Conversion of files from Sketchup to Revit

Contest Ended, Winner(s) have been selected.
i need to transform some 3D stands, drawn with Sketchup, to proper Revit Architecture models, here there are some jpg for a preview. See this link for the file download:
skill, price, time, and previous experience, a proper use of families, and accuracy
Don't Wants:
i dont wont a model without quality. it is a simple geometry, but I need all the panels to be subdivided, etc
  1. Revit (2012/2013)
Additional Information

See this link to download the Sketchup file attachment


1st Winner
#2 Sketch To Revit Updated by Hiren Patel
Updated model as per your comments so kindly check and let me know your feedback.
2012-09-20 16:14:42
#1 SketchUp To Revit by Hiren Patel
Hi diego architetto,
Attached "SketchupToRevit.rvt" file as per your needs so kindly go through that and let me know your thought on the same and i would looking forward to receive your input and more work regarding the same soon.
You can easily get in touch with me any time at or share me your contact details where we can get in touch easily and discuss future work opportunity where we can work to gather.
Waiting for hearing from you soon
Hiren Patel
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2012-09-18 07:17:25


Mon, 17 Sep 2012 06:51:32 +0000
Hi Priyanka

as explained on my last comment above, the stand or pavilion or booth, is just that one on the sketch-up model
It has just to be remodeled in Revit
the level of details at the moment is ok if it will be the same than in the model
with the level of detail relating to family, I mean that such ceilings should be identified with a specific truss which is obviously not one of the default standard Revit
should therefore be identified as a "cieling mdf panel". "mdf beam cieling." etc..
same for the walls
if you look at the model you can see That walls are subdivided vertically, etc..
just That
there are no specific model of windows to be parametric, etc..
the furnitures are quite simple, and that's ok, is not for an industrial production.
the glass of windows must be 1cm thick, but the detail of fixing is ok
I dont need the printing layout
just the proper 3D model ready for all my modifications, etc.

please let me know if this is ok for you
Mon, 17 Sep 2012 04:13:49 +0000
I have reviewed the sketch-up drawings and have a couple of questions regarding the same;

How may stands are there in total to be modeled?
How much detailing are we looking at? is the detailing level same as the sketch-up drawings or more than that?
the families have to parametric families?
Sat, 15 Sep 2012 18:06:47 +0000
Ok guys

I've just explained few more things to the cadcrowd people
hope everithing is ok now

probably there was a big misunderstanding in the drafting of the original text.

in Europe we use the word "stand" to indicate the temporary structure, office or shop, that we use to work in exhibitions.
in america I found that you are using the word "booth".
someone is using pavilion
I did not know completely until a few hours ago. Thats probably the mistake

what I would like the designers will do is this: take the 3d model that I provided (made in sketchup) and starting from the same geometry, using the metric system in cm or mm, rebuilding it completely in Revit. inserting the appropriate levels, etc.

If they need an idea of materials, the original one is made in lacquered Mdf panels. If they look properly at the geometry, they easily will see that it is made with proper mdf panels, etc.
following the original model you will find all the dimensions, etc.

I'm not asking for any proposal or ideas for other objects to put on it
Just the rebuilt of that model

Please let me know if this is 'sufficiently clear and if there's all you need to do.

I've just arranged 'to add 3 days to the contest
no more unfortunately

please let me know
Fri, 14 Sep 2012 02:04:10 +0000
Thank you for the details.
Thu, 13 Sep 2012 09:39:43 +0000
the purpose is to check the service and have a real and proper feedback of how it is working
this "stand" has already been produced,
cause we moved from vectorworks and sketchup versus revit, lumion and cinema 4D and cause we are changing our approach to design production in my office. it is the first time that we are outsourcing drawings.
but in any case, on next week we are starting a new project based on this stand, cause of a new location, so what we need is a revit model in which we could work properly
starting from this 3D we are going to re-produce all the technical layout and renderings
so it must be detailed following the sketchup model
the geometry are not so complicated, but it is important to see how you are planning the levels, families, etc

contact me for any further question
Thu, 13 Sep 2012 09:30:14 +0000
What is the purpose of the revit model.
Is it to build from.
Is it for renderings
Is it to give to another party eg convention organiser.
What output will be produced from the model.
What scales will output be produced at.
Tue, 11 Sep 2012 12:56:33 +0000
Hi Sir. Yes the contest is ok. I am on progress. I will post as soon as it is finish.
Tue, 11 Sep 2012 09:03:20 +0000
hey Guys... No feedback? no success? can you suggest to me if the contest is ok? thanks
Sat, 08 Sep 2012 15:11:46 +0000
Okay, check this link to download the file attachment Thanks!
Sat, 08 Sep 2012 14:54:03 +0000
yes, sorry guys, there was a little problem with the upload that will be solved before night. sorry for that, but I'm going to put 3 more days to close the contest. bye
Fri, 07 Sep 2012 23:30:56 +0000
Hi Diego,
Could you please upload the input files that need to be converted to REVIT?
Fri, 07 Sep 2012 16:11:51 +0000
Hi Diego,
Could you please upload the Sketchup file that needs to be converted?

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