Archive for the ‘Bluebeam Studio’ Category

Ryan Companies Leverages Revu to Improve Efficiency on the Largest Office Development Project in Arizona History

February 14, 2014
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Check out our latest customer case study on how Ryan Companies is using Bluebeam Revu to improve efficiency on the Marina Heights project in Tempe, Arizona. This $600 million, two million square foot campus is being designed and built in several phases, which means there are multiple bid packages and different documents to review at each stage. Learn how collaborating digitally with Revu and Studio Projects has enabled them to save over $150,000 in printing costs to date, while also improving accuracy and facilitating team communication.

If you have a story of how using Revu or Studio has improved your workflow, we’d love to hear it! Simply email me at jenn (at) bluebeamsoftware.com.

Until next time,

Jenn

Mortenson Construction Keeps Their New Hospital Project on Track with Bluebeam Revu and Studio

September 17, 2013

Take a look at our new video case study featuring Mortenson Construction and their use of Revu during construction of the Exempla St. Joseph Heritage Hospital in Denver, CO. This new 360-bed patient tower is currently the largest private hospital project in the U.S. In addition to using Bluebeam Revu for marking up project files, the team is also using Studio to track the status of their pre-fab items as they are manufactured offsite, keeping the whole team updated on where each element is in the fabrication process.

We’re Feelin’ the Love!

September 11, 2013

We are honored to be featured in a recent blog post on going paperless by Greg Conary of AI Design Group. It is so cool to hear how much they love using Revu and Studio, and we’re especially happy that it helps them streamline their processes, improve efficiency and keeps poor Greg from having to sort through large stacks of paper on his desk. You can read the full posting here. Thanks for showing us some love!

Until next time,

Jenn

HKS Leverages Bluebeam Revu and Studio on Their Latest IPD Healthcare Project

September 5, 2013

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Our newest case study details how the team at architecture firm HKS used Revu and Studio to digitize communication and collaboration on their new 110,000-square-foot hospital in Gilbert, Arizona. Challenged with meeting the owner’s goal for Integrated Project Delivery (IPD), HKS needed to streamline their process of sharing information with the rest of the team. Read how using Revu and Studio enabled them to improve their workflows by increasing efficiency, speeding up communication and reducing costs.

Don’t forget, we’d love to hear how using Bluebeam Revu or Studio has improved your workflow. Just email me at jenn (at) bluebeamsoftware.com.

Until next time,

Jenn

Bluebeam Featured in Architectural Products

June 27, 2013

We’re excited to be included with the Theatre Consultants Collaborative (TCC) in the June 2013 issue of Architectural Products. The article highlights TCC’s use of technology in a mobile environment, specifically mentioning their use of Bluebeam Revu for editing and marking up PDFs, and Bluebeam Studio for working collaboratively with partners To read the full article visit the website, and click “Enlarge” to expand.

Skanska Uses Bluebeam Revu to Keep a $2 Billion Construction Project Organized

June 17, 2013

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Click here to take a look at our newest case study on how our friends at Skanska are utilizing Bluebeam Revu and Bluebeam Studio to efficiently organize and collaborate on a massive, $2 Billion hospital construction project – their largest project to date!

Want to learn more? Join us across the pond at the Bluebeam International Rally Conference in Sweden, September 13th, 2013, where Skanska will present this case study.

McCarthy Uses Bluebeam Revu & Bluebeam Studio to Manage a $250 Million Hospital Construction Project

June 11, 2013

Check out our latest video case study to see how our friends at McCarthy Building Companies are using Bluebeam Revu, Revu iPad and Bluebeam Studio to digitally manage project documentation and feedback during construction of the St. Jude Medical Center Northwest Patient Tower in Fullerton, California.

Bluebeam is Diving into Mobility Next Week!

April 12, 2013

 

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Bluebeam Software is heading to NYC to talk about one of our favorite topics – helping professionals like you work without limits from anywhere, anytime. In fact, on April 16th our very own President and CEO Richard Lee – or Rich, as he likes to be called – will be leading a roundtable discussion on mobility at Wall Street Journal’s All Things D: Dive Into Mobile Summit.

During Richards’s roundtable, he’ll be discussing how Revu helps professionals “get a grip” on collaboration by accessing documents in the cloud, redlining them with changes and making those edits available the instant they are made.

D: Dive Info Mobile is taking place April 15th and 16th at the Jewish Museum of Heritage in NY. If you’ll be at the event, make sure to stop by and say “Hello!”

Cheers,

Kyle

Revu 11 is Here

March 19, 2013

The wait is over! Revu 11 has arrived. Collaborate anytime, anywhere (even when you go offline) and organize project PDFs better than ever before.  Learn more here.

Bluebeam Revu Wins Constructech Magazine Top Product Award

March 5, 2013

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We’re excited to announce that Revu has been awarded a commercial 2013 Top Product award by Constructech Magazine!

The Constructech Top Products is an annual award program which honors technology solutions that have demonstrated outstanding innovations geared toward the commercial construction market. This year, Constructech’s editorial staff picked Revu because of how its integrated cloud collaboration tool, Bluebeam Studio, can be leveraged across multiple access points, including on a desktop, tablet PC or iPad. Click here to read the official press release issued earlier today.

As a Constructech Top Product recipient, Revu will be featured in the March/April 2013 issue of the magazine. If you can’t wait to read more, you can check out the online article here, or read about other awards Revu has won, here.

Cheers,

-Kyle


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