Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Bluebeam Revu to do takeoffs, part of Construction Industry Weekly.
- [Instructor] Welcome back…to our weekly construction series.…This week we'll continue our discussion on working…with digital construction drawings.…And this week what I want to do is show you how to work…with construction drawings…in a piece of software called Bluebeam Revu.…So I'm going to take the same sample drawings…that we've been working with and double click on them,…but this time they're going to open up…in Bluebeam Revu Extreme.…Now I haven't done anything to process these drawings yet,…so I still have one file with all 93 sheets…that are included in it.…
Bluebeam does have features like some…of the other software we looked at that will allow you…to extract all of these sheets and then work…with them together as a set.…And if you want to learn how to do that with Bluebeam…or really learn about any of the tools and features…that are included in Bluebeam,…we have several Bluebeam courses here in the online library…that you can take a look at…and find lots of different topics.…What I want to do here in this segment is I want to show you one…
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