Has the cloud been on your mind lately? Are you worried about the issues you may face with migrating there? Bart Simpson once said, “Don’t praise the machine.” We agree—praise the cloud instead! Join us and Doug Dahlberg and learn more about migrating and dispelling the common fears that are associated with that process. Plus, stay tuned until the end for a special appearance from our producer, Alyssa! Doug Dahlberg is the Director of IT Operations at Applied Software. He is a network engineer with a passion for building environments. He has broad experience in email systems, VOIP, network security, VPNs, and system virtualization.
Is trade information fading out with retirees? What can you and your company do about it? Join Todd Weyandt and Director of Strategic Accounts at eSUB Construction Software and Contech Crew Podcast member Jeff Sample for a conversation on leaning into industry trends. There are opportunities to break into the MEP culture, and you can take advantage of them. Jeff is known as the “Iron Man of IT” and has been working in the Technology industry for nearly two decades. He understands the components of a successful business and how technology can allow for enhancements in workflow.
As an architect, are you being forced to turn to programming? Join Todd and Christopher as they discuss the partnership between robots and people and how that propels us into the 21st century, and learn a little more about the hot topic of generative design. Christopher, who is the Director of Innovation at Applied Software, has always been passionate about learning and understanding. He contributes strong strategic thinking and experience as a design professional. He also has a Bachelor’s of Science in Architecture and a Master’s in Building Construction and Facility Management focused in Integrated Project Delivery.
Is technology allowing you and your trade to move into the future? How can you know? What impacts can you expect and look out for? Join us as we talk with MEP Industry Leaders Josh Bone and Jonathan Marsh about relevant different trades and strategies. Take a look into the MEP industry of the future. At the time of this recording, Josh and Jonathan were Construction Technologist at Caisson. Now, Josh is the Director of Industry Innovation at National Electrical Contractors Association, and in his ten-plus years in the industry, he has implemented technology solutions and integrated BIM and mobile applications into everyday workflows. Jonathan is the founder and CEO of Steel Toe Consulting and has worked for over two decades in the AEC industry, during which time he has championed technology adoption, modular fabrication, and BIM.
How can you interact with an MEP industry full of change? Join us and Tim Speno, president and CEO of E2E Summit, as we discuss staying agile in the newest age of MEP. Tim, who is a business development expert and entrepreneur as well as a strategic planner, has worked with the E2E Summit for over ten years. E2E Summit is an innovative executive-to-executive peer group; its purpose is to allow VIPs to connect and engage in regards to critical opportunities that face their respective industries and organizations.
Are you interested in increasing your company’s productivity? Join us as we sit down with Christopher Riddell, host of the AEC Disruptors Podcast, to discuss Autodesk Dynamo’s capabilities to help automate regular tasks and make your workday easier and much more productive. Christopher, who is the Director of Innovation at Applied Software, has always been passionate about learning and understanding. He contributes strong strategic thinking and experience as a design professional. He also has a Bachelor’s of Science in Architecture and a Master’s in Building Construction and Facility Management focused in Integrated Project Delivery.
Are you unfamiliar with a number of MEP trends? Are you interested in collaborating with like-minded people? Join us as we sit down with Steve Butler, Senior Industry Strategist for MEP at Autodesk, to learn more about the newest trends and social initiatives that may affect you and your company. Steve has worked for Autodesk since 2005. His passions for building services and technology have been essential to the direction of MEP and Autodesk business lines and products.