Bluebeam Takes its Paperless Message to the AIA CC Monterey Design Conference

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This week, team Bluebeam is in Sweden. But last week, we were representing the paperless movement on California’s Central Coast during the AIA California Council’s Monterey Design Conference (MDC). Yeah…we get around.

For those who don’t know, the MDC, a bi-annual conference for California’s leading architecture firms, is anything but your typical business event. It’s held at the peaceful Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, CA. The venue, which feels more like a nature resort than a business center, made this year’s MDC the perfect place to talk about reducing paper usage. And that’s just what my Bluebeam coworkers did! In fact, on Friday Bluebeam presented an educational session on going paperless.

My fellow Bluebeamers also had a chance to meet with firms tackling paperless workflows, and even take in some of the local sights. Here are some of their photos:

The Asilomar Conference Grounds are beautiful!

The Asilomar Conference Grounds are beautiful!

Team Bluebeam ran into this dramatic squirrel on their way to one of the educational sessions.

Team Bluebeam ran into this dramatic squirrel on their way to one of the educational sessions.

My fellow Bluebeamers checking out Monterey’s Cannery Row. John Steinbeck would be so proud.

My fellow Bluebeamers checking out Monterey’s Cannery Row. John Steinbeck would be so proud.

On the drive up, team Bluebeam stopped at Good Ol’ Burgers in Paso Robles, CA. If you ever find yourself near here, stop and grab a bite!

On the drive up, team Bluebeam stopped at Good Ol’ Burgers in Paso Robles, CA. If you ever find yourself near here, stop and grab a bite!

I hope you enjoyed these photos, and remember to keep on PDF’ing!

-Karen

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