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.
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TOPIC: Bluebeam Revu
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.
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!
The newest update is now available for Bluebeam Revu 2016 with a new update process and many resolved issues. Check out the full list here, and contact our Support Team if you need any help!
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?
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.
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.
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.