In Quick Setting, it is possible to add up to three slots of fire requirements for walls.

The drop-down in the dialogue only shows Generic Models(Revit 2020 - 2021) and Fire Protection (Revit 2022-).

When selecting a family, notice that the family must be a line-based family for the tool to fully work.

The text on the buttons changes from Quick 1-3 to Type name when saved.


The three buttons Quick 1 – 3 can now be used to quickly place a Compartmentation requirement for walls


When the tool starts it is only possible to select the category Walls.

The line-based Generic model(Revit 2020-2021) or Fire Protection (Revit 2022-) will automatically copy 

the length of the wall and adjust the length of the instance. If the family has the parameter Fire_Top, 

the tool will adjust the height after the Unconnected Height value from the wall instance. Placing 

the compartmentation instance the tool will check which level in the linked model the wall is connected to.

If there is a level in the engineering model with the same elevation it will automatically connect to that 

level and have the same height/offset. If there does not exist a level in the engineering model on 

the same elevation, it will automatically place the compartmentation on the view’s level


Note: Add any line-based Generic model family(Revit 2020-2021) or Fire Protection family (Revit 2022-).

Required to have Fire_Top: Sets the height of the boundary to the same as the wall’s height. 

If the parameter doesn’t exist it will ignore the height.