Peggy Smedley digs into the definition of GPS (global positioning system), giving an inside glimpse at how it impacts the construction industry today and what is in store for the future.
Are your fleets ready to follow the ELD mandate? Peggy Smedley breaks down what you need to know to prepare for the December 18 deadline.
Peggy Smedley tests the Xerox VersaLink C405 printer and determines if advances in technology can enable the device to become your next workplace assistant or is it just another really cool printer in the office.
Peggy Smedley talks human-centered computing with Masoud Gheisari, assistant professor of construction management at the University of Florida. They discuss research that is currently being conducted in this area, as well as how it will impact the construction industry.
Peggy Smedley travels to Wisconsin to sit down with Tom Clark, executive vice president of preconstruction, Faith Technologies, to discuss process innovation and bringing manufacturing to the construction industry.
Peggy Smedley is joined by Brenda Jacklitsch, health scientist for the education and information division at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. They discuss how workers can stay safe in the hot summer.
Peggy Smedley brings viewers to different projects across the country including a development project, rehab of the old forge bridge, a new sports dome, the Eiffel Tower in China, and a climate resiliency project. She identifies what innovations help these projects stand out.
From Seattle, Wash., to Charlottesville, Va., construction projects are becoming more innovative. Journey with Peggy Smedley to see how home, apartment, renovation, hospital, and parking projects are changing, with the help of technology.
Peggy Smedley sits down with Eric Olson, safety director, Western Specialty Contractors, to chat about safety and environmental policies at the company—and how it has morphed during its 100-year history. He also talks about how technology plays an enabling role in protecting the environment and keeping workers safe.
The residential construction market is picking up—and so are the screw ups on the jobsite. Peggy Smedley goes on the road and has a conversation with Mitchell Smith, president and cofounder, Pike Consulting, to take a closer look at how to be careful on the jobsite.