Event Series Bluebeam Revu for Power Users

Bluebeam Revu for Power Users


So, you know how to use Bluebeam Revu for daily functions, like markups and takeoffs, but do you know there’s more functionality you could be taking advantage of? Revu has tools for comparing and overlaying documents, organizing your projects, automatic linking, even building custom tool chests and distributing them to make your whole company more

Bluebeam Revu for the iPad – Beginners


So, you’ve installed Bluebeam Revu on your iPad, and you know it can do some amazing things, but you’re just not sure how to actually use it. The interface seems confusing, you can’t figure out how to select items, or easily add markups, and you’re field staff is getting frustrated with what you’d hoped was going to be a great tool for them.

Autodesk Build Essentials Online Training


$525 per person (in the US and Canada) | 8 CPC/CEU credits Autodesk Build is one of the fastest growing, and most affordable, construction management systems on the market. With simple user interfaces to help streamline managing, sharing, and accessing project documentation and much more, you can easily keep track of all information in your construction projects.

Use Feature Lines to Simplify Corridor and Road Creation in Government Projects


USACE, ERDC/ITL, even state DOT level projects make extensive use of Corridor and TIN Modeling to establish exact, geo-referenced, models of existing and proposed corridor designs. The processes most government engineers and contractors use can be slow, difficult, and error prone, particularly in the commonly used AutoCAD Civil 3D workspace. Corridors have a reputation of

Event Series Revit Advanced Families

Revit Advanced Families


Many of us understand basic Revit Family concepts and how to structure them for simple design items. The design world is much more complicated than that though. What happens when you need complex layout conditions and advanced formulas to control those components? How do you create and control variable parameters and lookup item controls? ZenTek

Simplifying the Revit Template Creation Process


A productive and efficient Revit design environment depends upon having well developed templates, with the data, families, and parameters you need for your work already in place and properly defined. The issue is, that’s not a small task to accomplish, particularly when most of us still need to maintain billable hours and meet project scheduling

Civil 3D Corridors for Real World Use


It’s one thing to build a simple, linear corridor in Civil 3D, but it’s quite another to deal with the complex infrastructure many of us are faced with daily. Intersections, elbows, cul-de-sacs, and hammerhead type road designs have the reputation of being so difficult to handle with Civil 3D Corridors that many of us never

Advanced Modeling for CAD/BIM, Geospatial, Manufacturing, and Reality Capture In a Single Environment


The use of multiple Advanced Modeling technologies across the wide spectrum of commercially available design tools can lead to fail points, inefficiencies, disruptions and project cost over-runs. A single system, designed to handle 2D/3D CAD, BIM, Advanced MFG (additive/deductive), Reality Capture, and Geospatial/TIN Modeling has been a wish list item of Government Agencies for years.

Event Series Bluebeam Revu for Electrical Work

Bluebeam Revu for Electrical Work


Bluebeam Revu is the most popular, and powerful, estimating and markup tool on the market today, and it’s ideal for customizing to industry specific needs. Right out-of-the box, Revu tools work wonders for anyone in the Electrical industry. Add in a little more knowledge, and you can make Bluebeam Revu the primary tool for all

Event Series Bluebeam Revu for Beginners

Bluebeam Revu for Beginners


So, you have Bluebeam Revu, and you know it can do some amazing things to help you with your job, but you’re just not sure how to actually use it. Bluebeam Revu is one of the most powerful tools in the AEC world, providing markup, take-off, estimating, design review, punch list, and collaboration tools all