California-Based Bluebeamers Brave the Cold on “The Road to Revu 12”

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This week our “Road to Revu 12” team is in Chicago, IL, where we’re having a great time visiting with customers and exploring the Windy City, despite the cold temps. So far we’ve had a lot of fun checking out some of Chicago’s famous landmarks, like the Cloud Gate (a.k.a. “The Bean”) sculpture in Millennium Park, and hanging out with customers such as Goettsch Partners, who shared how they are using Revu to design the public spaces for the renovation of one of the city’s most historic buildings.

Chicago Visit

A visit to “The Bean” / Customers get a sneak preview of Revu 12

Yesterday’s adventures concluded with a fun evening at the Ivy Room, where we hosted a complimentary Revu 12 launch party. Attendees were treated to a sneak preview of some of the new features to come, and judging from their responses, we know you’re going to love them too!

Speaking of new features, if you can’t wait to find out what’s in store when Revu 12 launches later this month, you can check out our video recap of last week’s trip to Washington, D.C., where customers who got a first look at Revu 12 shared a mutual love of one of the new features. You’ll also see highlights from our customer visits, including Forrester Construction at the CoreSite Data Center project and Shalom Baranes Associates architects, who are using Revu to keep their punch process running smoothly on the CityCenter project in the heart of D.C.

Be sure to keep visiting www.Revu12.com  for additional video updates every week—including a video recap of this trip to Chicago!

Until next time,

Jenn

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