Peggy Smedley defines lean, giving historical perspective and current considerations. She also looks at how emerging processes and technologies can enable lean construction.
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.
Peggy Smedley and Alison Mitchell, executive director, Sensor City, converse about a new innovation center that is dedicated to fostering the creation and development of sensor technology, and how construction companies can benefit from this type of incubator.
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.
At InterDrone, Peggy Smedley speaks with George Mathew, CEO, Kespry, discussing how drones can be used to help with reconstruction following the hurricanes.
Peggy Smedley discusses generative design in BIM, swarms of autonomous robots, ductless in residential homebuilding, drone delivery centers, and cigarette butts that are helping to pave roads.
What technology should you put in homes that you are building? Peggy Smedley identifies four key areas that homebuilders need to consider.
Peggy Smedley is joined by Dana Atkinson, research associate, Georgia Tech OSHA Training Institute, to discuss health and safety training and how technology plays a role in hindering or reinforcing these efforts.
Peggy Smedley tests the Xerox VersaLink C405 printer and determines if advances in technology can enable the device to become your next workplace assistant or is it just another really cool printer in the office.
From Seattle, Wash., to Charlottesville, Va., construction projects are becoming more innovative. Journey with Peggy Smedley to see how home, apartment, renovation, hospital, and parking projects are changing, with the help of technology.