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Fun Facts About Revu 2019

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Bluebeam announced the newest version of Revu on October 29, 2019. New features are designed to increase productivity, improve measurement accuracy and streamline deployment company wide. We combined the new features with some Bluebeam statistics to come up with fun facts. Users – According to Bluebeam, there are over 1.6 …

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A Roof to Make Frank Lloyd Wright Proud

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When the Marin County Civic Center in San Rafael, CA, was finished about 60 years ago, its striking roof color was dubbed Marin Blue. But time and the elements not only faded the luscious roof color, they also took a toll on its weather resistance. Even a reroofing system installed …

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Ultimate Guide to Surviving AU in Las Vegas

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Autodesk University is being held in Las Vegas, Nevada, again this year on November 19-21. If you’ve been there, you know that everyone has a Vegas story. There are movies about Vegas stories. Sure, they can be a little far-fetched, but sometimes truth can be stranger than fiction. Here are …

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7 KPIs for Construction

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By adopting certain processes for project management, firms can improve performance, reduce risk and minimize downstream problems. Don’t take my word for it. Autodesk commissioned a study by Dodge Data & Analytics in 2019 to survey over 200 US-based contractors about benchmarking and construction management. The study findings are described …

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BIM 360 Simplified

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Some of the best practices for building information modeling (BIM) coordination include communication, keeping team members in the loop, setting priorities for needs and requirements, validating constructability, and clash reviews of the BIM model using Autodesk Navisworks. One of the best practices is to divide the BIM model by levels …

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Plant 3D: Collaboration in the Design Model

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Proper design of industrial process facilities is important to our way of life. Processing, manufacturing and assembly all take place in plants and factories that need to function reliably. Think water, petroleum, electricity, the auto industry, clothing, food processing – we love our modern conveniences. So the designers and engineers …