Skills Challenge

Put your Revu skills to the ultimate test. Apply for a chance to compete!

At the third annual Bluebeam Skills Challenge, conference attendees will get the opportunity to demonstrate their speed, accuracy and creativity in unique Revu-based challenges. Don’t miss your opportunity to compete in this exciting, fast-paced event, taking place Monday, August 14 from 6-8pm.

Who can compete?

Gather a team—or submit by yourself, and we will place you with some stellar teammates. Teams are limited to three people and all team members must be registered conference attendees. A panel of judges will select competing teams based off of their Skills Challenge submissions. Teams will be notified of acceptance mid July.

What type of challenges?

We wouldn’t want to ruin the fun by revealing the exact challenges, but a solid understanding of Revu features, both new and old, will give you a competitive edge. Bottom line, be prepared for anything!

What’s the format?

This year’s competition is moving to a bracket system, which means more teams, more competition and a lot more excitement! Teams will participate in pool play and progress through the rounds with the hopes of reaching the ultimate championship showdown.

Why Should You Compete?


You consider yourself a Revu expert and want to show off your PDF prowess


You are the Bluebeam champion of your office and you’re ready to take on other champions


You like winning—especially when the prize is a brand new Surface Pro


You want bragging rights for the rest of the conference and the year


The Bluebeam eXtreme Conference, Bluebeam’s signature North American event, is an immersive three-day user conference packed with Revu training, industry panels, case study presentations, peer learning, keynotes, guest speakers, countless networking opportunities and more. Entering its sixth year, the eXtreme Conference draws in technical professionals from the top architecture, engineering and construction firms all seeking to push the limits of project communication and collaboration with fellow Bluebeam enthusiasts.

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