WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Today, the Associated General Contractors of California (AGC) announced a partnership with Bluebeam Inc. that features a strong focus on training, education, and workforce development. Bluebeam and AGC have committed to work together to provide a year-long program of learning opportunities in 2021, including customized online Bluebeam Academy sessions for AGC members as well a webinar series focusing on education and important industry trends. As part of the sponsorship, Bluebeam is also partnering with the AGC Construction Education Foundation (AGC CEF) to provide $10,000 in scholarships for skilled training or union apprenticeships.
“This partnership is such a benefit to our members and our industry,” said Erin Volk, Vice President, Workforce & Community Development, AGC and Executive Director, AGC Construction Education Foundation. “The “Bluebeam’s generous investment in CEF will allow us to enhance our already robust training and education offerings by providing custom Bluebeam Academies at no cost to AGC members and dedicating scholarship funds to support the next generation of skilled workforce. We’re so grateful for their partnership!”
The AGC CEF is a 501(c)3 that provides opportunities to strengthen California’s construction industry. Bluebeam develops innovative technology solutions that set the standard for project efficiency and collaboration for AEC professionals worldwide. Together, Bluebeam and AGC CEF share a belief in the power of trusted partnerships to drive positive change and build a better life for those who build our world.
“We here at Bluebeam are excited to partner with AGC-CA to deliver on our shared vision of improving the way we build together,” said Bluebeam President and Chief Customer Officer Jim Atkinson. “We’re especially looking forward to working directly with the AGC-CA to develop an entire series of trainings, webinars, and learning opportunities for members that specifically address the challenges they face every day. Working together, our two organizations can make a real difference in the way our industry builds.”