Bluebeam Inc. announced that the Bluebeam eXtreme Conference, held in Los Angeles from August 14-16, is on track to be the biggest in the event's 6-year history.
Over 1,000 attendees from top architecture, engineering and construction firms are expected to attend, all seeking to push the limits of project communication and collaboration. This year’s program features over 150 lectures, training sessions, customer panels and case studies, including 15 round table discussions and a record 60 presentations delivered by industry experts sharing real-world experience and innovative ideas.
The conference will feature a keynote presentation hosted by CTO and interim-CEO Don Jacob previewing exciting software updates designed to improve the customer experience and insights into exciting new hardware developments.
The 2017 eXtreme Conference schedule includes:
- Customer case-study presentations from AECOM, Barton Malow Company, Black & Veatch, Cal Poly- San Luis Obispo, City of Westminster, CORE Construction, Enbridge, Jacobs, Modulus Consulting and Whiting-Turner
- Customer panels covering a broad range of topics including “Trends in Virtual Design and Construction”, “Strategies for Adopting Lean Workflows”, “Improving Project Coordination” and developing training programs for the organization and the field, featuring representatives from Ankrom Moisan Architects, Baker Electric, Executive Construction, F.H. Paschen Construction, Gilbane Building Company, HITT Contracting, Jacobs Engineering, CORE Construction, Martines Palmeiro Construction, Meadows Office Interiors, ROSETTI, Steinberg Construction, Stiles Construction, Turner Construction Company and The Weitz Company
- 80 sessions approved for AIA CES Learning Units
- An Interactive Zone featuring exhibitors including Microsoft, Vectorworks, Procore, Egnyte, FieldLens, Volanti, and InEight, showcasing forward-thinking applications and Revu integrations
- Returning event favorites include the Bluebeam eXtreme Awards luncheon, the live Revu Skills Challenge and a networking reception in the heart of downtown’s L.A. LIVE