What does open to below mean on floor plan?
Applicable Standards: GENERAL / GENERIC TERM. Term used in real estate to describe a condition where there is no floor that may include physical access to the floor below, as a stair. An example may be a building where the second floor (or mezzanine) provides a view or access to the main lobby below.
Can you cut concrete floor beams?
While I have never had to cut a Beam & Block floor beam, I have cut many a number of Pre-stressed concrete Lintels without encountering any problems. In fact the cut lengths are actually stronger than what they were originally designed for.
How do you create a void in a floor in Revit?
Create a Void Form
- On the Create tab Draw panel, select one of the drawing tools.
- Click in the drawing area, and draw a closed loop that intersects solid geometry.
- Select the closed loop.
- Click Modify | Lines tab Form panel Create Form drop-down (Void Form).
How do you select a floor in Revit?
In a plan view, select the floor, and click Modify | Floors tab Mode panel Edit Boundary. Watch the tooltip and the status bar to be sure you select the floor, not another element. If desired, you can use a filter to select the floor.
How far can beam and block span?
Under normal residential loading, the 155mm House Beam can span up to 7 metres while the 225mm Deep Beam can span up to 8 metres.