PASADENA, Calif. – Next week, design and construction professionals attending Fiatech’s 2012 Technology Conference & Showcase in Miami, Florida will have a unique opportunity to learn best practices for preparing digital documents for the jobsite. McCarthy Building Companies, one of the nation’s leading facility builders, and Bluebeam® Software, leading developer of PDF solutions for digitizing project communication, are teaming up to deliver a presentation titled Field-Ready Digital Documents, scheduled for Tuesday, April 3rd at 10:30am.

During the session Chad Dorgan, Vice President of Quality and Sustainability at McCarthy and Don Jacob, Vice President of Engineering at Bluebeam, will demonstrate how the use of interactive hyperlinked PDF project files, Wi-Fi technology and field-ready hardware has enabled McCarthy Building Companies to streamline document management, improve job site and project communications and enhance overall efficiency.

"Just like any building project, without the right tools, going paperless can be a challenge, especially when multiple contractors, stakeholders and vendors are involved in a complex project," Dorgan said. "In this session, we will show you how identifying and implementing the right tools and technology has revolutionized the way we work, and how you can apply these same tools and techniques to work smarter and faster, with better communication and visibility into the total project."

Additionally, Fiatech attendees will have the first opportunity to see Bluebeam’s new Revu 10 demonstrated live. Released on March 27th, 2012, this latest version of Bluebeam’s award-winning PDF platform solution includes several new features that prove there are no limits to how project teams can communicate digitally, including integrated cloud storage, hyperlink management, space definition for automated tracking in PDFs, 3D PDF creation from Revit and Navisworks Manage and markup to 3D views.

"Revu 10 is by far the most powerful and customizable solution on the market for digitizing project communication and collaboration," Bluebeam’s Jacob said. "We are excited to be offering solutions that help our customers take electronic field documents to the next level. By blending familiar interactions such as the veritable red pen on drawings with advanced 3D interactions, rich markups, hyperlinking and more, we are continuing to focus on our customer’s needs and providing the best solutions possible for getting projects done efficiently and on time."

For a complete demonstration of the new Revu 10, visit Bluebeam Software in booth 26 throughout the Fiatech event.