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The proliferation of social media has given rise to a new breed of cultural leader: the microinfluencer. Also known as just "influencers," these social media masters are creating personal platforms that are not only curating the hottest trends, but setting trends of their own for consumers. The microinfluencer isn't limited to B2C though, and n ...…
 
The average aircraft can be constructed from over 100,000 individual parts and they all need to be manufactured to very specific tolerances. This requires not only incredible data-driven systems to make and distribute these parts, but there's a requisite need to maximize efficiency of the processes. Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence has built ...…
 
A picture is worth a thousand words... Or so the old cliche goes. But for the city planner, a conversation may be worth a thousand data points. ReJuve founder and CEO Wanona Satcher is no stranger to community engagement - a necessary strategy to gathering meaningful input from citizens and stakeholders. In this episode of the AEC podcast, Satc ...…
 
There are a lot of important pieces of information that go into deciding where we want to live. There are even more data points that go into designing where we live. On today's podcast, our host spoke with Olivia Jovine, an urban planning analyst for localize.city. They discussed the process of sifting through mountains of data to find relevant ...…
 
InterDrone is always so much more than new drones. The supplemental technology, whether that’s digital platforms for connecting drone pilots or high-powered attachable lights, can provide just as much (if not more) exciting innovation. On today’s podcast from the InterDrone trade show floor, we spoke with Shaun Macintosh, Solutions Engineer for ...…
 
It's simple: for quality customer interaction, relationships and retention, you have to transparent as a contractor. "Do the right thing and the doors will open," said Diane Voirin, Director of Operations and Maintenance at Dallas-based P3 Builds. On this episode of the AEC Podcast, we sat down with Voirin to discuss the importance of transpare ...…
 
When it comes down to it, city planning and urban design is all about designing places that people actually love living in, said University of Texas professor and Director of Graduate Program in Urban Design, Dean Almy. We sat down with Dean for this episode of the AEC Podcast to discuss "modern planning" of old, and newer, smarter approaches. ...…
 
Our guest on the AEC Podcast today, Michael Talbot, is an interior designer turned quartz designer for Hanwha Surfaces. He knows what pops inside a home or business, and as of late, quartz has been not only an aesthetic trend, but a dynamic and versatile style. "With the technology of quartz, we’re able to keep integrity of visuals that people ...…
 
How do you take Continuing Education and turn it from a snore-fest to a big score? On the first episode of The AEC Stuck-Insider with Bryce Stuckenschneider, we dive into all things CE in AEC. With experience as a VP of Sales and Marketing in the AEC industry, Stuckenschneider has experienced his fair share of courses, both as an educator as a ...…
 
In every industry there's a push to be more efficient, usually in our approach; improved methodology to increase accuracy in order to save both time and money is one example. In today's episode, Masoud Akbarzadeh, assistant professor of architecture in structures and advanced technologies at the University of Pennsylvania, explains a different ...…
 
Our favorite candy or cereal starts moving long before it reaches our kitchens. They are earning frequent-flyer miles before they even leave the production facility. On today's podcast, our host spoke with Communications Specialist for Cablevey Conveyors, Morgan Bailey. They discussed the result of exact design on the transport system, how that ...…
 
"Quartz has become the go to product, even supplanting natural stone because of its uniqueness and characteristics," said Don Luther of Hanwha Surfaces L&C on this episode of the AEC Podcast. Luther shared the trends he's seeing for quartz counter-tops and bathroom surfaces--both commercial and residential--in the market, and why this manufactu ...…
 
There's a saying that "sometimes it's not good to see how the sausage gets made". However, there are several instances where how something is made is almost as important as what is being made. Customer relationships fall into that category for Magnum Venus Products. On today's podcast, our host spoke with Peter Hedger Jr. of MVP. They discussed ...…
 
Quartz has been the center of a lot of conversation in AEC as of late; it's been in the news due to new tariffs on Chinese imports of the materiel, plus aesthetic trends within the home have been shifting towards quartz. With interior design being ever-evolving, we thought it’d be a perfect time to talk to Kim Cleveland, Mid-West Sales Manager ...…
 
Pivot doors have been around for millennia, first recorded in ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome. You've probably seen them in movies like Indiana Jones or TV shows like Atlanta as secret panel doors. They're not a new technology, but in the United States, seeing them as the front door of a home feels pretty new. The trend is making it's way from a ...…
 
The best way to approach a workplace injury is to prevent it from happening in the first place. Traditionally, one of the most dangerous workplace environments can be found in the construction industry. Technology is helping reduce the perilous nature in various ways, but advancements in drone functionality are drastically improving the landsca ...…
 
Zoning is more than permitted uses and petitions; it’s about making the livability of neighborhood blocks better for everyone. In this episode of the AEC podcast, we spoke to urban planner Olivia Jovine and Andrew Kalish, head of strategic partnerships at Localize.city, a New York-based artificial intelligence startup that provides multiple set ...…
 
What if there was a way to see potential problems on your building construction project before they occur – a simple tool that instantly gave you comprehensive, accurate information so that you could quickly analyze existing conditions and avoid errors? How would that capability transform your work? Seems far-fetched...but that technology is al ...…
 
Zoning is more than permitted uses and petitions; it’s about making the livability of neighborhood blocks better for everyone. In this episode of the AEC podcast, we spoke to urban planner Olivia Jovine and Andrew Kalish, head of strategic partnerships at Localize.city, a New York-based artificial intelligence startup that provides multiple set ...…
 
On today's podcast, Sean Heath had a chat with Masoud Akbarzadeh, an assistant professor of architecture in Structures and Advanced Technologies and the director of the Polyhedral Structures Laboratory (PSL) at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design (PennDesign). They discussed the history of geometrical concepts in architectural desig ...…
 
While municipal carbon deduction goals are forcing more widespread adoption of net-zero buildings, especially commercial real estate in the United States, there's a surprising early adopter for this ultra-green construction: affordable housing builders. In this episode of the AEC Podcast, we talk to Lois Arena, senior mechanical engineer with S ...…
 
On today's podcast, Sean Heath spoke with Joao Ferreira and Gustavo Pires from Vicoustic. They discussed the importance of environmentally responsible sustainability in their approach, a groundbreaking usage for recycled plastic bottles, and some of the challenges that sound management consistently presents. Vicoustic isn't just looking at reco ...…
 
With law makers across the nation loosening up cannabis laws, we’re beginning to see a rise in cannabis manufacturing and distribution plants. Michael Greenblatt, President of Surface Technology, Inc., joined us to talk about how he and his company are tackling flooring solutions for this soon-to-boom industry. We also talked about why having t ...…
 
On today's podcast, Sean Heath had a chat with Michael Adlerstein, former Adjunct Professor, Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture and recently retired Assistant Secretary General for the Renovation of the United Nations. They discussed the awe that accompanies that type of project, the critical need to preserve a building's origi ...…
 
In the construction world, changes and evolution in technology are rampant. Mohamed Diab, professor of construction management at Minnesota State University, came on to talk about how technology has changed in his 30+ years of building, and how his students have been able to express their creativity with the new advancements in construction tec ...…
 
Japan, once known for its innovative architecture, is now one of the leading nations in regards to its construction inefficiency. Dana Buntrock, professor of architecture at UC Berkeley and Chair member for the Center for Japanese Studies, discussed what led Japan to the point, how their construction inefficiency affects climate change, and wha ...…
 
On today's podcast, our host Sean had a chance to talk with Ben Cohen, COO of Cohen Architectural Woodworking. They discussed the ways in which customer expectations have changed for woodwork, how technology can positively affect craftsmanship, the customer benefits of being able to actually touch a product before they purchase it, and Sean got ...…
 
What does it mean to be a leader? Is management and leadership the same thing? These are important questions that executives at every company should be asking themselves, adapting their style to their workforce. Mike Uebersax, CEO of Element Designs, came on the podcast to tell us his specific brand of blue-collar leadership, and how getting on ...…
 
Commercial aircraft company, Bombardier is turning its business focus towards regional jets and turboprops, after ceding a majority stake in its high-tech CSeries jet program. Attempts to break into the mainline jet market, dominated by Airbus and Boeing, have proved difficult for the Canadian-based company.Bombardier will shift focus to its CR ...…
 
On today's podcast, we sat down with Wanona Satcher, CEO of ReJuve. We discussed the ongoing reimagination of affordable housing, how important the repurposing of materials is in reinvigorating our cities, how shipping containers can be repurposed into pre-fab housing, and how for-profit companies are increasingly turning their eyes towards soc ...…
 
While the rapid pace of technological innovation may seem exciting to consumers and developers, many company's today have to balance integration of new tech on a year-to-year basis. Pat Morocco, President of Bartell Machinery Systems, came on the podcast to chat about his management style and how Bartell has solved this tech issue by putting th ...…
 
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