What really is BIM (building information modeling)? Peggy Smedley answers, and breaks it down, walking viewers through 2D, 3D, 4D, 5D, and even 6D BIM.
Data, data, data. How do you manage all the data? Peggy Smedley asks Ken Pittman, chief marketing officer for TrueLook, and he identifies new ways this can be better managed on the construction jobsite.
Are your gloves cut proof? Peggy Smedley puts one pair to the test, giving viewers a demonstration of the new Glovax Gloves. They just might keep your workers’ hands safer on the construction jobsite.
Is your equipment in good “health?” Jim Wagner and Andrew Kahler of John Deere answer. They tell Peggy Smedley about the data that is central to monitoring equipment and how it ultimately helps construction companies.
Peggy Smedley sits down with Lisa Pickell, COO, Orren Pickell Building Group, to discuss how the labor force has changed in the last 20 years and what can be done to get more women involved in the construction industry. Pickell also talks about how to keep a family-owned business running in a competitive landscape. [...]
Peggy Smedley is joined by Wes Scott, director of consulting, National Safety Council, to discuss National Safety Month, the biggest hurdles facing construction workers, and the type of equipment workers should be using to improve safety.
Peggy Smedley talks safety, highlighting results from a survey that are just downright scary. She also takes a look inside a smart neighborhood and the project of the week. Finally, she identifies how tech is helping with communities in need and how research is enabling phones to automatically track equipment.
Step back 20 years to take a look at what ERP (enterprise-resource planning) used to mean, and how it has evolved today, as Peggy Smedley uncovers what construction professionals need to know.
A design tool for anyone to use. Peggy Smedley walks viewers through how beginners can get started dabbling with a design tool.
Catch if someone is stealing from you with this tool! David Gaw, founder and CEO of Sensera Systems explains to Peggy Smedley how cameras can have an eye on your jobsite making them safer and more secure.