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Complex processes have been simplified and collaboration happens in real-time with Bluebeam® Revu®. It’s been assisting project teams from kickoff to handoff, in the office or in the field, by keeping everyone on the same page. With a technology that unites so many different roles over a project’s lifecycle, we are taking a look at how it benefits one – the architect.

As an architect, you want to ensure your vision is brought to life as you intended. Revu’s advanced markup and collaboration capabilities make it an essential communication tool – keeping the project on track and you in the loop.

Here are six workflows you can capitalize on with Revu:

  1. Design Review
    Real-time mark up and collaboration on the same documents by any and all project partners making feedback timely and avoiding change orders – need I say more.
    See more on this workflow here.
  2. Document Management
    All project folders and files can be managed in one location by project stakeholders – making the latest documents easy to access and review.
    See more on this workflow here.
  3. Submittal Review
    Submittals have been simplified thanks to Revu’s powerful markup and editing tools.
    See more on this workflow here.
  4. RFI Posting
    RFI’s have never been more organized and crystal clear – thanks to Revu’s smart markup, hyperlinking and visualization tools.
    See more on this workflow here.
  5. Punch Process
    Sort and summarize punch items within drawings – achieving a 90% completion rate on first back check.
    See more on this workflow here.
  6. QA / QC
    Quicker, more accurate and thorough quality reviews thanks to Revu’s markup and collaboration tools.

Real-time communication / collaboration, feedback and review ability – make sure these qualities speak to your project team’s arsenal today by giving Revu a try. Download your free, 30-day trial here.

If you have Revu but could use additional training, let us know here.