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The Built Environment Marketing Show is designed to share inspirational built-environment business leaders talking about all things marketing. Each episode is about sharing useful hints and tips from a built environment marketing context. The show provides interviews and solo thoughts on different approaches that could be applied to your engineering or architectural business, now. Hosted by award-winning marketing consultant Ayo Abbas from Abbas Marketing.
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Design the Future

Lindsay Baker & Kira Gould

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Women are living, learning, and leading towards a sustainable future. Their stories can help us all accelerate toward that vision in the built environment. Design the Future is a podcast created to elevate and explore the voices of women driving sustainable practices in the built environment and related fields. Lindsay Baker, a sustainability and social impact leader, and Kira Gould, a writer and communications strategist, host these conversations.
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The RICS Podcast

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

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Welcome to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Podcast, an exclusive podcast series bringing together expert guests to discuss the most pertinent, industry-shaping topics from the world of Chartered Surveying. Every Monday you can expect a vibrant panel discussion covering topics such as new rules of conduct, the future of quantity surveying and the RICS global standard to name a few. Tune in to stay on top of the latest industry trends and changes whilst topping up your skills. Lea ...
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Over the last two decades, I have had the privilege to talk with and even consider as friends some of the brightest minds, innovators and leaders in the field of air quality, ventilation and the built environment. My hope is to bring some of these conversations to you in this podcast. Conversation with the people at the heart of this sector. About them and their organisations. What they are working on, where this is going.
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Welcome to the Brick & Wonder podcast, where we delve into the art and science of collaboration within the built environment industry. Hosted by Drew Lang, founder of Brick & Wonder, this podcast explores the stories and strategies behind successful collaborations that drive innovation and shape the built world around us. Join us as we sit down with interdisciplinary professionals at the forefront of their fields, uncovering the paths to effective collaboration and successful entrepreneurshi ...
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the Built Environment

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A podcast exploring intersections of systemic violence towards people & land on Turtle Island (Canada). Highlighting community resistance. Produced and hosted by @brennaowen & @marshamcleod_to
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Welcome to ARKANCE’s Think Future Podcast Series. Each week we’re speaking with innovative leaders across AEC and Manufacturing, and engaging with thought leaders for sustainable building, and manufacturing practices, to uncover game changers for the future built environment. We’re passionate about helping our listeners keep pace with digital change, across Construction and , so they can achieve their own technological, sustainability and leadership goals.
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In the face of climate change, urbanization, population growth and many other grand challenges that our world faces, many inspiring individuals are stepping up to tackling these challenges in their own unique ways. Hear the passionate story of inspiring guests, which I interview on each episode. We learn about how their journeys along the cutting edges of science, engineering, technology and design has shaped them as a person, all while are creating new solutions and ways of thinking for an ...
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Hosts Monika Serrano and Jessica Mederson interview people across the private and public sectors to discuss adapting the built environment to a changing climate. While sustainability/mitigation still receive the lion's share of the attention, ensuring that we are adapting to more extreme weather events and changing weather patterns requires us to reexamine what it takes to make our buildings, infrastructure, and communities resilient, so that people, buildings, and businesses can continue to ...
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Urbanism Vancouver

Helen Lui & Aaron Johnson

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Urbanism Vancouver explores the built environment of Vancouver, Canada - how we got to where we are, and what our history tells us about how we look forward to the future. We share insights not only from industry experts, but also from passionate advocates, and residents like you. With each episode, we'll look at different components that shape our urban experience in Vancouver, and we'll discuss how we can make cities more vibrant, affordable, and liveable places. With our shared experience ...
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Welcome to Built Environment Matters. A monthly podcast brought to you by Bryden Wood, an international company of technologists, designers, architects, engineers and analysts working for a better built environment. Bryden Wood believe in design to value to cut carbon, drive efficiency, save time, make beautiful places and build a better future.
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Have you hit a glass ceiling in your built environment business? Host Christina May cuts through the marketing jargon and techno-babble to give you actionable step-by-step strategies to get results without the BS. Tune in weekly for digital marketing, social media, websites, SEO, customer surveys, sales strategies, and more. Whether you build components, distribute materials, are a builder or contractor, or even in real estate, a solopreneur or multi-million dollar CEO, each episode is desig ...
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Coaches On The Couch

Rachel Birchmore and Louise Rodgers

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Coaches On The Couch is the podcast from the coaches behind Step Up (stepuplondon.com) the leadership development programme for architects and built environment consultancies. Co-hosts Rachel Birchmore and Louise Rodgers bring their experience and knowledge of the sector and coaching insights to explore the world of work and progressive leadership through conversations with special guests. Our publication 'Learning from Lockdown' marking 12 months of the podcast is available at http://www.st ...
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Impact Icons

Imagine a Place Productions

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Hosted by Mortarr and Ecomedes' Jen Levisen, Impact Icons celebrates sustainability leaders within the built environment who have been instrumental in building the foundations needed to shape the skyline for a greener tomorrow. From energy and water to carbon, health, circularity, and social, our industry has unsung heroes who move the needle in one or more of these impact areas. These sustainability heroes are our Impact Icons, and it is the noblest cause for celebration! Join us each month ...
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UCL's award-winning campaign, Disruptive Thinking Since 1826 and hashtag #MadeAtUCL, has been phenomenal in its scope with hoardings at UCL East in London, graphics and animations on our website; a festival, podcast series, and involvement of the wider public to vote for their favourite breakthrough UCL research. This year, we continue to feature more UCL breakthrough stories through Season Two of the podcast! This time, we are also sharing stories from our community, our pioneering research ...
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Earthy Chats Podcast

Green Teacher, Outdoor Learning Store/CBEEN, and Stoked on Science

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Join us for wide-ranging chats with environmental educators about best practices, changing trends, and new insights about the enviro. ed. field. Long-time educators Ian Shanahan from Green Teacher and Jade Harvey-Berrill from the Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network (CBEEN) and Stoked on Science facilitate the cross-pollination of ideas. Join the discussion!
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A podcast by Glasgow City Heritage Trust which focuses on the relationships, stories and shared memories that exist between Glasgow’s historic buildings and the city's communities. Presented by Glasgow City Heritage Trust’s Director Niall Murphy, this series features guests discussing with Niall a specific area, type of building or aspect of Glasgow’s heritage, not only from a historical and architectural point of view, but also from the perspective of the community; drawing on the guests’ p ...
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The podcast for urbanists fighting climate change. Hosted by Ross O'Ceallaigh, a planner and urban designer based in London, this show explores how architects, planners, policy makers and designers can make cities more sustainable, healthy and happy.
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These short and to-the-point podcasts hope to improve the interplay between the fields of the built environment and education as we share knowledge between the practitioner, the creative, and the primary school teacher. Exploring how to prepare children and young people for economic, environmental, and societal challenges, and for their professional lives according to today’s needs and those of a sustainable future.
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Very Expensive Maps

Very Expensive Maps

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You get what you pay for: professional cartographer Evan Applegate interviews better cartographers. Listen to the best living mapmakers describe how they create worlds in pixels, ink, graphite, threads, film, paint, ceramic, wood and metal. For show notes and bonus content visit https://veryexpensivemaps.com
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Passionate Pioneers with Mike Biselli, a nationally ranked healthcare and innovation podcast, and a member of the Health Podcast Network, highlights the innovators, the game changers, and the pioneers who are deeply passionate and relentless in valiantly solving the problems our healthcare industry is facing.
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Testing Grounds

Nordic Alliance of Artists' Residencies on Climate Action

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As the climate crisis accelerates, how can artists’ residencies be testing grounds for new – and better – ways of living and working? This eight-part podcast series brings together artists, researchers and activists from across the Nordic region and Scotland to explore this question. Testing Grounds is presented by the Nordic Alliance of Artists’ Residencies on Climate Action (NAARCA), a collaboration between seven artists’ residencies. We’re working together to develop, test and communicate ...
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Cyber security risks and solutions

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Today’s built environment we face ever increasing risk from cyber security. In this podcast we explore some of the challenges and or imports solutions Cover art photo provided by bharath g s on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@xen0m0rph
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What is impacting investing? What is driving the huge demand for new infrastructure projects? Why is sustainable real estate no longer a nice to have? What can we expect from the smart cities of the future? PATRIZIA's podcast channel answers these questions and so much more, with in-depth analysis from thought-leaders from around the world and our team of PATRIZIA experts and external guests. Tune in for fascinating insights into the worlds of real estate and infrastructure. Find out more at ...
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The Workplace Innovator Podcast, hosted by speaker, entrepreneur and answer-man Mike Petrusky, offers real-world insights from top facility management & workplace leaders on how to use tech, talent and tenacity to create the best workplaces on earth. Powered by Eptura™, The Workplace Innovator helps corporate real estate, facility management, IT, and HR leaders design incredible “friction-free” workplace experiences that fuel employee productivity, tech innovation and optimal space utilizati ...
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This is the podcast dedicated to the global cleanweb community. Cleanweb is the use of connected Information Technology to help address resource and sustainable challenges. In this podcast, we shine a light on the products and services with a cleanweb focus. Once a week, the spotlight will be on the leaders of the cleanweb movement. This will accelerate the take up of new and exciting solutions moving us towards a sustainable way of living. Whether you are a budding entrepreneur with a great ...
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The evolution of architectural practice has been relatively slow towards change, yet modern shifts in business and design management have prompted today’s leading architects to rethink how they work. On Practice Disrupted, Evelyn Lee, an architect, design strategist, and Senior Experience Designer at Slack, and architecture business strategy consultant, Je’Nen Chastain, set out to illuminate the future of the profession to help architects remain relevant and valuable in a changing world. The ...
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The “Asset Champion Podcast” offers candid conversations with some of the industry’s most successful asset management leaders. In each 20-minute episode, host Mike Petrusky talks with guests about emerging trends in asset management for fleet, construction, manufacturing, and facilities. You'll discover best practices that will help you streamline your preventive maintenance, work orders, inventory, inspections, and more. You'll also get to know each guest on a more personal level and hear t ...
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Climate Optimists

Jason Lewis, Thomas Mills & Flora Gladwin

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Concerned about climate change, but short on time and not sure where to start? We get it. That’s why we created Climate Optimists. Our goal is simple. Provide everyday citizens who are concerned about climate change with opportunities to make a difference. So come along with us on our journey, as we explore the solutions to climate change and how together, we can make them a reality.
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Come on an insightful journey across business, sustainability, technology, strategy and architecture - listen to the people who are influencing the architecture of tomorrow. Hear from the global community for Enterprise, Business, Technology Architects and related roles who want to collaborate and learn from each other. Connect with Oliver Cronk on LinkedIn if you have thoughts on topics or would like to appear on the series. Find the YouTube channel at https://YouTube.com/ArchitectTomorrow/
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Focused on the push for safer, more sustainable, more effective, and more accessible transportation, including both technology development and implementation. Technologies include autonomous vehicles / automated driving systems (ADS), electric vehicles, hydrogen and fuel cells, improved internal combustion engines, assisted driving (ADAS), EV charging, public transportation, ridesharing, micromobility, and more. Presented by Edison Manufacturing and Engineering, your contract manufacturing p ...
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Urban Broadcast Collective

Urban Broadcast Collective

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Welcome to the Urban Broadcast Collective. We are a curated network of podcast and radio shows on everything urban. And our goal is simple – to bring together all the amazing urban focused podcasts on one site. If you would like to get involved in the Urban Broadcast Collective, please contact one of our podcast producers: Natalie Osborne from Griffith University; Elizabeth Taylor from RMIT; Tony Matthews from Griffith University; Paul Maginn from the University of Western Australia; Jason B ...
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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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Urbanism meets food, travel, business, tech and the environment in a podcast that takes a fresh look at the future of our cities - and the people redefining it: from influential chefs, musicians and activists, to architects, urban planners, politicians, environmentalists and entrepreneurs. We travel the globe to ask the big questions. How can we fix our food system? How can tourism be a force for good? How can we breathe life back into abandoned buildings? How can we prevent natural disaster ...
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The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is a nonprofit that supports the development of prosperous, healthy and resilient communities through the transformation of the built environment. Our mission is to transform buildings and communities to advance human and environmental wellbeing.
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Theology on Tap Chattanooga

Matt Busby, Joseph Schlabs

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Welcome to the Theology on Tap Chattanooga podcast. In each episode, we feature a lecture given by a different writer, scholar, or public intellectual. Each of these talks explores the intersection between theology and culture and how theology can help better guide us towards the common good of society. These talks are given live at our monthly Theology on Tap events at The Camp House in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
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An original podcast from T-Mobile for Business and iHeartRadio, Jonathan Strickland connects with the world’s most unconventional thinkers, the leaders at the intersection of technology and business, to understand how they continue to thrive in a world of complex organizations and lightning-fast technology. How do these executives innovate and enable change, both inside and outside their companies, and what are they looking forward to tackling next? Let’s find out…
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Think Piece

Ian.M Simango

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The think piece is centered around the questioning of reality as we know it. Each episode takes you through disciplines such as philosophy, science, art and architecture while presenting perspectives from different minds and societies around the world.
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Pejman Sharafi, an Associate Professor in advanced building technologies at Western Sydney University, heads Modular Prefab Design Lab, where his team develop innovative solutions mainly in partnership with the industry, focusing on off-site manufacturing technologies, platform-based design, industrialised construction solutions, design for manufac…
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In the podcast today we talk about the opportunities and challenges of retrofitting our built environment to make our homes, offices, industrial buildings and infrastructure more energy efficient but also more resilient to a changing climate. To meet our vitally important and hugely challenging target to become a net-zero carbon emitter by 2050, we…
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Meeting emissions reduction targets requires new sources of clean energy, but ambitious state-government pumped hydro projects on undeveloped land has some rural Queenslanders asking 'at what cost?" While the merit of renewables against the cost to the environment gets weighed up, there's another hydro project that could instead see an aging mine s…
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The quality of spaces relies strongly on how well they’re designed to serve human experiences, so in this episode of The RICS Podcast we explore the power of placemaking. Olga Turner Baker MRICS (Managing Director, Ekkist) hosts Nicholas Boys Smith (Chair of the Office for Place and Author & Director, Create Streets) whose passion for quality space…
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Jason Marks is co-founder and CEO at TELO. TELO makes intelligently designed, compact electric vehicle trucks for city living and weekend adventuring. Links: Show notes: http://brandonbartneck.com/futureofmobility/jasonmarks Edison Manufacturing Exchange: https://brandonbartneck.substack.com/publish/home https://telotrucks.com/ https://www.linkedin…
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Cross-laminated timber (CLT) is increasingly being used as an alternative to concrete and steel in construction. Boasting a number of sustainability benefits, CLT presents a hugely attractive opportunity for any investor with their eyes on net-zero. In this episode of PAT Perspectives - the podcast where we ask our guests just 5 simple questions on…
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Lynn Baez, IFMA Fellow is First Vice Chair of the IFMA Global Board of Directors and Enterprise Vice President of Facilities and Workplace at McKesson where she is passionate about advancing FM and cultivating excellent relationships with stakeholders at all levels of dynamic and evolving corporations. Mike Petrusky asks Lynn about the world of wor…
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Episode Sponsor: This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Ossur. To learn more about their ‘Responsible for Tomorrow’ Sustainability Campaign, and how you can get involved: CLICK HERE --- How can innovative architectural design improve patient care and clinician wellbeing? Our next guest, Sharon Woodworth, Healthcare Sector Leader at HED, is le…
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In this episode we spoke with two people whose values and objectives aligned to create a book about the Usonia residential community. Usonia was a planned community and is now a national historic district located in Mount Pleasant, New York, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Michael Biondo is an architectural photographer who has extensively photogra…
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Leslie Bamburg is a Workplace Transformation, Employee Experience and Program Management leader with a passion for elevating a diversity of voices in the workplace. Mike Petrusky asks Leslie to share some of her experiences managing hybrid workplace strategies at Cisco and why she believes that diversity and inclusion are crucial for the future of …
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Send us a Text Message. 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.…
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Uytae Lee from the YouTube channel About Here, joins Helen Lui to chat about storytelling in urban planning, emphasizing the need for effective communication strategies to drive public engagement. They also advocate for diverse voices in advocating for inclusive urban environments. About Here: https://www.youtube.com/@AboutHere Show Credits: Host: …
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This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Ossur. To learn more about their ‘Responsible for Tomorrow’ Sustainability Campaign, and how you can get involved: CLICK HERE --- Episode Overview: Transforming remote healthcare with an advanced AI-powered platform that leverages ECG data to predict and diagnose chronic illnesses- that's the mission dri…
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Send us a Text Message. Have you ever wondered how to make complex air quality systems understandable for everyone, especially those most vulnerable? Join me as I reflect on two major milestones: 20 rewarding years in Ireland and a first year of my consultancy. This episode is a personal journey through the pillars of my work—consultancy, communica…
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When you buy beef, how much of the price you pay per kilo will actually reach the farmer who bred the animal it came from? It's not an easy question to answer, and as a quirk of statistics adds millions of uncounted cattle to the national herd size, who is making the money is about a lot more than supply and demand.…
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The Mayor for Liverpool City Region, Steve Rotheram, is uniquely placed as a leader with experience in the built environment, a history which informs his vision of the area’s future. Steve joins Gabriel Davies (Fisher German LLP) and Hannah Daly (SES Engineering Services) on The RICS Podcast this week as he discusses the relationships between place…
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Richard Hawwa is a Managing Director at Nomura Greentech, leading the Mobility and Automotive Technology practice in the Americas. Richard has 18 years of investment banking and operational experience, having advised on M&A and capital raising transactions with an aggregate value of more than $125 billion. Links: Show notes: http://brandonbartneck.…
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Episode 158: Architecture, And: Director of Product at Intelligent City How can architects leverage the evolution of technology and the role of architects to enhance sustainability and innovation within the built environment? On this episode of Practice Disrupted, we are joined by Kristin Slavin, an architect, developer, and product manager who has…
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Jim Goddin of thinkstep ANZ is an expert in Materials, Minerals and Mining and as a member of the Critical Minerals Expert Committee, he has been actively involved in shaping the UK's Critical Minerals Strategy. Jim joins the Think.Future podcast to talk about the new International Standard for measuring success in a Circular Economy and introduces…
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Erik Zink is Vice President of Strategy and Sarah Kilmartin is Director of Customer Insight at Eptura where they have a passion for helping customers maximize the value of worktech investments and transformation initiatives. Mike Petrusky asks Erik and Sarah about the marketplace today and how industry leaders are approaching their digital and work…
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With little warning, and no consultation, the federal government has ended Harvest Trail Services, a free program that for 26 years has helped safely connect working holiday makers with farmers, providing background checks on both parties. Now it's gone.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Helen Lui interviews Fern Hahn, a transit advocate and urban planning student, who shares experiences that shaped their perspective on public transit. Fern discusses advocating for better transit and their interest in transit network design. Next, Helen speaks with Matthew and Emma from UBC CAPACity, focusing on engaging university students in urba…
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This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Ossur. To learn more about their ‘Responsible for Tomorrow’ Sustainability Campaign, and how you can get involved: CLICK HERE --- Episode Overview: How can we effectively address the health crisis of loneliness and social isolation in vulnerable populations? Our next guest, Cindy Jordan, co-founder and C…
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In today's podcast we talk about the power of professional engineering and explore why a largely unseen and unsung profession increasingly has the power to change all our lives. If you think about the major issues and challenges facing the whole of society today, they all seem to come back to infrastructure and engineering. While the headlines may …
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Send us a Text Message. A converation with Charles Weschler After completing his Ph.D. in chemistry at the University of Chicago, Dr. Weschler did postdoctoral studies with Prof. Fred Basolo at Northwestern University. In 1975 he joined Bell Laboratories as a research scientist in the Physical Chemistry Division. He conducted research at Bell Labs …
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At the heart of the surveying profession, and what it means to be an RICS Surveyor, lies an industry that’s equally varied, rewarding and impactful. This episode of The RICS Podcast brings together the expertise of Ashley Royer AssocRICS, Kareem Zahran MRICS and host Sinead Clarkson MRICS as they speak about their career paths, unique journeys, and…
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Ian Rust, founder and CEO of Revoy, discusses their innovative approach to hybridizing the propulsion system of commercial vehicles. Revoy's solution involves adding a third electric vehicle to the traditional tractor-trailer setup, allowing for significant cost savings and decarbonization. Links Show notes: http://brandonbartneck.com/futureofmobil…
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Lesley Groff, CFM, IFMA Fellow is Facilities Manager at Pep Boys and Randy Groff, CFM, SFP is Director of Facilities and Energy at Four Seasons Produce while they are both passionate about FM and active members of IFMA. Mike Petrusky asks Lesley and Randy about their career journeys, finding each other, and the importance of connecting with a suppo…
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For many outback families, distance education is the only schooling option available. Even when the classroom is your kitchen and the students are your children, the state government requires a home-tutor be on hand. It's a role usually filled by a parent or, if they can afford it, a governess, but it's not formally recognised or remunerated. And e…
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Episode 157: The Skills Required for a Technology Driven Future What skills do architects need to succeed in a technology-driven future? On this episode of Practice Disrupted, we've invited Andy Robert and Mercedes Carriquiry back on the show to talk about the skills architects need to succeed in a technology-driven future. Andy and Mercedes are th…
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Industrial action at eight of Wilmar's sugar mills in North Queensland was over before it began after Wilmar Sugar and Renewables threatened to lock any workers taking part in the action out of the worksite. It follows almost a month of industrial action from three unions, which have been in deadlock with the sugar processor.…
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With 13,000 attendees over three days, UKREiiF is one of the UK's largest gatherings of built environment professionals. Many RICS members and firms are in attendance and key themes that impact upon our membership are discussed. This episode of the RICS Podcast brings some of those conversations out of the arena and showcases what it means to be an…
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Ross Abbate is the CEO of Macro, a leading facilities management and workplace services company, where he is passionate about creating a culture of collaboration, empowerment, and excellence. Mike Petrusky asks Ross about the importance of creating environments that bring people together, helping them to connect while enhancing their productivity. …
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