Peggy Smedley defines IPD (integrated project delivery), helping viewers understand how it transforms the culture of a project into a more collaborative one. She also walks through the three levels of IPD.
Peggy Smedley gives her top predictions for 2018 and beyond—but takes a slightly different approach in this segment. She gives the top three areas of business that your company should reinvent in 2018.
The passing of the silica mandate ensures workers are not breathing in harmful dust particles when cutting materials. Peggy Smedley tests a dust extraction system, which helps reduce airborne dust.
Peggy Smedley takes an inside look at new research from Purdue University that will help rebuild aging electrical infrastructure. An algorithm will help better link outages and the impact on the economy to help determine the best strategies for improving electrical infrastructure in the future.
Gary Laterovian, founder and CEO, Capnovate Construction, tells Peggy Smedley about how a combination of new ideas and technology are essential to staying competitive in the construction industry.
Peggy Smedley chats with Gary Glader, president, Horton Safety Consultants, about how the concept of predictive analytics can be used to improve safety in the construction industry.
Peggy Smedley takes viewers inside passive houses, identifies advances in aerial work platforms, creates a blueprint for the electricity grid, looks at what’s next for the hyperloop, and answers the question: How much does green really save?
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.