Many businesses in construction have found that remote working can be successful
Geography no longer binds employees to a specific jobsite in many industries. Hybrid working arrangements are making this possible for construction, too.
The COVID-19 pandemic spawned a rush to remote work, and now more workers in the industry say they prefer the work style
One company is refashioning its office with an eye toward remote work, while the other is designing its newest headquarters with full-time, in-person work in mind
A pandemic-plagued 2020 has accelerated construction industry trends like digital collaboration and remote work. Here’s how Bluebeam has approached a wild 2020.
Some of the greatest strides the construction sector has made recently with technology haven’t been with robotics or artificial intelligence, but with work collaboration and design software
Pandemic-induced supply chain disruptions are wreaking havoc on the global economy, but the pain is being felt especially hard in construction
Bluebeam’s annual user conference is going 100% virtual this year. Watch Tracy Schuster explain why XCON Anywhere is poised to be special.
AEC workers rely on several essential tools to get the job done. Here, an architect shares the items he can’t live without on the job
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