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
Insights on better ways to use Bluebeam Revu and other industry software and technologies.
The city’s department for reviewing plan documents was stuck in a slow and siloed system for communicating corrections – until Bluebeam transformed it forever
Chris Gorse, professor of construction engineering and management at Loughborough University, talks about how construction can be more sustainable
Technology has the potential to eliminate redundant work and streamline mundane-yet-critical tasks, easing the burden on construction firms as they face a possible challenging economy ahead.
Construction companies are using technology to reduce their impact on the environment.
Building with concrete, as pervasive as it is in construction, is no easy feat. Here’s how tilt-up contractors can best use Bluebeam to make the job easier
Remote working could leave people feeling disconnected. However, technology may be able to help.
The initial pandemic panic sent FGM Architects’ employees into remote work indefinitely, hampering their ability to collaborate on project documents – then Bluebeam reimagined the way the firm operates
The transition from paper to digital is a big undertaking, but taking these considerations into account makes the process a whole lot easier
Saving a few clicks here and there may not sound like much, but over time, using hot keys leads to substantial time savings
What are window and door suppliers doing in Bluebeam to finish the job faster? Here are a few tools to count, detail and install windows and doors for both residential and large commercial construction projects.