Archive for April, 2014

Revu/Vu iPad 2.6 Just Released

April 29, 2014

We’re happy to announce that Revu iPad 2.6 and Vu 2.6 are now available for download from the App Store. Both apps include a new integrated Help Guide as well as the ability to access files and folders, upload new files, check out and check in PDFs and edit PDFs offline through Citrix ShareFile.

In Revu 2.6 we’ve also made some improvements to the Signature tool and Studio performance and added the option of exporting tools sets via email or uploading them to a supported cloud device. Read the full release notes here.

Until next time,


Bluebeam on the Road

April 28, 2014

We’ve got an action-packed week planned, with lots of great speaking sessions taking place. Bluebeam’s Technical Specialist, Derek Gilbert, will present “Collaborating in a 3D World – Making BIM Data Accessible to Your Project Team” at 10:30am today at the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Annual Convention in Washington, D.C.

Tomorrow (4/29) our Director of Strategic Alliances, Sasha Reed, will be discussing the benefits of going digital for municipalities at the Illinois Bentley User Group Meeting in Springfield, IL. Then on Wednesday, 4/30 you can find us at the 2014 Tekla North America User Meeting in San Antonio, TX. We’ll wrap up the week on Friday 5/2 at the DBIA 2014 Rocky Mountain Regional Conference, where our Industry Specialist, Jeanette Popiel, will present “Technology in the Design-Build Process: Supplementing BIM with PDF-Based Communication” at 12:45pm. See you on the road!

Clark Construction Goes Lean & Green with Revu

April 23, 2014

Check out our latest video case study featuring Clark Construction and the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC). This new $130 million center will become the gateway to transportation in Orange County, CA, serving a wide variety of transit services including local and regional buses and trains.

Learn how the team is using Revu to go paperless, speed up submittals, improve team communications and implement lean and green practices on this LEED Platinum project.



Bluebeam Makes a New Feathered Friend

April 15, 2014

Yesterday afternoon, when Bluebeamer Stephanie went outside on her lunch break to enjoy some of the Southern California sun, she was surprised to see an adorable cockatiel hanging out at her favorite spot by the fountain. The bird had appeared to have wandered away from his home and was roaming free, but must have been happy to see a friendly face, as he quickly jumped on Stephanie’s shoulder to say hello.

Just hanging out at the fountain.

Upon hearing the news, a bunch of us rushed over to meet Stephanie’s new feathered friend and were instantly smitten! But as much as we all wanted to take him home, we realized that the bird’s owner must be missing him very much so we decided to call the local humane society in hopes they could be reunited.

While we waited for them to come, we brought our new friend, who we decided to call “Bob,” into the office to ensure he wouldn’t fly away. Everyone loved meeting Bob, and he seemed to enjoy hanging out with us at the office.

Stephanie with her new friend, Bob.

Bob says hi to Tony…

…then makes a stop at John’s desk.

When it was time to say goodbye, we were all sad to see Bob leave, but we hope that he will find his owner, or perhaps meet a new family to love him. 🙂

Until next time,



Bluebeam Heads to the Port of LA for Red Bull Global Rallycross Media Day!

April 11, 2014

It was great hanging out with our new Rallycross driver, Joni Wiman.
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Last week, Bluebeam visited the Port of Los Angeles for the Red Bull Global Rallycross media day! It was great to attend a Rallycross event in our own back yard, and we’re excited to come back to the Port of LA in September to cheer on our new driver, Joni Wiman. Watch a recap video of the event and get the full 2014 race schedule on the Red Bull Rallycross website!

We’ll be live tweeting on race days, so be sure follow us on Twitter.

Until next time,


New Updates Available to Revu 11 and Bluebeam Q

April 8, 2014

Even though we recently released Revu 12, some of our customers may not have been able to upgrade yet, or need to remain on Revu 11 since it’s the last version compatible with Windows XP and Vista.

For those of you still using Revu 11, we have some great news to share! Revu 11.7 is now available and contains a number of fixes we think you’ll like. And, it’s still compatible with Windows XP and Vista. For more information on everything you’ll find in this latest update, check out the complete Revu release notes.

And for all you Bluebeam Q users, Q 4.5.3 is now available! This update fixes issues primarily related to PDF stamps, protected documents and DWG conversion. Read the complete Q release notes for a full listing of everything included in this update.

Available Now! Support On Demand

April 1, 2014

The perfect solution. Delivered right to you!

Do you love Bluebeam’s support team? We do too! Imagine if you had members of our support team instantly available to you—day or night—to guide you to the perfect solution right from their fingertips. Well friends, the time has come! Learn how, with one button, you can instantly solve your challenges (and world peace) today with Bluebeam support on demand. An extreme new feature, the Blue Button, offers support on demand directly from your desktop (literally, your desktop).

We’ve gone above and beyond and created new technology enabling never-before-seen access to our support team. Check out our tutorial video unveiling the new Blue Button in detail. We’re sure you’re going to love it!


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