It is often usefull to create a coversheet and customized stamps to facilitiate the review and approval of submittal documents. Jim demonstrates how to use Bluebeam REVU to create customized submittal coversheets and stamps that can applied to show the status of a submittal and explains how to save and import these tools for use later.
- [Voiceover] To begin this process,…the first thing I wanna do is create…a safety data sheet submittal cover sheet.…Now I know that we may or may not use this…depending on how we scale this solution up or down.…But keeping in mind the parameters that…we discussed in the last chapter,…I wanna be able to use this form…if we need it to capture some data.…So this is where it starts to matter…which version of Bluebeam Revu you have.…So, what I wanna do, since we're using…Revu Standard Edition I wanna go ahead…and start by selecting an existing form.…
Now remember in Revu Standard,…let's go ahead and open that up,…when I pull that form up, that's the RFI form,…we also have a submittal form and we also have,…or that one's called a submittal…and then we also have a submittal form.…And I wanna go ahead and switch between…these documents and show you the difference between them.…So, this one was called submittal form…in our template list, this comes built into…all editions of Bluebeam Revu,…and you'll see that it has some blue form fields here.…
The end result is an easily accessible electronic package, with a hyperlinked chemical list that acts as a clickable table of contents—all with considerably less effort. Jim Rogers shows how to set up a project, start a studio session for collaboration, invite collaborators to the review process, set up an approval workflow, and combine all the submitted sheets into a single PDF file that can be searched and shared. Plus, learn how to keep a session open for additional submittals or archive it when a project is over.
- Setting up a project
- Initiating a session
- Involving the project team in reviews and approvals
- Finalizing the PDF
- Sharing the electronic documents
- Closing the sessions