Speed has become paramount in the increasingly competitive industry, says Bantrel Co. project engineer Duane Gingras, making digital tools like Bluebeam essential for success.
The leaders and influencers that are making real change happen in the industry.
Wamarra and Symal Infrastructure are aiming to create more opportunities and remove barriers for the employment of Aboriginal people, while using the latest in Bluebeam software.
Discover how Golder, a global consulting firm, implemented Bluebeam as their standard software solution, revolutionising workflows and communication. Explore their four-step implementation strategy and how they customised Bluebeam to suit their diverse teams.
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With a focus on efficiency and precision, Patterson Building Group has found Bluebeam to be essential in its pursuit of cost-effective and timely project delivery.
Bluebeam is increasingly being used by public sector organisations in the U.S. Built UK spoke to the supervising building inspector for plan reviews for Merced County in California about why his team made the switch to Bluebeam and what the software has done to transform the way his team can respond to the needs of local people.
NAIDOC Week is a time to reflect on and appreciate the contributions of First Nations people in Australia. Discover the significance of NAIDOC Week, the role of elders, and the importance of engaging with Indigenous voices. Learn about Danielle Leedie Gray, a First Nations graphic artist and designer, and how businesses can support and collaborate with First Nations artists. Explore ways to create a more inclusive and respectful environment in the design, engineering, and construction industries.
Discover how Wamarra, an Aboriginal-owned civil contractor in Australia, is revolutionising the construction industry by providing full-time employment, career pathways, and training opportunities for First Nations people. Learn about their approach to building sustainable Indigenous employment, creating economic independence, and empowering Aboriginal communities.
Discover the success story of Downer Group’s Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and its impact on the construction industry. Explore how their commitment to Indigenous employment, cultural respect, and community engagement has transformed their business. Learn about the power of RAPs in driving economic equity, fostering positive relationships, and creating a more inclusive future.
In construction, Stacey has emerged as a trailblazer, making a remarkable impact on the implementation of Bluebeam at Inertia Engineering
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.
The safety of workers on building sites is paramount. Protective clothing has moved on from basic boots, hard hats and gloves to garments featuring high-spec technology.
Women are making inroads in construction, filling roles across the industry from project managers to architects. Built spoke to Afsheen Ul Haq, a forensic and risk planning manager at BAM, to hear about her path into the sector and the challenges for women in the industry.