Autodesk COBie Extension for Revit

COBie data from your Revit model

This free tool from Autodesk will allow you to set up your Revit models to capture COBie data and then export that data to a COBie compliant spreadsheet



COBie Extension Features

Intuitive Interface

Simple setup and use allows anyone, even those not Revit savvy, to produce COBie-compliant deliverables.

Zone Manager

A dynamic zone management tool lets you visually assign your Rooms/Spaces to Zones.

Use Your Parameters

Custom Parameter Mapping lets you use your own parameters to speed up the data collection process.

Integrated with Standardized Data Tool

Integrated with the Autodesk Standardized Data Tool for Revit to assign classifications for your COBie deliverables.


Accessing the Autodesk Interoperability Tools for Revit

The Autodesk Interoperability Tools for Revit installer includes the COBie Extension, Equipment Data Tool, Model Checker, Room & Area Sync, Shared Parameters Tool, and Standardized Data Tool. The Model Checker Configurator is now a separate installation.

The tools can be downloaded from, or installed directly through Autodesk Access (formerly the Autodesk Desktop App).

The Autodesk Interoperability Tools for Revit are free for licensed Revit users to download and use, just select your Revit version and get started.


Sample Files

These sample Revit can be used to test the features of the COBie Extension.

Example Excel file exported from the Revit sample model.



COBie Fields and Default Parameters

Each COBie Worksheet consists of many data fields providing information about the current project. Using the COBie Extension for Revit, much of this information may be queried directly from the assortment of Revit Type and Instance parameters present within the model. The following tables document the flow of data from the Revit Model to specific fields within the COBie Worksheet.

About COBie

The Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBie) is a data exchange standard to allow information gathered during the building design and construction process easily transferred to the operations and maintenance (O&M) team.