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    Default BIM Deliverables for GIS / ESRI users?

    Today at AUGI CON 24, there were users discussing issues they were having with regard to requesting CAD files, but receiving Revit models instead, and the difficulty it caused with their GIS program, ESRI.

    There was one person who suggested (sorry I didn't catch his name) that if they advise the design team to reference coordinate links from a survey into the Revit model, that it might export more useable outcome to CAD.

    Is there anyone else experiencing issues with this type of thing? Whether it's to agree on the problem or to suggest solutions. I would love to hear more.

    Thank you!
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