Coordinating Virtual Jobsite Work

Coordinating Virtual Jobsite Work

While things are changing for everyone across all industries, Bluebeam Revu is here to help professionals of the AEC industry adapt to these changes effectively and ensure that collaborating remotely is something easy for you and your team to implement. 
See it for yourself, watch the video below showcasing how companies are using Bluebeam Revu to adjust to working from home and looking at this as a positive instead of resorting to the easier negative view point. 

 It will not take you long to learn how to use the program and it could certainly be your solution to improving virtual teamwork going into the new year!
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To overcome the current jobsite communication challenges, Musia (Active user of Bluebeam Revu) said his team has turned to screen-sharing technology to coordinate what otherwise would have been done in a trailer or on site in-person with paper plans.

‘It’s one thing to sit next to someone and open a set of plans and look at stuff and point stuff out’, Musia said. ‘It’s another thing to do it remotely. Thankfully technology nowadays is pretty solid, and there are some pretty advanced meeting functions remotely. We’ve had to do a lot of that to compensate.’

While Musia and his field-worker colleagues have had to collaborate remotely to compensate for a lack of in-person contact, one thing that Musia said hasn’t changed is their use of Bluebeam.

‘I’ve been using Bluebeam pretty much the same’, Musia said. ‘I have dipped my toes into Studio Projects quite a bit more, and even Studio Sessions. We had a few standard processes in those services, but we don’t run our whole operation out of Studio.’

‘Gradually’, Musia continued, ‘we’re learning new ways to use Studio Projects and Sessions to help our company, and I think workflows in those platforms will continue to be in place even after this quarantine is lifted. We’re thankful that Bluebeam is a powerful program.’

This story was originally published by Bluebeam, Inc. on the Bluebeam Blog.
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