Taking the Technology Leap

What’s on your construction “bucket list”? Is there anything in the industry you’d like to see changed? Join host Todd Weyandt and guest Hugh Seaton as they discuss the ups and downs of the creative process, getting people more comfortable with technology, Hugh’s book “The Construction Technology Handbook,” the growth of artificial intelligence, and how to prepare for where we’re headed.

EXCLUSIVE: The New Spotlight on Preconstruction

In recent times, how has preconstruction changed? Precon is being put center stage as bids are increasing and more projects are coming back online. Join host Todd Weyandt and guest Zac Hays as they discuss the exciting new Autodesk Takeoff, the undergoing journey from 2D to 3D, the biggest hurdles facing preconstruction this year, and the effects that the pandemic will have on the construction industry as a whole.

The Case for Trust in Construction

In the construction industry, we are builders first. Our goal is to complete successful projects. A savvy business owner knows to take advantage of strategies that can help accomplish that. One of those processes is developing trust within their company and with other companies involved in a project. Although trust is intangible, it’s a pervasive foundation for success.

The State of Trust in Construction

What role does trust play in the everyday success of construction? Can you really measure the ROI and improve productivity with an intentional focus on trust? Join host Todd Weyandt and guest Eric Thomas of Autodesk as they talk about the state and definition of trust in construction, how to face interpersonal challenges in the industry, creating a space where ideas can flourish, taking the stigma out of failing, and maintaining good work relationships.

Telling the Construction Story

Contrary to what many have thought, construction companies can adopt technology rapidly when they have to. Granted it’s by necessity, but many companies have put digital workflows in place within the past year even though they may not have planned it very far in advance. One benefit of this is that safety is being accomplished at a level we haven’t seen in the past. Despite the curveballs that have been thrown at the industry in the past year, workers have had a can-do mentality. They get to work and figure it out.

Bridging the Marketing Gap in Construction

Are you telling your story or allowing others to fill in the gap with potentially inaccurate information? Join host Todd Weyandt and guest Mike Merrill as they continue with the second part of their conversation and how to overcome the marketing problem in construction. Todd and Mike get into some ways to better share the innovations happening and some ways to get the message out. Make sure to listen to the first part of the conversation from the Mobile Workforce Podcast.