Bluebeam’s dexterity as a construction technology makes it invaluable to the industry, but standardising its tools and features to specific job roles or workflows makes it even more valuable
Bluebeam’s tool for real-time collaboration, Studio Sessions, and its tool for document storage, Studio Projects, are both invaluable to any construction project, but there are particular ways to use each – and both together – for optimal productivity
The construction industry lags many other sectors when it comes to adopting technology. Could robotics be the answer to the sector’s skill shortage and help deliver faster, better-quality buildings?
The automation of time-consuming tasks, the real-time sharing of latest documents and the user friendly, design of Bluebeam Revu meant these leading Japanese construction firms could leapfrog competitors.
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These considerations will go a long way toward evaluating which new technologies are adding value and which are not
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Geography no longer binds employees to a specific jobsite in many industries. Hybrid working arrangements are making this possible for construction, too.
Change agility determines how quickly someone can adjust and adapt to new challenges. Here’s why it’s a useful tool when it comes to adopting technology in construction
The COVID-19 pandemic spawned a rush to remote work, and now more workers in the industry say they prefer the work style
Leaders and managers have a specific, hands-on role to play when it comes to managing change, especially with new technology adoption