Bluebeam's positive environmental impact

Bluebeam’s Contribution to Environmental Sustainability

Here’s a visual look at how Bluebeam Studio Projects has helped promote environmental sustainability in the AEC industry
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To celebrate Earth Day, Bluebeam decided to put together an infographic showing how use of Bluebeam Studio in 2019 helped promote a more sustainable construction industry.

- 32 million: Estimated number of digital documents worked on in 2019 thanks to Bluebeam Studio Projects - 3,900: Estimated number of trees saved in 2019 thanks to Bluebeam Studio Projects - 65 acres: Estimated size of a forest preserved in 2019 thanks to Bluebeam Studio Projects; this is the equivalent of 35 soccer fields; the great pyramid, for instance, is 13 acres - 5,000 miles: Estimated length of paper saved in 2019 thanks to Bluebeam Studio Projects, if standard paper size was lined up end to end; this is roughly 2,000 more miles than the distance between Bluebeam’s headquarters in Pasadena, California, and its office in Manchester, New Hampshire; it is also roughly equal to the distance of four round trips to London and Madrid; or roughly equal to a round trip drive between Perth and Brisbane, Australia - 10,496 feet: Estimated number of feet of paper based on the 32 million sheets digitized in 2019 thanks to Bluebeam Studio Projects; the top five buildings in the world, for instance, are a combined 10,683 feet high
Illustration by Ed Mann