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Revit 2023 support in ArcGIS Pro

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12-16-2022 03:22 AM
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Stefan_Thorn
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Hello,

When will Revit 2023 files be supported in ArcGIS Pro? I am using ArcGIS Pro 3.01.

Thanks!

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Andrew--Johnson
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Hi,

This will be supported in the ArcGIS Pro 3.1 release which is to be released in Q1 2023.

thanks,

Andrew

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Andrew--Johnson
Esri Regular Contributor

Hi,

This will be supported in the ArcGIS Pro 3.1 release which is to be released in Q1 2023.

thanks,

Andrew

Stefan_Thorn
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@Andrew--Johnson ,

any idea when in Q1? this can help to inform projects when collaboration with BIM and GIS is ongoing.

Andrew--Johnson
Esri Regular Contributor

Current target is end of February but that is always subject to change as we get closer.

thanks,

Andrew

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mrmark
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Thanks Andrew - it sure would be nice if Autodesk shared information with their partners before they shipped a new version. 

 @Stefan_Thorn  After battling this every year we finally bit the bullet and make nightly IFC exports of all our Revit data that our GIS users need rather than trying to use IFC for those months where Revit has updated and native Revit files the rest of the year. 

A man's feet should be planted in his country, but his eyes should survey the world. - G. Santayana
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Stefan_Thorn
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Hi @mrmark 

Thanks for share your work process. I tested it too with the project that is using Revit 2023 and have suggested it to the design leader to have this same approach.

But export to IFC is not always possible as we experienced in an other project. (see image) When working with federated models which have linked models that are mirrored and/or rotated, these models Revit cannot export with the IFC export nor there is a solution from Autodesk.

Not even to mention the impossible manually workload to georeferencing linked models where the survey and project base point are 0,0,0. A way to derive the actual coordinates from those linked models and translate this into a wld3 file would be a helpful for collaboration in GIS.

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