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Why People Development is Importaqnt

Why People Development is Importaqnt

Episode Info This episode of The Civil Engineering Podcast, we talk with two engineers from Alaska that decided to start their own firm and really focused on people development within their firm. They are Garret K. Gladsjo, P.E.and Lucas Chambers, P.E., co-owners and...

The Current and Future State of the Home-building Market.

The Current and Future State of the Home-building Market.

Episode Info This week on the Construction Record Podcast digital media editor Warren Frey speaks with Association of Professional Builders co-founder Russ Stephens about the current and future state of the home-building market. Stephens points to how digital...

The Tunnel That’s Failing New York City

The Tunnel That’s Failing New York City

THIS 110-year-old two-track tunnel beneath the Hudson River carries 200,000 people a day – and it’s crumbling. Between 2014 and 2018, major failures caused 65,000 minutes of train delays. That’s roughly 45 days of commuters stuck on platforms, trains or facing a...

Trimble Spot on with Autonomous Robotic Scanning solution

Trimble Spot on with Autonomous Robotic Scanning solution

Project progress can be monitored remotely and in 3D with a laser scanner and Trimble FieldLink software mounted aboard Boston Dynamics’ site-roving Spot robot. “Using the X7 laser scanner integrated with Spot lets us document changes on the jobsite and make important...

Defining the Problem, Solving the Problem

Defining the Problem, Solving the Problem

Episode Info Claudia Gunsch is the Theodore S. Kennedy Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Duke University, where she also serves as the associate dean of research and infrastructure for the Pratt School of Engineering. She says her favorite part of...

Priority of Nature-based Solutions in Construction Projects

Priority of Nature-based Solutions in Construction Projects

Episode Info With COP26 just weeks away, the need to design in sustainability and climate resilience into every element of the built environment has never been more in the spotlight and is the focus of the latest episode. NCE editor Claire Smith and reporter Catherine...

Substance Use and Mental Health in the Construction Industry.

Substance Use and Mental Health in the Construction Industry.

Episode Info Hixson is off this week so it’s a solo show with digital media editor Warren Frey but we still have plenty to talk about, especially the second part of our Cracks in the Foundation series about substance use and mental health in the construction industry....

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