touch for a demo, when i get a minute i will drop you a call.
 
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