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Bluebeam sets workplace example with Los Angeles accolade

Engineering and construction project software provider Bluebeam has been honoured with a place on the list of the best places to work in Los Angeles, California, in 2020.

Details of the score are listed on Built In LA’s prestigious Best Places to Work List 2020 here.

Tracy Heverly, COO of Bluebeam, said: “Our work begins and ends with the needs of our customers, and we believe investing in our people is the best way to ensure our client’s success. Recognition such as this really validates the contributions Bluebeam employees make every day toward our shared vision.”

Bluebeam is a developer of technology solutions for the global architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) industries and part of the Nemetschek Group.

Its award-winning Bluebeam Revu project management and collaboration software is trusted by over 1.6 million users across 130 countries.

Built In’s list rates companies algorithmically based on compensation data and employer benefits as reported by companies and their employees. Rank is determined by combining a company’s score in each of these categories.

Maria Christopoulos Katris, CEO of Built In, said that Built In aims to connect tech professionals with the right jobs. The companies on its list “have become part of that mission because they stand for more than just the work they’re doing. They stand for their people and purpose”, she said.

Click here to learn about other companies which made Built In’s Best Places to Work in LA list for 2020.

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