Using Bluebeam Revu on a civil jobsite requires a completely different set of tools
Insights on better ways to use Bluebeam Revu and other industry software and technologies.
How do you choose the right construction software for you, and make sure that your investment is worthwhile?
Working on a job that requires numerous PDF files to be collated into one manageable document? It’s easy with Bluebeam Stapler.
The Walsh Group’s Pablo Giraldo has established a proven digital document management workflow that organises and streamlines previous paper-based processes into the modern age
The paper-intensive workflow largely dependent on in-person meetings could be improved by migrating the process into Studio in Revu
Studio Sessions can bolster communication and clarify confusion during submittal reviews, avoiding the potential for costly errors and re-work
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
Are you getting the most out of project data capture?