DetBUG meets regularly and unites AEC professionals from across the state to share best practices and discuss construction and technology trends.Join DetBUG
DetBUG launched in July 2019 and unites a cross-section of industry professionals from across Michigan. As the construction and technology industries continue to advance, DetBUG provides the local community with a knowledge-sharing platform where members have the opportunity to expand their knowledge, strengthen their use of technology, and connect directly with their industry peers. Leaders of the group represent a variety of local companies including Dee Cramer, Barton Malow, Black & Veatch, Ghafari Associates and Advantage Electric & Controls, Inc.
DetBUG embraces peer-sharing and invites all like-minded professionals to participate in their group’s thought-provoking discussions. All levels of Bluebeam® Revu® users are welcome to join this community in the Motor Row City!
Thomas is an estimating manager at Dee Cramer and is passionate about technology and utilizing software to create more efficient, better-connected workflows to streamline processes both in the field and office. As a long-time Bluebeam Revu user and enthusiast, Thomas is the company’s Bluebeam guru and is excited to be the co-champion of Detroit BUG. “I’m always excited to spend time with like-minded individuals. I believe it’s important for everyone to be on the same page and level – owners, architects, GCs, subcontractors – and everyone in between.”
Lisa is a project coordinator for Dee Cramer and brings a unique to her work – and the BUG community. As an experienced former teacher, Lisa’s developed the company’s training programs for the field and office staff on Bluebeam Revu to increase overall efficiency and transition the field team to electronic workflows. “I’m excited to become a Detroit BUG Champion to network and be a part of sharing ideas to learn from others in the industry. It’s inspiring to hear how others are using Bluebeam and I look forward to being a part of a learning community,” says Lisa.
We're always on the lookout for new Steering Committee members who can make an impact in their local community.