Sydney Bluebeam User Group

SydBUG meets regularly and serves as a peer-sharing platform for AEC professionals throughout Sydney.

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About SydBUG

SydBUG is the first Bluebeam User Group south of the equator and is looking to be the catalyst for the growth of other groups in the region to facilitate, share and drive innovative ways to use Bluebeam in the digital environment. Made up of digital leaders from Arup, Robert Bird Group, Ridley/Willow and Arcadis, the group will seek to push the boundaries of established practice with positive collaboration to share tips, tricks, workflows and good ideas.

SydBUG is eager for new members to help grow and make the group an inclusive, friendly forum to discuss good ideas and ultimately enhance everyone’s own work.

Russell Bunn

Russell Bunn

Russell has worked across design and documentation on some of Australia’s most complex infrastructure projects during the past 21 years. Russell is championing the SydBUG to enable positive, proactive collaboration between the many diverse industry groups and encourage a digital workflow in our BIM-centric world.

Ben Taylor

Ben Taylor

Ben's experience covers a variety of complex roads infrastructure and urban development design projects in New South Wales, and across Australia for over 10 years. Ben is championing the SydBUG to help expand the digital skills and knowledge base within the industry, as well as improve the automation, accuracy and efficiency of our workflows.

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