Lisa Ly

Bluebeam Workflows from U.S. CAD

Mar 09: 5 Easy Bluebeam Workflows You Should Learn, Part 1

Whether you’re a master at using Bluebeam’s array of PDF tools or a beginner who’s just getting started, you’re likely creating new workflows now that you have power of paperless documentation and online collaboration. In this two-part blog series, we’re sharing five standard workflows that all Bluebeam users should add to their arsenal. In this post, we share the first three.

From AutoCAD to Revit

Jan 27: Moving from AutoCAD to Revit, It’s All About the Setup

If you’re a company or team that still uses AutoCAD for the majority of your design work, then the sermon of how much “better” Revit is than AutoCAD is a tired one. While many building design firms have decided to transition from AutoCAD to Revit, there are still many who use both software side-to-side on the same project. So why is it that there is such a big push for making the switch from AutoCAD to Revit?

How to Win More Projects with Infraworks 360

Jan 18: How to Win More Civil Projects with InfraWorks 360, from CADLearning’s Heidi Boutwell

Successfully winning a civil project can be influenced by your client relationship, team’s industry experience, and project budget. However, in some cases, you can tip the scales in your favor by providing the client with something they have yet to see: what their project will actually look like in a real-world view.

Making Drones and Aerial Mapping Work for Construction

Jan 17: 3 Benefits of Using Drones for Construction Projects

Drones provide many benefits for the AEC industry. One area that has seen much commercial success with drones is construction. Construction projects have historically been complex, time-consuming, and resource-intensive. That’s why many builders and teams are looking to drones to address some of these industry challenges. Here are 3 key benefits to using drones on your next construction project.

BIM Workshops Crash Courses

Jan 05: Announcing the New BIM Workshops, hosted by U.S. CAD

U.S. CAD is pleased to announce a new format for our popular conference series, the BIM Workshops. We’ve gathered a lot of feedback during the last few years about how we can improve the events. That’s why we’ve decided to make a big change to the BIM Workshops in 2017. Starting February 2017, the BIM Workshops will no longer be a single-day user conference. Instead, the Workshops will transition into a series of smaller monthly events focused specifically on improving a software user’s technical knowledge.