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Episode 46, Innovation
for Infrastructure

Peggy Smedley starts the conversation with her thoughts on what is needed to drive innovation in infrastructure forward. She also takes a look at Balfour Beatty’s estimates for 2050, and its predictions of the jobsite of the future.

Thought Leadership

For the past 50 years, large capital projects have relied on the science of what is known as CPM (critical path methodology) to plan and forecast project completion dates.

No matter your trade, we have all felt the sting of the current labor shortage. Finding skilled labor is harder than ever, which leads to the question: what can we do about it?

According to theoretical physicist Albert Einstein, “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” That prophetic statement is still pertinent today—especially when it comes to design and technology.

The Peggy Smedley Show

Going Digital – Greg Bentley

Peggy and Greg Bentley, CEO, Bentley Systems, sit down for a candid conversation about open source and how it helps the construction industry go digital. He explains that it is possible to have an open information environment with a digital twin, which can be used for analytics and machine learning.

Constructech Top Products 2019

Building Up Elite Technology for a New Year

The New Year marks an opportunity to change business processes and technology within an organization. In 2019, construction companies need to keep an eye on emerging technology, recognizing which trends will take over the market, and which are worth investing in.