Ways Bluebeam is doing its part to move the industry forward, and the people behind the company.
The formally trained structural drafter, AutoCAD and BIM pro – and overall experienced industry veteran – sits at the intersection of innovative construction technology and customer adoption and success.
Don Jacob, Bluebeam’s co-founder, reflects on the lessons learned from starting a scrappy company in a garage in 2002 that has grown into a global enterprise helping construction industry customers all over the world work more efficiently
The former accountant has the unique perspective of helping determine how nearly every dollar is invested to enhance the technology company’s continued growth and value to the construction industry
The avid social media creator has brought a fresh and newly relevant perspective to connecting construction industry workers with Bluebeam’s evolving suite of technology
Andrew Gaer has experienced the construction technology company’s rise from punchy startup to global enterprise, focusing on intentional relationship building with customers every step of the way
Responsible for overseeing Bluebeam’s customers throughout Canada, David Rekker credits his proclivity for building long-lasting relationships as the key to his success
Bluebeam’s annual user conference is going 100% virtual this year. Watch Tracy Schuster explain why XCON Anywhere is poised to be special.
The virtual event, adapted from Bluebeam’s in-person annual user conference, takes place on 28-29 September and will include presentations and panel discussions featuring some of the industry’s leading influencers
The head of the Dallas Bluebeam User Group shows how leading the tight-knit community has helped deepen his use of Revu and other industry technology
Here’s a look at how Studio Projects in Bluebeam helped promote environmental sustainability in the AEC industry last year
The building automation company was stuck managing paper documents and processes, until Bluebeam Revu helped digitise its workflows
Stakeholders across the construction industry must have confidence that build quality will be an integral part of any project
Imagine pointing to an entire folder and subfolders of drawings and bringing the section cuts, elevations and plan notes to life
The traditional back-office function isn’t just the unsung hero at Bluebeam – it’s one of the construction technology company’s critical competitive differentiators. Here’s why.
The nearly US$1 billion project set to be completed in 2024 will dot the city’s already-vibrant downtown with another iconic structure – and Bluebeam Revu has become the project’s essential technology