We are excited about the new Constructorator online training tab, where we will start posting all different construction related online training courses. With the help of Construct-Ed who has provided the platform as well as creating certifications for courses complete that you can add to your LinkedIn profile (pretty cool!). It's a great resource and they have it set up so that you can take the courses at your convenience, it tracks your progression and is simple to follow along.
In this weeks tip we show you how easy it is to get started.
A great tool to capture jobsite conditions, safety items or anything else you want to document with your iPad and insert into your construction documents, then you should check out this weeks tips on how to use the cloud+ and capture tool in Bluebeam Revu.
Shared calendars are a great tool to help you stay organized. If you have a pour crew or layout crew traveling from job to job, this weeks tip is for you. We'll show you how you can set up a shared calendar in five minutes. Hope you enjoy this weeks Constructorator tip!
With Google Photos (a free app) you can make a professional looking video in minutes with nothing more than a couple of pictures and your phone. In this weeks Constructorator tip we will show you how.
This week's tip we will show you how to quickly and simply overlay drawings in Revu. We will take a footing plan and overlay it with an underground plumbing plan which makes it helpful to see everything on one page in the exact location to help you plan your workflow, recognize sleeve location and elevations and find any conflicts. This is just one example but you can overlay any drawings on your project with Bluebeam.
Below is a link to the first Constructorator tip where we walked through how to get started in Revu by marking up a footing plan, Get started with Bluebeam Revu Constructorator Tip
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