Morning Coffee Revu

Fueled by ATG + BLUEBEAM

Join ATG USA’s Bluebeam Certified Instructors every Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. CST to chat about all things Bluebeam.

What can you expect during morning coffee? Great question! The opportunities are endless and depend entirely on what you need most.

Exploring features, techniques, and best practices within Bluebeam

Getting answers to all of the Bluebeam questions anyone’s ever wanted to ask

Chatting with other industry professionals about experiences and ideas

Building relationships with a community of industry professionals and more.

Whether you’re here for a session or decide to join us each week, we look forward to meeting you and sharing a cuppa joe.

Meet the Bluebeam Certified Instructors

Jason Artley, BCI, ACI, LEED AP
Sr. Civil Technical Specialist
Moorhead, MN

Jason has more than 20 years of experience in the AEC industry and has a genuine passion for making things come to life. He started working in construction during high school and used that experience as a foundation for his career. He has an associate degree in Architectural Drafting/CAD Technology and has been using Autodesk products since 1996 starting with AutoCAD R12.

Jason started working as a civil drafter before moving up to designer. Most recently, Jason served as a CAD Manager for a large national firm. From residential subdivisions and industrial complexes to large shopping centers, Jason has been involved in many types of civil projects. He has spent time in the field working as a surveyor as well. Jason is an Autodesk Certified Professional in both AutoCAD and Civil 3D, an Autodesk Certified Instructor, a Bluebeam Certified Support Representative and, more recently, a Bluebeam Certified Instructor.

Michael Echave, BCI, ACI
AEC Technical Specialist
Phoenix, AZ

Michael is a dedicated technical specialist assisting the AEC Industry with over six years of experience. With his detail-oriented approach and strong passion for success, he strives to find more efficient workflows and processes by utilizing BIM.

With his help, firms can create custom content and transition from AutoCAD to Revit. He has an Associate of Applied Science with an emphasis in Computer Aided Design. Michael has worked with Engineers and Architects to create construction documents for projects, including Commercial, Industrial, Residential and Structural.

He has experience with mechanical fabrication drawings and production sets. Michael also enjoys giving back – he won a design competition with Habitat for Humanity and he teaches his fellow industry colleagues how to become more efficient in BIM to make the software work for them, rather than against them.

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