Get expert, tailored Bluebeam Training and Consulting

By David Spergel | Collaboration, Data Management

Maximize ROI with expert consulting tailored to your organization’s unique business needs

Whether you’re new to Bluebeam or looking to get more out of your existing investment, we’re here to help you make the most of your investment.

Determine areas for improvement

We’ll sit down with you to review key metrics and observe existing processes to identify efficiency gaps and develop a customized working plan.

Implement Bluebeam best practices

We know how difficult it can be to get teams on the same page. That’s why we’ll work to quickly standardize digital workflows company-wide which will save time, money, and headaches.

Maximize your team’s future success

Our team knows firsthand what it takes to reduce time to value. We’ll help you jump-start adoption across teams and projects to make your organization as efficient and productive as possible for years to come.


Expert guidance from people who’ve been there

Our consultants have years of industry experience working at companies of all shapes and sizes. We understand the kinds of challenges you face every day — and what Bluebeam can do for teams when properly implemented. No matter what you need, we’ll work side by side to help you reach your goals.


How it works

Our consulting process was specially designed to help companies like yours transform the way they build and effectively drive results.


Frequently Asked Questions

What does a typical consulting engagement look like?

Before any engagement, one of our consultants will meet with you to determine how we can best help meet your goals. Then we’ll put together a proposed scope of work based on your needs. At a high level, a typical consulting engagement includes three phases:

  1. Discovery — Our consultant takes a deep dive with your team to learn about your current processes and needs.
  2. Recommendations — Our consultant takes this information and proposes a workflow/process based on our best practices to meet your needs. You would do a workshop to validate the process and make any necessary changes.
  3. Knowledge Transfer — We’ll deliver training to your users on how to execute this process.
How long does a consulting engagement take?

Engagement lengths can vary widely depending on the agreed-upon scope of work, but smaller engagements usually last 3-8 weeks.

Do you offer in-person consulting engagements?

We’re only offering remote, online engagements at this time. We look forward to offering in-person consults once it’s again safe to do so.

Can I just talk with a consultant about questions I have?

Yes! In most cases, we do recommend a full engagement where our consultant can look holistically at what you’re trying to achieve and help put together a plan that meets those needs. However, some teams just need a little help to get over a hump or validate a process they’ve already put in place. For this, we offer one-on-one consulting calls starting at two hours where our Bluebeam consultant can offer advice and help point you in the right direction.

How can I get a demo of Bluebeam?

Our Bluebeam team works with new and existing customers who’ve already decided to implement Bluebeam in their organizations. For a sales conversation or Bluebeam demo, contact our sales team at

Bluebeam Certified Instructor badgeReady to take your company to the next level?

We offer everything from two-hour phone consultations to intensive multi-day workshops and end-to-end implementations. Set up a quick discovery call with us so we can find the right fit for you.


INDUSTRIES: Architecture, Civil Engineering, Construction, MEP Engineering, Structural Engineering, Subcontractor

Published on February 26, 2024 in Collaboration, Data Management.

About the Author

David Spergel is an Applications Specialist at Microsol Resources and specializes in emerging visualization technology for architecture and construction industries. He provides training, and consulting service, and supports Microsol’s clients using software applications from Bluebeam Revu to McNeel’s Rhino, Chaos Group’s V-Ray, and Enscape. He is a Bluebeam Customer Success Representative, a Bluebeam Certified Instructor, and a 3D printing specialist. David holds a Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering from Boston University.