The Mid-Atlantic Region BUG (MARBUG) was the first regional Bluebeam User Group to launch in 2017. While the group may have initially attracted members from Virginia, MARBUG has been living up to its name and is officially the Bluebeam User Group for users in the Mid-Atlantic region. The group’s regional leaders from W.M. Jordan and Lighthouse Electric strive to provide a peer-sharing platform for all Bluebeam users throughout the region and have welcomed the former New York City and Washington D.C. BUGs to the group.
MARBUG is a tremendous resource for industry professionals eager to knowledge-share best practices, tips and tricks and engage in unique problem-solving discussions with their peers. The group harmoniously unites Bluebeam users from various disciplines and locations and welcomes all AECO professionals to join their group and geek out about all things Bluebeam!
Sean is the business systems development manager for W.M. Jordan Company and leads the Mid-Atlantic BUG with two decades of industry experience. “I could not imagine the industry without Bluebeam as a solution and the efficiencies that it provides,” says Sean. “I’m excited to collaborate with peers in knowledge sharing to help carry these efficiencies throughout the Mid-Atlantic community.”
Charlie has been in the electrical construction industry for eight years, starting as a design engineer before shifting to project management. His having been on both sides of the drawing process can lend itself to a unique perspective in the interpretation of construction documentation. As the Mid-Atlantic BUG Champion, Charlie’s excited to increase his own Bluebeam knowledge by learning from his peers while positively impacting the industry – and fellow Bluebeam users – across the globe.
We're always on the lookout for new Champions who are eager to support their local BUG and make an impact in their local community.Learn more about becoming a BUG Champion.