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Disruption is defined by the disturbance or problems which interrupt an event, activity, or process. Why such a negative connotation around disruption? We want to invite you into the conversation. This is your platform to help push the AEC industry forward. Make small changes and have lasting impacts. And build long lasting relationships. Welcome to AEC Disruptors podcast brought to you by your friends at Applied Software. I’m your host Christopher Riddell. Welcome to the conversation.
 
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In the 100th episode of the AEC Business podcast, Aarni Heiskanen interviews Aviv Leibovici, the CPO and co-founder of Buildots. Buildots is an innovative construction tech start-up established in Israel in August 2018. The company was created with the aim of creating the equivalent of a mission control room for construction sites. Bringing togethe…
 
In this episode of the AEC Business Podcast, Aarni’s guest is Hugh Seaton who has released an interesting book. It’s titled The Construction Technology Handbook: Making Sense of Artificial Intelligence and Beyond. The book is available on Amazon. Listen to the podcast (also available on Apple Podcast, Spotify, and other platforms) The post The Cons…
 
Join this special episode as Bridging the Gap joins forces with our sister podcast The AEC Disruptors hosted by Christopher Riddell to recap the biggest takeaways for the Digital Agility Summit. Todd and Christopher are joined by solutions engineer and cloud infrastructure strategist Jason Schmidt of Applied Software to unpack whether the intensity…
 
In this interview with Dr. Ken Dooley, we discuss digital twins in the built environment and the recently released report Building Digital Twins by Granlund. Ken Dooley is the Chief Strategy Officer, Empathic Building, at Haltian. During the podcast interview, he talks about these aspects of digital twins: What they are What are the common […] The …
 
Join host Christopher and Simon Whelan of FenestraPro as they discuss the “2030 Challenge,” changing the ways we perceive and utilize sustainable solutions, applying effective methodologies to an entire firm, and what our goals should be when it comes to helping the environment. Simon is a Founder and Chief Operating Officer of FenestraPro, based i…
 
What disruptions have you accepted for the betterment of your company? What disruptions have been forced on your company? And what’s the difference between the two? Join host Christopher and guest Sam Coats of CallisonRTKL as they discuss wanting to make the industry better, creating positive systematic change, and encouraging creativity and divers…
 
Project managers, firms, and clients all benefit when PMs are actively involved in business development. Chris Martersteck, AIA, LEED AP, DBIA, AECPM offers his unique perspective as he examines PMs as the focal point of a firm’s BD efforts.Today’s PMs are responsible for many things. They simultaneously deal with the needs of their teams, clients,…
 
What tech have you recently noticed in the field that wasn’t around ten—or even five—years ago? Join host Christopher and guest David Smigel of Circle Computer Resources as they discuss the growing complexities of technology, “geeking out” about construction tech, and what it means to collaborate clearly and concisely on projects. If you’re going t…
 
Join host Christopher and guest Todd Weyandt of Applied Software, and host of the award-winning Bridging the Gap podcast, as they discuss creating a corporate culture that fosters innovation, how to champion innovation with your team, and how to utilize culture change for the betterment of your company. Learn more about why we shouldn’t necessarily…
 
When you think of a project going well, what’s the first detail you think of? Accessibility? Collaboration? Data delivery? Join host Christopher and guest Jason Schmidt as they discuss the downsides of trying to force productivity, what it means to look at workflows differently, and the difference between the wrong way and the different way to get …
 
Join host Christopher, co-host Jackson Sensat, and guest Paul Aubin as they discuss using modern technologies to preserve history, possibilities for growth in the aftermath of the burning of Notre Dame’s cathedral, and finding unexpected ways to uncover the stories behind historical places and structures. Paul F. Aubin is the author of many Revit b…
 
Join host Christopher Riddell and guests Daniel Buckner and Brett Settles of Revitzo for the AEC Disruptors podcast as they discuss operating in a data-driven world, the mystery around the definition of a digital twin, and the benefits of Revitzo, Daniel Buckner has been in the AEC technology industry since 2008, helping customers adopt and transit…
 
Join host Christopher and guest Jake Hauptmann of Borton-Lawson Engineering as they discuss the importance of forward-looking vision, what it means to have the right people on your team, how to open your mind to innovation, and the hurdles of bigger tech. Learn more about using technology as a differentiator and what the process of restructuring ma…
 
What do you think is the most vital aspect of innovation? What really drives us to achieve what we achieve? Join host Christopher and guest Keith Besserud of Gresham Smith as they kick off the season 2 of the AEC Disruptors by discussing the importance of feedback, supercharging the innovation culture, and creating a safe space for that brilliance …
 
Over the past several months there has been a renewed interest by project-based firms to enhance overall project management and accountability. Implementing a Project Management Office (PMO) role, whether in-house or outsourced can help your firm move the needle on project performance and profitability. Join Val Higgins, Managing Director of AEC Ad…
 
Artificial Intelligence and machine learning will eventually change the way we work in the AEC industry. In this podcast interview, Ricardo Farinha, Director of Technology at Sweco, talks about his and Sweco’s journey into AI. In the podcast, we discuss the following topics: What got Ricardo interested in AI and machine learning How the Design […] …
 
The AEC Hackathon at BLOXHUB in Copenhagen engaged 154 attendees from 33 countries to work on interesting urban challenges over a February weekend. The two WDBE Talks guests were there but in different roles. Alejandro Mata, Automation Manager at Ramboll Denmark, was in one of the hack teams. He talks about the experience of his […] The post Hackin…
 
What’s the future of 3D printing in construction? I discussed this and other related topics with 3D visionary Janne Kyttanen in this podcast episode. Kyttanen, the CEO of What the Future Venture Capital, is a Finnish conceptual artist and designer who is best known for his work in design for 3D printing. He is the […] The post From 3D Printing to 3…
 
This WDBE Talks podcast episode is a prelude to the pitchfest, WWF Life EconomisE KIRA-challenge, that takes place on May 19, 2020, in Helsinki and online. It’s a WDBE 2020 Pre-event, in which WWF is partnering with KIRAHub and RAKLI to find cutting-edge solutions that can support institutional investors and real estate owners in future-proofing [……
 
In this podcast episode, Aarni speaks with Francesca Noardo and Rick Klooster who gave presentations at this year’s first WDBE pre-event which took place in Tallinn, Estonia. The event was about BIM-based Building Permit Process Automation. The WDBE pre-event took place on the 20th of February 2020 and was hosted by the Estonian Ministry of Economi…
 
Austin's homeless crisis is so dire, a nonprofit built an $18 million tiny-home village to get the chronically homeless off the streets. Faced with rising numbers of a homeless population several entrepreneurs got together to create a community village where the homeless can recapture what they may have lost. Building a sense of community is everyt…
 
Volumetric modular construction is on the rise. I had the pleasure of interviewing one of the leading experts on the subject, Henry Mickleburgh. About Henry This is how Henry describes himself: “Narrowly avoiding a lucrative career in the burgeoning telecommunications industry of the late 80s, I was convinced, by a friend, to join him at […] The po…
 
VR technologies are being used for all sorts of things in and out of our industry. Whether its video games, websites that let you place furniture, or even simulations of the built environment, our world looks more like Black Mirror every day. But what if you could use this technology to help you find closure? Help in your grieving process and help …
 
Join us for a special episode on how the Coronavirus forced the Chinese to use using prefabrication and military drafting to build a hospital in ten days. Christopher sits down with Anthony and Jackson to discuss how this is possible, and if the United States could/should replicate this effort. Christopher has 8+ years of practicing experience with…
 
Sustainability has been a buzz word for a long time. With the growing concern around climate change and industry initiatives like the 2030 Challenge we continue to see companies push to be more environmentally conscious. Today's guest certainty has a passion for being sustainable and helping push the industry forward. I'm very excited to have the c…
 
Conventional business wisdom tells us that entrepreneurs are society’s main source of innovation. Young founders leave college with a big idea, get to work in a garage, and build something that changes the world. Typical corporate employees, strangled by slow-moving bureaucracy, are blocked from making transformative discoveries. In this podcast, s…
 
Project managers have all the skills and competencies to make it into the CEO’s chair. However, it only happens on very seldom occasions. Why?Antonio Nieto-Rodriquez talks about why PMs are the best candidates to be CEO. These are the professionals who bring together such disparate aspects of the business as finance, business development, legal, an…
 
People are busy. Project managers who want to get their point across need to know how to speak and respond in a timely manner—while exuding both confidence and empathy.So what does effective communication look like?“Sometimes it's proactive to address risk, and sometimes it's reactive to address issues,” says veteran PM and organizational change ag…
 
David Malott, the Founder and CEO of AI SpaceFactory, is my guest on the AEC Business podcast. We discuss the new robotized 3D printing technology that can make living and working on Mars possible but also help us build more sustainably on our planet. AI SpaceFactory was founded in 2017 by David Malott to create […] The post From Earth to Mars and …
 
I had the pleasure of interviewing Rita McGrath about pivotal changes in business environments. That’s the topic of her latest book Seeing Around Corners: How to Spot Inflection Points in Business Before They Happen. I was interested in hearing what an inflection point could be in the construction industry. In the interview, we discuss the […] The …
 
Michael LeFevre discusses his new book, “Managing Design: Conversations, Project Controls and Best Practices for Commercial Design and Construction Projects.” He offers excerpts from interviews with more than 40 industry thought leaders. Through the voices of others – architects, engineers, academics, contractors, and technologists – he offers a co…
 
Project managers are collaborative and readily take on decision-making responsibility. They lead and enjoy teaching and mentoring. The spirit that runs through these--and other important PM traits--is being good at informing, including, impacting, and disclosing.Join Vicki Hoard this Halloween as she digs in and uncovers everything regarding PM com…
 
Happy 21st birthday BIM! You are a mature adult now and able to take on bigger challenges. BIM model coordination, interference checking and clash detection technologies are some of those challenges, and they have come a long way since the early days of BIM over two decades ago. Join Christopher Riddell and guest Rabi Sidawi for a dive into how we …
 
Artificial Intelligence is finding its way into construction planning and simulation. I interviewed René Morkos, the founder and CEO of ALICE Technologies. ALICE combines a first-of-its-kind construction planning platform with a powerful AI engine and promises big savings on construction projects. In the interview, we discuss, among others, the fol…
 
Hello fellow Disruptors! Become an AEC News Frontrunner in thirty minutes or less with Christopher Riddell. Episode one will focus on the concepts of machine learning and artificial intelligence. We will look at various applications within the AEC industry and discuss how they are impacting the disciplines involved and will also discuss future poss…
 
Communication skills are valuable to every engineer, but especially for a project team leader. Without working on these skills, project leaders can find themselves in a misunderstanding or miscommunication that could result in frustration or, even failure. A team leader needs to know how best to foster group communication.In this one-hour, live pod…
 
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation requires extensive computational power. Cloud-based services allow architects and engineers to do simulations without investing in high-end hardware. In this podcast interview, David Heiny, the CEO and Co-Founder of SimScale, explains how AEC firms can run simulations in a web browser. David is Co-Found…
 
What’s the state of robotic construction today and how will it develop in the future? Lauren Vasey shares her views in this podcast interview. Lauren Vasey is a researcher, educator, and designer investigating robotics and automation within architecture and construction. Since 2014, she has been a Research Associate at the Institute for Computation…
 
In the podcast interview with Jamiee Williams, Architectural Lead at SPACE10, we discuss the recently announced Urban Village Project. The project rethinks how we design, build, finance and share our future homes, neighborhoods, and cities. SPACE10 is IKEA’s global research and design lab. SPACE10 is on a mission to respond to the major societal ch…
 
Bad project managers avoid communication, or worse, do not know how to be diplomatic. Good project managers know how to be respectfully tactful with clients, yet can deliver bad news when necessary. But truly great project leaders make executing project on schedule and within budget look easy. They are accountable, strategic thinkers who are hard t…
 
In this podcast interview with Shajay Bhooshan, Senior Associate at Zaha Hadid Architects, we discuss computational design, digital fabrication, and AI. The topics include: Parametric, algorithmic, and generative design –are these all the same? How much computational design have Zaha Hadid Architects used in their most recent projects How computati…
 
In this episode of the AEC Business Podcast, Jaan Saar tells us about his work as Head of Digital Construction and why he thinks the public sector has a key role in the digitalization of the construction industry. Jaan has managed processes and IT in the construction industry for over 15 years. He joined the […] The post Digital Transformation of t…
 
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