The transition from paper to digital is a big undertaking, but taking these considerations into account makes the process a whole lot easier
Technology offers a great opportunity to drive better outcomes for public sector construction projects
In this second in a short series of articles we look at some examples of how Bluebeam helped public sector organisations make the review process more efficient, saving time and money and speeding up the delivery schedule.
From speed of approval to being able to free up storage space for other purposes, going digital can help public sector organisations process building activity more quickly and efficiently than working on physical paper plans ever could.
The UK’s planning rules, which grants permission for developments, particularly housing, have been described by all sides as not fit for purpose. What is wrong with the system, and what does the government propose to do to speed up delivery of the homes the country desperately needs?
Digital plan review software is speeding up the review process for urban planning agencies. Learn how one city cut plan review times with Bluebeam Revu.
Bluebeam is increasingly being used by public sector organisations in the US. Built UK spoke to the supervising building inspector for plan reviews for Merced County in California about why his team made the switch to Bluebeam and what the software has done to transform the way his team can respond to the needs of local people.
While the private sector has been using Bluebeam for several years, the public sector is now getting in on the act. Here’s how the city of Henderson, Nevada, is using the technology.
Here’s how software can help the public sector deliver more efficient projects