Create a Punch List for Construction Using Bluebeam Revu

Posted by Kevin Vaughan on Tue, Jun 04, 2019 @ 09:35 AM

When construction projects approach completion, a Punch List is one of the final activities that must be conducted.


Essentially, this is a list of repairs and incomplete work items remaining at the end of a project that must be finished by specialty contractors to address and fix, before the project is completed, plan submittals are completed, and the project is handed over to the building owner.


According to the Business Directory, this is the definition of a Punch List:


A listing of items requiring immediate attention before finalizing a construction project. It is a document listing work that does not conform to contract specifications, usually attached to the certificate of substantial completion. The contractor must correct the punch list work before receiving payment.

The topics of a punch list can be wide-ranging. For example, door adjustments, flooring issues, electrical problems, and damaged wood trim are all potential items in a punch list.


For decades, this has happened via a manual paper/pen process that is slow, tedious, and marred with potential communication problems.


Luckily, now, software applications, like Bluebeam Revu, provide a way to quickly and easily complete a punch list and keep every stakeholder up to speed, in real time.

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Easily Customize Markups in Bluebeam Revu

Posted by Kevin Vaughan on Thu, Aug 11, 2016 @ 09:30 AM

Here’s the scenario: You are a Project Manager at construction company who just can’t find enough time to handle everything. There are project meetings to attend, sub-contractors to coordinate with, submittals, site visits, RFIs and other looming bid deadlines. No doubt, things are hectic. So, if there was a way to save some time, you’d jump right on it. Luckily, Bluebeam Revu provides you a way to quickly markup, edit, and revise your construction plans, saving you a bunch of time to take care of those other things. Check out how easy it is to customize markups using Bluebeam Revu.
 

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Top 5 Benefits of Using a Photo-Realistic 3D Architectural Rendering

Posted by Kevin Vaughan on Thu, Jun 16, 2016 @ 09:50 AM

Article contributed by Renate Jones at Anderson Canyon, LLC - Architecture Firm in Houston, TX.

 

At Anderson Canyon, LLC, we recommend the use of photo-realistic, 3D architectural renderings for the majority of our clients. Here are the top five reasons why these images are helpful throughout the design process.

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Developer Uses 3D Architectural Models to Show New Property

Posted by Kevin Vaughan on Tue, Aug 26, 2014 @ 08:24 AM

Recently, PAW Asset Management, a development company in Southern California, printed a couple of 3D house models for their site plan model. The new development is called TaraVela. It is comprised of a small hotel and four private suites located on thirteen pristine acres of beach front property along the Pacific Coast in Nicaragua. It is a new luxury vacation destination for beach lovers and in order to easily promote the development to prospective investors, they needed a compelling way to showcase the property.  See how they used 3D printing to accomplish this.

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