Frank Kalman is Built’s editor-in-chief. A graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Frank has been a business writer, editor, content strategist and marketer with more than a decade of experience contributing to and running digital publications in a variety of industries.
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
Marc Robillard credits constantly evolving construction technology tools for allowing him and his engineering colleagues to effectively help clients carry out their visionary ideas
Bluebeam’s dexterity as a construction technology makes it invaluable to the industry, but standardizing its tools and features to specific job roles or workflows makes it even more valuable
The benefits of adopting a digital collaboration system have become increasingly evident in the post-COVID world. Here’s what construction leaders need to know before initiating the transformation
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
Cybercriminals are increasingly on the prowl for vulnerable corporate targets—here’s why industry leaders need to understand the rising need for construction cybersecurity.
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