For the works done under the structural slab I … I make a structural Floor ( usually a reinforced concrete slab ) that can be later swap with the slab made by the structural engineer and several other layered floors (non structural -architetural) that contain works that are made later on site ( Substrate, Insulation,Finishes) . Read Help Document. Just create a type of wall to be used as a baseboard or a type of floor to be used as a finish, select a set of rooms or a single room and the application will create the skirting board and the finish with the proper height. TIP: See this post on creating floor finishes in the project itself: Revit Floor Finish Workflow - Thin Floors I created a Design Option Set called Floor Finish Legend and renamed the primary option Empty. I have a project with 8 inch concrete floors and 2 inch finish. What I would normally do (in AA 2011 say) is hatch each area, and assign a type of hatch to each floor type. I can then add a floor in at this new level, 10mm thick, and assign it a surface hatch.. You can also paint each floor with a different finish but this is not as nice of a solution because it is hard to see in properties. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free, so please register today! To get full access to all the features, please register for an account. The Room Finishing application allows you to automatically create a skirting board or a finished floor all the way around any architectural room. I need my levels to be at top of slab as is the industry standard; but revit doesn't seem to understand this as far as I know since when I add a 2 inch finish to the floor, all the doors disappear, and when I increase the sill height by 2 inches, they all show thresholds now or display incorrectly. This option is literally empty and therefore nothing will show up, ever, anywhere in the model; plans, sections, schedules. This is a very tedious operation in Revit. Just edit each floor, duplicate the type and change the material. This is my proposal for creating a Floor Finish Legend in Revit: ... Where rooms have multiple finishes, the legend could read "Multi - See Sht AX.X" and a detailed floor finish plan could be there with the precise layout and materials. If the whole floor is one material, then your best solution is to set up different floor types. ie carpet, vinyl etc.. What I was thinking of trying, is creating a new level, 10mm above my FFL, and calling this "floor finishes". any suggestions? Most methods are based on the thickness of the finish material. For example, a thin finish such as a carpet might be applied with the split face and paint tool, whereas a thicker finish such as mortar-set stone tile might be a separate floor. The finish layer of flooring, i.e. The doors, casing and baseboard trim will be set at the highest level and a threshold must be placed in the openings for the transition. Architecture and General Revit Questions; Floor Finishes; Welcome to the Revit Forum You are currently viewing as a guest which gives you limited access to view attachments, ask questions and access other features. You can apply Revit floor finishes in a variety of ways. I need to create a plan that indicates floor finishes. tile, wood, carpet will sit above a leveling layer of let's say 1". The finish floor of varying thickness will sit above slab.