Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video Collaborating outside your team, part of Construction Industry Weekly.
- [Instructor] As these weekly episodes have progressed,…I've shown you how to go digital to manage your…construction drawings and your processes.…And I've shown you how to do that using…quite a few different systems or apps.…Now since there is a choice of programs out there…to work with digital drawings,…I do get asked quite a bit about what happens…if I'm using one system, like Procor here,…or PlanGrid or Fieldwire, but the designer…is working in something else like Bluebeam.…Well, that's easy, because when is started this series,…I talked about the fact that this whole process…of working with digital drawings revolves around…a single file format, and that's pdf.…
And as I've demonstrated, no matter what system we're using…the drawings started out as a pdf file…when we put them into our system,…so all I need to do is get it back out as a pdf.…So no matter what system I'm in,…let's go to Plangrid where I created that rfi.…Let's say I emailed that rfi form,…like I showed you last week,…directly to the designer, and that's great,…
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