It is important to remember the lessons learned during lockdown – they offer a route to a more efficient construction industry
The first non-family-member CEO of the 84-year-old contractor shares why she got into construction, the biggest issues facing the industry and the best advice she’s ever received
The pandemic propelled demand for streaming content as homebound consumers spent more time binge watching their favourite programs. The result: a flood of sound stage construction in places beyond Hollywood
From autonomous vehicles to digital collaboration, contractors who aren’t on top of these technologies are going to risk falling behind the rest of the industry
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
Indoor spaces remain among the riskiest for COVID-19 transmission. And with colder months ahead, building operators are turning to enhanced HVAC systems and outdoor air circulation tactics to thwart the virus’ spread
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the construction industry has had to find new ways to maintain the flow of information that’s critical to its success. Bluebeam partnered with Building Magazine to host a roundtable discussion on the most useful lessons the construction industry has learned during COVID-19.
Facilities teams with access to Bluebeam Revu can efficiently plan, create and communicate workspace reconfigurations – without having to turn to costly outside resources
Fulton East in Chicago boasts virus-fighting features like hospital-quality air ventilation and foot-activated lifts. Is this the new normal?
Want to maximise the digital collaboration Studio Sessions has to offer? Master these Revu capabilities first
Long-time construction industry photographer Tara Garner offers a look into jobsite life during a pandemic