What do smart labs, virtual caves, and huddle walls all have in common? Chris Mayer, chief innovation officer, Suffolk Construction, tells Peggy Smedley about Suffolk’s vision for technology in construction.
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 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.
Peggy Smedley shares the story of the Steed family and how a hobby turned into a unique business venture in the construction industry.
In the final installment of a three-part series, Peggy Smedley takes a closer look at the technology being used on the jobsite at the New Stanford Hospital project and chats with the team about BIM (building information modeling), tablets, and beyond.
Join Peggy Smedley as she goes on a tour of the New Stanford Hospital, journeying from a helistop to an operating room.
Peggy Smedley chats with Bert Hurlbut, vice president of new hospital construction at Stanford Health Care, about the New Stanford Hospital, discussing seismic isolators and the latest innovation going into the project.
Peggy Smedley and Nancy Novak sit down for a candid discussion about women in construction, interoperability challenges, and what needs to happen going forward.
The Internet of Things is here—and Peoples Electric Co., recognizes this, offering a unique set of solutions. Peggy Smedley discusses all this and more with Glenn Kroeten, director of sales, Peoples Electric Co.
Peggy Smedley travels to Wisconsin to sit down with Tom Clark, executive vice president of preconstruction, Faith Technologies, to discuss process innovation and bringing manufacturing to the construction industry.