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.
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.
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.
Can drones offer new opportunities for BIM (building information modeling)? Peggy Smedley sat down with Chris Korody, principal, DroneBusiness.Center, and Colin Snow, CEO, Skylogic Research, to discuss this at InterDrone 2017.
Peggy Smedley answers the age-old question: Should you rent or should you buy? She takes into consideration all the new emerging technology for the jobsite and three key points to consider before making the decision.
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 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.
What technology should you put in homes that you are building? Peggy Smedley identifies four key areas that homebuilders need to consider.
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.
We are currently living in the dawn of the smart city. Peggy Smedley is joined by Carlo Ratti, director of MIT Senseable City Lab and founder of the Carlo Ratti Assn., to discuss what cities will look like in 20, 50, and 100 years—and what construction companies need to keep in mind for the [...]