U.S. CAD is now a Bluebeam Platinum Partner
U.S. CAD has recently been awarded Platinum Partner status by Bluebeam Software.
This new designation comes as a result of meeting a comprehensive set of requirements, including the completion of a video-based training program and meeting annual sales objectives. U.S. CAD’s partnership with Bluebeam will continue to allow us to provide our customers with a powerful solution that allows paperless collaboration and coordination on any project size.
Costa Mesa, CA and Pasadena, CA (June 19, 2012) – U.S. CAD, an Autodesk® Gold Partner and the largest Autodesk Reseller in California and the Western US, is joining forces with Bluebeam Software, leading developer of PDF-based solutions for digital project workflows. As the newest member of Bluebeam’s Reseller Program, U.S. CAD is now offering and supporting Bluebeam’s award-winning PDF platform and advanced technologies to its architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) customers to help them work digitally with no limits.
Are you constantly seeing entries from past projects in the Autocomplete sections of Bluebeam Revu? I use Bluebeam for everything, including my taxes, so when I’m teaching classes I prefer not to see my utilities fill into those areas.
Attention Steel Fabricators, Erectors and Estimators. Are you currently using 20 colored highlighters, scratch paper, a calculator, a Planimeter, cheater glasses, and Ibuprofen to complete your takeoffs/estimates? You’re in luck, I started my career as a Steel Detailer, so I understand the drawings you’re looking through. I also worked as a BIM Manager transitioning 70 team members in seven locations into 3D workflows. Now I teach and I can assure you, there is a better way to do estimates and material takeoffs with Bluebeam Revu.
Now, with Revu eXtreme 2015.5, hand-written notes are automatically filtered through the OCR engine and text is added to the Comments field in the markup. Read more from Ted Moberg about this Revu eXtreme 2015.5 update:
2016 is proving to be a great year for construction professionals and companies. As reported by Construction Dive, analysts had predicted 6% growth for the industry, with construction starts reaching nearly $712 million.
U.S. CAD announced today that four Bluebeam Certified Instructors and design and construction experts from their team were selected to present sessions at the annual Bluebeam Extreme Conference (XCON) to be held August 27-28, 2019 at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, D.C.
Bluebeam’s built-in columns are great, but they might not fulfill all of your needs. In this video, Ted Moberg explains how to add fields that deliver the information you need while extracting from your sheets.
In this short video, Ted Moberg shows how to use the iPad version of Revu to create a quick and accurate bid for a roofing job. Learn how this method can help essentially any trade that requires collecting information on site for a bid.
If you haven’t heard by now, Bluebeam Revu 2018 was released in April with a brand-new user interface. Discover the 8 new features you need to know in this highly anticipated release:
As many BIM professionals know, moving from paper to digital documents can vastly improve efficiency and error avoidance in construction projects. Compared to paper documents, digital documents provide quicker access to up-to-date designs and information.
U.S. CAD partnered with Bluebeam’s Sr. Account Specialist, Greg Mosley, to bring you 6 major Bluebeam workflows that every government agency needs to start using now.
This past year has been momentous for U.S. CAD in many ways. From new additions to our team to an expanded service offerings to the completion of a multi-city conference series, 2016 was a year to remember. Take a look at some of the highlights!
Make the most of Bluebeam Revu tools like hyperlink, Snapshot, and Estimation. Here’s how to do it, with five video tutorials, courtesy of our friends at Bluebeam. How many of these have you used?
In Part 1 of this blog post series, we shared three Bluebeam workflows for dealing with RFIs, Measurements and Estimations, and Submittals. In this post, we’re concluding with two collaboration workflows every Bluebeam user should know about.
How many times have you reviewed documents on a project to find that a building has moved or been given a completely different footprint than what was shown in previous plans? Do you have a headache just thinking about it? Bluebeam Revu’s Compare Documents tool is an easy way to spot changes like this and address them right away.