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  • HOW TO START!

    Steps to opening PAD and start using the dashboard

    Fire up PAD

    Opening the PAD interface

    Click on the “Appiture” button in your ribbon. There you will find the “Project Active Dashboard” button. Click this to bring up the PAD inteface

    PAD Interface

    Initiate Room and Area selection

    Here you select your desired Room and Area category parameters within your project that you want to show up on the dashboard. Select the Phase (New Construction) and Area Scemes (Gross Floor Area) first. Remember if you don’t have any Areas in the project you can leave these fields blank and click “Confirm” to open the Project Active Dashboard

    Open PAD

    Project Active Dashboard

    Initially the dashboard will have only the project name and address however this is you dashboard for you Project. Let’s jump in!

    Selecting Levels

    Populate your dashboard

    By selecting your desired levels you have full control and can omit any superfluous levels such as reference levels etc.

    Selecting Area Types

    Populate your dashboard

    Select the Area Types in your Project you want to highlight. For instance Residential and Commercial

    Selecting Rooms

    Populate your dashboard

    Select the Room Types in your Project you want to highlight. For instance 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom units

    Selecting Parking

    Populate the dashboard

    Select the parking types you have in the project

    Typifying Levels

    Fine tuning your dashboard

    Select your levels which you want to make typical across your project. These may be levels with no content in revit or you simply want to override their current data with another level

    Clients Brief

    Comparison in the dashboard

    At the bottom we have the clients brief section. Here we can input the requirements from the client so we can see how far or close we are to achieving their goals.

    This can be in the form of a fixed number or percentage. We can also identify how the parking rates will be effected based on number of units compared with the authorities required numbers.

    Areas can also be checked against gross area ratios if your building authority provides this information.