Bluebeam Gives Students a Head Start Through Innovative Digital Project Communication and Collaboration Solutions
While Bluebeam is attending the conference to show students and educational professionals how the company’s flagship solution, Revu®, streamlines project communication, company representatives will also be looking to learn more about the challenges that construction management students and academic professionals face. Bluebeam attributes a sharp increase in students and professors inquiring about Revu licenses for school labs and competitions to a renewed commitment by institutions to engage with the industry, define the essential skills graduates will need to be competitive and to provide the critical tools that will enhance those skills.
“During the 2013 Associated Schools of Construction competition, my team was able to simultaneously and in real time work on marking up the construction drawings with all of the amazing features in Bluebeam Revu,” says
“More and more students are requesting Revu to gain a competitive edge in competitions like ASC’s,” says
In addition to providing Revu licenses for student competitions, Bluebeam is investing in the future of the industry by furnishing university labs with Revu licenses, offering hands-on training and providing opportunities for Revu to be incorporated into the curriculum.
“I was blown away with what Bluebeam Revu could do when our group went through the training—so much more than Acrobat ever did!” says
Bluebeam will be showing students and education professionals how Revu is enabling project teams to communicate better at booth #503 in the Rose Foyer of the John Ascuaga’s
About the Associated Schools of Construction
The Associated Schools of Construction is the professional association for the development and advancement of construction education, where the sharing of ideas and knowledge inspires, guides and promotes excellence in curricula, teaching, research and service.
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