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BUGs are a community-led platform for AECO professionals to connect, network and knowledge-share with their local and regional peers. BUGs unite individuals from various companies, disciplines and roles.
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Whether you’re in the office or the field, there’s always more to learn – and share! Discuss the latest industry trends, compare workflows or swap Bluebeam tips and tricks.
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Find an upcoming BUG meeting near you to connect with local AECO peers, share insights and discuss the latest industry trends.
Everyone is welcome to join a BUG! There are no membership or sign-up fees.
An active BUG member is someone who attends or participates in a minimum of 1 meeting or BUG activity within the calendar year and has registered to receive BUG email communications.
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