Our use of Bluebeam software has had a very positive impact on the projects we undertake. Generating PDF files, Bluebeam allows project assessors to upload photos and data directly from their tablets, creating detailed, constantly updated project plans that can show clients where there are deficiencies or issues to be addressed.
For instance, on a current school district project, Bluebeam helped us identify and demonstrate to district officials roughly a half-million dollars in needed upgrades, maintenance and modernization work. Meanwhile, on another construction project, Bluebeam is allowing Lundgren to go completely paperless, eliminating the waste that can invariably come with multiple printed change orders and project updates.
Another tool that has proven itself indispensable is the use of Multivista, which provides comprehensive photo documentation of construction projects.
For instance, at our project site for the construction of the David G. Millen Intermediate School in Palmdale, Multivista’s multiple camera angles allow for constant progress updates, allowing the client visual insight into how the project is advancing. Additionally. these photos are indexed to the project’s architectural plans, helping create a detailed record of the project that can prove invaluable for maintenance and reference needs in the future.
At the end of the day, incorporating new technology helps Lundgren continue to be an industry leader, and it also gives our clients a fuller understanding of the work we do and more peace of mind that their projects are in the hands of experts.