Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Bluebeam Revu to do takeoffs, part 2, part of Construction Industry: Going Digital in the Field.
- [Instructor] Let's continue this a little bit. … Let's go to our floor plan. … Actually, let's use our foundation plan … and let's zoom in since we're taking off concrete, … we already started with the driveway. … Let's take off some more concrete. … And don't forget I just switched … from a civil drawing to an architectural drawing. … So, a site plan drawing to a building plan drawing. … My scale is probably different. … So, before I get too carried away measuring everything … don't forget to calibrate or reset the scale. … In this case we're going to change … this to 1/4 of an inch equals one foot. … We'll leave the precision set there … and I should be set to measure things. … So, let's zoom in. … We have a little detached garage … and we're going to click on area … and again just drag this out. … It says our garage is 575 square feet. … Let's click on the gear icon … and shade that a little bit so that we can... … Oops! … And don't forget to select the tool … and click on the mark-up that you just added …
- BIM 360 digital docs
- Managing drawings with Procore
- Doing takeoffs with Bluebeam Revu
- Planning revisions with Procore
- Handling RFIs with PlanGrid
- Collaborating digitally