A full-featured program for construction workers, architects, engineers that can facilitate work and collaboration big time!
Wednesday April 15, 2020
July 28, 2021
Bluebeam Revu is a revolutionary software that helps to improve and organize better design, architecture, engineering, and construction teams and collaborate in real-time. The program includes various tools to get the job done faster and with less misunderstanding and confusion between teams. This is the Bluebeam Revu download page.
Design reviews: From the design team to the construction workers, get comments and updates on your architecture or engineering project without switching multiple programs.
Studio projects: Manage your projects on the cloud and share them with your teammates to annotate or edit them quickly together.
Studio Sessions: Keep track of who said what on the project and see all comments and annotations in real-time thanks to the Studio Sessions feature.
Organized documents: Keep your RFIs, submittals, and other important construction documents neatly organized and access them at any time from wherever you are.
Cross-platform: If you are on a construction site and can not access your computer, you can view the needed documents with your tablet or smartphone.
How does Bluebeam Revu work?
Bluebeam Revu works as a full-featured computer app that lets you keep track of all project details and collaborate with other teams in real-time.
Is Bluebeam Revu free?
Bluebeam offers a free 30-day trial of Revu. After it expires, Bluebeam costs $349 per seat and more. You can check out Bluebeam Revu pricing details
here. System requirements
OS: Windows 10 (32-bit and 64-bit), Windows 8.1 (32-bit and 64-bit)
Processor: 1 GHz processor or equivalent
RAM: 4 GB (32-bit Windows); 8 GB (64-bit Windows)
Hard disk: at least 5 GB
You can check Bluebeam Revu compatibility with other programs
here. Other systems
Unfortunately, Bluebeam Revu for macOS has been discontinued, though you can download Bluebeam Revu for
iPad or Bluebeam Drawings for Android devices.
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