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Military Veterans Working at Bluebeam

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Bluebeam employs many military veterans all over the world. Here’s a look at how three have found their service valuable to their roles at the company.

In the dynamic world of construction, military veterans bring a unique set of skills and experiences that contribute to the industry’s success. Bluebeam supports hiring veterans like Charles Todd, Brandon Cullum and Ernesto Obregon—who transitioned from military service to flourishing careers in construction technology.

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Charles Todd: Navigating Challenges and Building Dreams

Charles Todd’s seven-year tenure in the U.S. Navy, where he served as a gun mount captain and forklift operator, instilled in him a relentless determination. His civilian life journey led him to become an industry consultant at Bluebeam, where he assists customers with digital software tools. Todd emphasizes the value of hiring former service members in the construction industry, praising their dedication and problem-solving skills.

Brandon Cullum in naval uniform holding a certificate

Brandon Cullum: From Naval Missions to Building Construction Solutions

Brandon Cullum’s experience aboard the USS Shiloh, patrolling the Sea of Japan and tracking missile activity, equipped him with essential skills for his role as a manager of sales development at Bluebeam. His military background in communications and logistics seamlessly translated into assisting construction companies with technology solutions. Cullum emphasizes the importance of meticulous planning, a lesson learned from his Navy captain—“If you’re going to do it, do it right,” he said.

Photo of Ernesto Obregon, director of global enterprise support at Bluebeam.

Ernesto Obregon: Marine Corps Precision in Construction Technology

Ernesto Obregon’s journey from laying retaining walls to becoming a director of global enterprise support at Bluebeam is a testament to his adaptability. Drawing from his experience in the U.S. Marine Corps, Obregon values teamwork and communication, essential traits in his current role. His diverse skill set, honed through years in machining and industrial technology, positions him as a key contributor to Bluebeam’s success.

Serving Customers in Construction

These stories highlight the resilience, adaptability and leadership qualities that military veterans bring to the construction industry. Todd, Cullum and Obregon have not only successfully transitioned from military service to civilian roles but have also become valuable contributors to the ever-evolving field of construction technology. Their journeys exemplify the potential for growth and success when merging military discipline with the demands of the construction world. And we at Bluebeam thank them for their service.

Are you a former military service member looking to join our growing, global Bluebeam team? Check out our open career opportunities!

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