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BimTube's Mission We aim to build everyone’s digital knowledge with content and conversations to inspire and instigate 'Better Information Management' to enable - better decisions, better infrastructure, better services, and better outcomes for our social, economic, and environmental infrastructure. Background The podcast's theme revolves around 'Better Information Management' - exploring how Digital, Data, and Technology enable other sectors, domains, activities, initiatives, and outcomes. ...
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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thebimstudent/subscribe Creating awareness about BIM and Digital Transformation in AEC Industry has been our mission since inception. Since Covid hit, we started to create online content openly accessible in different forms like YouTube. Launching our Podcast ‘The BIM Student” is another effort in the same direction. Creating content in a for that is easily accessible and creating wealth of knowledge that can be used by anyone ...
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BIMvoice

Petru Conduraru

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Welcome to BIMvoice, the podcast that provides a platform for Building Information Modeling (BIM) professionals to share their perspectives and insights on the industry. In this podcast, we cover a wide range of topics related to BIM, including its applications in architecture, engineering, and construction, as well as the latest trends and challenges facing the industry. One of the key topics we focus on is OpenBIM, a platform-independent approach to BIM that enables seamless collaboration ...
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The Structural Engineering Channel

Anthony Fasano, PE, Mathew Picardal, PE, and Cara Green, EIT

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The Structural Engineering Channel (TSEC) focuses on helping structural engineering professionals stay up to date on technical trends in the field. Our hosts for the show, Mathew Picardal, PE, and Cara Green, EIT interviews engineers ranging from recent engineering graduates to professionals from top engineering organizations on professional development topics for structural engineers to facilitate career advancement. Topics covered include but are not limited to performance-based design, fa ...
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The Future is Built! Learn more at: https://thecontechcrew.com/ Welcome to The ConTechCrew, hosted by Jeff Sample! Here, we discuss innovation and all things construction tech, including hardware, software, devices, apps, and the strategies for applying them to construction projects. Tune in each week to get your latest construction tech news update. Follow us on social media and join the conversation: @TheConTechCrew
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Join us as we talk to Design and Construction Professionals about their challenges & what they are doing to create amazing businesses.If everyone in the industry better understands each other, we’ll communicate better – leading to stronger relationships, better built outcomes, and more profitable businesses.Architects are from Mars Builders are from Venus is brought to you by RubySketch, makers of PlusSpec for SketchUp, an easy to use 3D BIM and Estimating software for Architects and Contrac ...
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Heart to Heart believes in the power behind every woman’s story. This Faith-based platform is created for women to share personal stories about Faith, Family, Friends and so much more; to encourage, inspire and empower every woman around the world to live a purposeful life and make an impact in her world for the Kingdom.
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EPISODE 413: The construction industry has been using prefabrication for years, but there’s always been a bit of a disconnect. Typically, prefabrication doesn’t start until the bid is awarded to the fabricators. But what if there’s a way to speed up the process while building a sustainable future? In this week’s episode, Nathan Wood and I speak wit…
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Join us on the Bim Tube podcast as we chat with John Nortcliffe, Arb RIBA, founder of Redhead Architects. With over 20 years of experience in the field, John shares his journey and insights into the impact of digital data and Building Information Modelling (BIM) on modern architecture. John on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-nortcliffe-7…
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In this episode, we talk with Bill Woodburn, founder and chairman of the board at Engineering Tomorrow, about the creation and impact of Engineering Tomorrow and the significant talent gaps in engineering education. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions We Ask Bill: What made …
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EPISODE 412: Burnout has long been a cause of higher suicidal rates in the construction industry. But what if there’s a way to detect burnout before anything worse happens? Join me in this week’s episode as my co-host, Nathan Wood, and I speak with Eitan Vesely, a former engineer turned successful founder. Today, we’ll talk about the world of emplo…
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EPISODE 411: Imagine having a tool that makes it easier for construction workers at all levels to find the information they need. Builder Answers is designed to do just that! Join me in this week’s episode as my co-host, Nathan Wood, and I speak with Marcus Kirkwood, founder of Builder Answers. Builder Answers is an online tool that provides immedi…
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In the latest BimTube podcast episode, Steven interviews Clay Starr, Architecture, Urban Design & Planning Lead at Esri, delving into significant advancements in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry. The conversation centres on the integration of cutting-edge technologies and data-driven strategies to enhance project outco…
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Digital Transformation in GIS and Hydrology: Insights and Innovations With Geg Cocks, Senior Applied Researcher | Spatial Data Scientist | 3DHP (R&D) Technical Lead In this episode of the BimTube podcast, host Steven is joined by Greg Cocks MSc, an expert in spatial data management. Greg shares his journey from New Zealand to becoming a U.S. citize…
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In this episode, we talk with Roberto Leon, P.E., Ph.D., professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech, about the aftermath of the Baltimore Bridge collapse, including what the future holds for its reconstruction and the broader implications for infrastructure resilience. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*…
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EPISODE 410: Is digital twinning completely achievable in construction? In this week’s episode, my co-host Jacob D’Albora and I have the pleasure of speaking with Alexis McGuffin, National Director of Digital Delivery at Suffolk Construction. With a solid background in software engineering and nearly two decades of experience in the construction in…
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EPISODE 409: Imagine a construction job site where every worker feels heard, and seen, where leadership is not about barking orders but about understanding and empathy. That’s what our guest came in for. In this week’s special Pause for the Cause episode, I sit down with Matt Ohley, a seasoned general superintendent from Ajax Paving Industries of F…
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In this episode, we talk with Ben Moerman, P.Eng., M.Eng., Ph.D., and project structural engineer at StructureCraft, about earthquake-resistant designs and sustainable construction with mass timber. He shares insights on how mass timber can enhance safety during earthquakes and the challenges it poses compared to steel and concrete. We also explore…
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EPISODE 408: Have you ever struggled to find good housing while on work travel? We all did at some point. With all these mega projects going on around the country, workforce housing is a very serious challenge. But most people don’t realize that bad housing conditions significantly impact traveling workers’ morale, especially those in construction.…
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EPISODE 407: Are you struggling with inaccurate construction layouts? Well, say hello to precise projections! In this week’s episode, my co-host Jonathan Marsh and I sit down with William St-Pierre, co-founder and CEO at Mechasys, to discuss his journey from 3D printing to laser projection technology for construction layouts. Discover how this lase…
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In this episode, we talk with Michael McDonagh, P.E., P.Eng., vice president and senior technical principal at WSP, about the exciting uses of ultra-high-performance concrete (UHPC) and the challenges and promising future of this groundbreaking material in structural engineering. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** Engineeri…
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EPISODE 406: How can a finance expert reshape the construction world and demonstrate its urgent need for cutting-edge technology? In this week’s episode, join my co-host Tannis Liviniuk and me as we dive into the extraordinary journey of Lisa Giuffra Diaz–a former managing director at Goldman Sachs turned construction technology trailblazer and men…
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EPISODE 405: As fewer students opt for trade schools, addressing today’s skills gap in construction seems far-fetched. But this episode might inspire others to step up and educate the trades of the future. In this week’s episode, I’m joined by an old friend of mine, Jim Jones. Jim is the program director of skilled crafts and trades at Colorado Mou…
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In this episode, we talk with Ishwarya Srikanth, Ph.D., P.E., A.M.ASCE, structural engineer at EXP, about innovative advancements in bridge monitoring systems, the integration of machine learning in asset management, and the unique challenges faced in offshore structural engineering. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** Engin…
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EPISODE 404: Construction is always ahead of what is going to happen. You can’t have a data boom until you have the data center–and somebody has to build it. Yet, most companies don’t put that much weight on extensive training to upskill their people. In this week’s episode, my co-host Jacob D’Albora and I sit down with Ian Theodore, the training d…
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EPISODE 403: Imagine a world where roads and bridges are designed and constructed with unmatched accuracy and efficiency. That future is NOW! In this week’s episode, my co-host Jacob D’Albora and I sit down with Connor Christian, the BIM (Building Information Modeling) operations manager at Kiewit, as we explore how BIM and generative design techno…
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In this episode, we talk with Gbadebo Atewologun, S.E., P.E., about the importance of finding fulfillment in the profession and the satisfaction of seeing one’s designs come to life. Gbadebo also discusses the impact of computers on the field, highlighting the increased speed and complexity of analysis. He shares strategies for managing diverse des…
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EPISODE 402: The biggest challenge in construction isn’t technology; it’s changing perceptions. When did you last hear field workers compliment a tech specialist on his latest software? It seldom happens, and it’s hurting the industry one way or another. In this week’s episode, my co-host Jonathan Marsh and I have the pleasure of interviewing James…
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EPISODE 401: The construction industry consumes a staggering 40% of the world’s resources while simultaneously dumping 40% of waste into landfills. Building a more sustainable future may seem like a far-fetched dream, but this week’s podcast guest thinks otherwise. In this week’s episode, my co-host Nathan Wood and I sit down with Brittany Harris, …
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In this episode, we talk with Peter Johann about the evolution of technology and innovation within the field of structural engineering. We discuss the latest tools, the impact of Building Information Modelling (BIM), and how artificial intelligence is shaping design and construction. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** Engin…
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EPISODE 400: Imagine managing your project with construction technology solutions that complement your business needs–it’s like efficiency and collaboration on the next level. But how do we inspire people to become paperless builders? In this week’s episode, my co-host Nathan Wood and I sit down with Hamzah Shanbari, an avid listener of our show an…
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Welcome to Heart to Heart Podcast, where every story holds the power to inspire and uplift! In this episode, we sit down with Christopher James Lebron as he courageously shares his journey of battling profound existential anxiety and depression. 😔 Triggered by thoughts about death and the afterlife, Christopher opens up about the physical toll it t…
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EPISODE 399: Are you tired of dealing with project delays and inaccuracies in construction? In this week’s episode, my co-host Charlie Dunn and I sit down with Dave Mitchell, the founder and CEO of XYZ Reality. XYZ Reality specializes in augmented reality solutions for construction and real-time project controls. After spending numerous years in th…
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In this episode, we talk with Cesar Matheus, project manager at Solid Rock Structural Solutions, about his background in structural engineering and his specialization in seismic resilience. He explains the concept of building information modeling (BIM) and its impact on project coordination, visualization, and data management. He also emphasizes th…
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EPISODE 398: Are you feeling overwhelmed by the demands of the construction industry? In this week’s eye-opening Pause for the Cause episode, I sit down with construction tech influencers and hosts of the “No BS with Jen and Jess” show, Jennifer Lacy and Jesus (Jesse) Hernandez. No BS with Jen and Jess is a platform that serves as a community for i…
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EPISODE 397: Is AI the future of the AEC industry? Join me and my co-host Ariel Castillo as we discover how artificial intelligence (AI) is reshaping the architecture, engineering, and construction industries with this week’s guest, Mehdi Nourbakhsh, a former structural engineer turned AI expert and CEO of YegaTech. With decades of experience, Mehd…
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In this episode, we talk with Logan Mullaney, president of InQuik USA, about the journey of InQuik from Australia to the USA and the development of their innovative bridge construction system. He also discusses the challenges faced in commercializing the system and the importance of academic research in improving and validating technology. ***The v…
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Frida's life story is nothing short of incredible. She survived the unimaginable horrors of the 1994 Rwanda genocide, where her entire family perished. Buried alive alongside fifteen family members, she defied the odds and found salvation through the kindness of a young man. Join us as Frida Umuhoza takes us on her extraordinary journey of survival…
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In this episode, I have the privilege of sitting down with an incredible guest for an enlightening conversation. Meet Pastor David Dunni Dada, the Senior Pastor at Liberty Christian Worship Center in Syracuse, NY. His ministry has spanned across Africa, Asia, North America, and Canada, where he has been a vessel of God's grace and the Holy Spirit's…
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Meet Dr. Vivian Yakpo Newton, an esteemed Educator, Certified John Maxwell Speaker, and Coach. Driven by her passion for empowering others, she obtained her Doctorate in Education from Nova Southeastern University, a testament to her commitment to continuous learning and personal development. As a mother, Dr. Vivian has faced unique challenges, but…
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BimTube Podcast #29 - Cristina Savian - Innovating Construction: The Digital Twin Journey Episode Description: 🔊 Dive into the future of construction and engineering with Cristina Savian MSc MBA MIET on "Innovating Construction: The Digital Twin Journey." This episode unpacks: 🌍 Christina's global career journey from Italy to Dubai. 📚 Transition fr…
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EPISODE 396: Could there be a solution to one of construction’s biggest challenges–cash flow issues? Join us in this week's episode as my co-host, Jacob D’Albora, and I sit down with Anwar Ghauche, the founder of Constrafor. Constrafor, an innovative construction procurement company, is elevating construction productivity to new heights. Today, Anw…
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🏗️ Learn more at https://thecontechcrew.com How is the construction industry keeping pace with the rapidly evolving digital transformation? In this week's episode of The ConTech Crew, my co-host Nathan Wood and I have the pleasure of interviewing Devon Tilly in person. Devon is the founder and host of The Art of Construction podcast and a pioneer i…
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In this episode, we talk with Jarrad Morris, P.E., RA, NCARB, a structural engineer with experience in architecture and construction, about his expertise in quality control and building dynamics. He highlights the importance of understanding the evolution of quality control in structural engineering and shares best practices for ensuring a high-qua…
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🏗️ Learn more at https://thecontechcrew.com How should the construction industry address talent shortage and accelerate innovation? Join me and my co-host, Nathan Wood, as we dive into one of the most talked about topics in the industry with Rick Khan, an industry thought leader and founder of Innov8AEC. Innov8AEC is a leading innovation and tech c…
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In this enlightening BimTube podcast episode, we're joined by Dr. François Baillon (PhD) the Managing Director of the International Humanitarian Infrastructure Platform (IHIP), a Geneva-based NGO that plays a pivotal role in bridging the gap between the humanitarian sector and the private construction industry. https://www.linkedin.com/in/francoisb…
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🏗️ Learn more at https://thecontechcrew.com Imagine a construction project where manual takeoffs, a tedious and time-consuming process, are a thing of the past. In this week’s episode, my co-host Jonathan Marsh and I interview Patrick E. Murphy, former congressman and now CEO of Togal.AI, a company that uses AI to automate the estimating process in…
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In this episode, we talk with Alicia Trout, P.E., about how she transitioned from engineering to teaching, the importance of middle school engineering education, and how she keeps the lessons engaging and relevant. Alicia also talks about the challenges of teaching a diverse group of students and the need for more diversity in engineering, and […] …
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🏗️ Learn more at https://thecontechcrew.com What were the significant tech strides in 2023, and what’s in store for 2024? In this special episode of The ConTech Crew, I sit down with co-hosts Nathan Wood and Ariel Castillo for a 2023 year-in-review and what's coming in 2024. From the rise of digital applications on job sites to the integration of A…
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🏗️ Learn more at https://thecontechcrew.com Panelized construction is on the rise, and it has become very popular for numerous reasons. In this week’s episode, my co-host Nathan Wood and I sit down with David Victor, Senior Manufacturing Engineer, and Chris Boal, Integrated Construction Director at BLUvera, to discuss the technology and process beh…
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In this episode, we talk with Shayne Love, technical director at Motioneering Inc., which is part of the RWDI Group of Companies, about the structural dynamics in modern construction, focusing on game-changing technologies like tuned mass dampers and their application in structures from bridges to skyscrapers. ***The video version of this episode c…
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🏗️ Learn more at https://thecontechcrew.com If you missed Autodesk's AU 2023 conference in Vegas, an industry-leading event, fret not because I'm bringing in a dear colleague and one of the people behind the event's success to talk more about it. In this week's episode, my co-host Ariel Castillo and I sit down with Allison Scott to give us a rundow…
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🏗️ Learn more at https://thecontechcrew.com In this week's episode, I sit down with Andy Verone, chief strategy officer at Contruent, a premier capital project management software solution. With over 35 years of industry experience, Andy has solid experience in the construction technology field. Before joining Contruent, Andy was a global vice pres…
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On this episode, we will be talking to Brent Mauti. Brent is currently the Chief Technology Officer at Turner Fleischer Architects. He is a licensed architect in Ontario and Alberta who has focused on BIM throughout his career. Brent's passion is to focus on lifecycle BIM interoperability and cross-platform synergy. Brent is also a professor at Geo…
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Ian is an associate at Entuitive, a future oriented and technology driven Structural engineering company that adopted #BIM in its inception years. He has had significant involvement in a variety of commercial, residential, institutional, and educational buildings in the Canadian and Middle Eastern markets using BIM technologies, focusing especially…
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Roddy is a Registered Architect in the province of Alberta and also a non-practicing Lawyer. After a glorious career at Stantec, in 2017 Roddy founded Holo-Blok, a company that is dedicated to fix the broken practices in Architecture and is leveraging Technology massively in doing so. His expertise in BIM and Integrated Project Delivery have allowe…
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Check out the next episode of ‘The BIM student’. Our guest is Yigit Karanfil. Yigit is a Design Technology Manager at HOK, where he actively works with clients and project teams to determine requirements and #buildtechnology workflows to deliver projects successfully. Also as an active member of CanBIM community, he has been working with Design and…
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