The nearly $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
Ways Bluebeam is doing its part to move the industry forward, and the people behind the company.
The traditional back-office function isn’t just the unsung hero at Bluebeam – it’s one of the construction technology company’s critical competitive differentiators. Here’s why.
Construction professionals can now set scale across multiple drawings in Revu 20.2 and apply length units independently of page scale
Facilities teams with access to Bluebeam Revu can efficiently plan, create and communicate workspace reconfigurations — without having to turn to costly outside resources
Looking for a more efficient way to manage the design review process? Look no further — Studio Sessions’ real-time collaboration will make the once-cumbersome workflow easier and better
Owners, contractors and subcontractors spend a lot of time submitting and reviewing paperwork to make sure each is paid on time and within budget. Inserting the workflow into a Studio Session can make it more efficient
Coordinating BIM signoffs over email is too cumbersome and time intensive. Find time and peace of mind by migrating the workflow to a Studio Session in Revu
Digital dashboards offer teams a centralised, easily navigable hub for critical project documents and information. Don’t create one without making these considerations
A pandemic-plagued 2020 has accelerated construction industry trends like digital collaboration and remote work. Here’s how Bluebeam has approached a wild 2020.
Three previous beta testers share their experience, including the value they gained from joining a larger user community