Peggy Smedley addresses how hard hats are advancing, what’s new in 3D printing, advances in wireless machine control, rebuilding following the hurricanes, and what’s inside virtual reality caves.
Human capital metrics could change the game for construction companies. Peggy Smedley and Carl Heinlein, senior safety consultant, American Contractors Insurance Group, and director-at-large, American Society of Safety Engineers, talk about a new study and how it impacts safety.
Peggy Smedley is joined by Andrew Clendenen, director of business development, C1S Group, to talk about LEED certification and how it is helping build the PepsiCo project.
How can you heighten safety and save money? Industry 4.0. Peggy Smedley and Jose Luis Blanco, associate partner, McKinsey & Co., have a candid conversation about what the construction industry needs to know about Industry 4.0.
Peggy Smedley sees if the ToughTested Solar Power Bank can hold up to the elements on the construction jobsite and looks at how it can help contractors stay connected.
Peggy Smedley gives her recommendations for how contractors can prepare for the influx of new technologies that will change the way structures are built in the future.
Peggy Smedley defines business intelligence, and identifies how a new trend could help change the game, making it easier to make critical business decisions.
Peggy Smedley defines RFID (radio-frequency identification), detailing the history, what it is, how it is used in construction, and what is in store for the future.
What should you consider before you invest in employee-monitoring technology? Peggy Smedley gives her top tips for how to implement and succeed with this particular type of system.
Peggy Smedley gets a demo from Bogdan Moldovan, product manager, Skilsaw, to see how one new saw suppresses vibration and leads to more comfortable and controlled cuts.