In short, not today. The best way to get content into Google Cardboard is to make a rendering from a vantage point within your Revit or SketchUp model using software like VRay, Lumion, or OctaneRender. Then, export your rendering as a JPG or PNG and upload it to your Scope library at https://irisvr.com/panos.
Our mobile app, Scope, reads image files (like JPG or PNG), not 3D files. The images are static, pre-rendered panoramas and the point of view is fixed in place. Mobile phones can't currently store and render (in real-time) the same quantity of geometric information as desktop PCs, and certainly not at the performance specifications that VR demands. We made the conscious choice to limit Scope's capability to pano image rendering until the software and hardware evolve to the point where we can load a large model and enable you to navigate through it without getting a headache or feeling VR sickness.
For more information on the difference between desktop and mobile VR and IrisVR's software offerings for both, see this video.