Tools falling from heights are the fifth most serious work place accident. This causes billions of dollars of expense and injuries. Peggy Smedley tests tool tethers from Hammerhead Industries and its Gear Keeper solution line.
Has anything really changed with BIM (building information modeling)? Peggy Smedley answers, giving her candid thoughts on the current state of the software market.
Peggy Smedley defines Industry 4.0—specifically for the construction industry, helping contractors understand how it is going to disrupt the jobsite. She gives little-known insights about its origin and where it’s gaining momentum.
Peggy Smedley counts down the greenest cities in the U.S., and identifies some of the hottest construction projects in these areas. Will your city make the list?
Peggy Smedley is joined by Samantha Schwartz, marketing and business development director, Royal Truck & Equipment, to discuss how automated trucks can make the jobsite a little bit safer
Half of employers will require workers to supply their own device by the end of the year, which will cut costs and improve employee satisfaction. But will it? Peggy Smedley gives her top tips for how to implement BYOD (bring your own device) effectively.
Prefabrication is changing the game for the construction industry. Farzad Rahimian, senior lecturer, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, explains to Peggy Smedley the benefits of offsite and the main barriers to implementation.
Peggy Smedley tests a pocket laser distance measurer from DEWALT, and gives her thoughts on good uses of the product in the construction industry.
Peggy Smedley puts viewers to the test. If you are an excavator or contractor, or just getting ready to dig a hole, get your pen and paper out. She provides digging insight for construction professionals.
Peggy Smedley defines takeoff, helping younger workers grasp the concept and even challenging seasoned construction professionals with a whole new way of thinking.