Sustainability... Making it Work and Making it Cost Effective Interview with Jeff BakerHost: Ted Garrison
Jeff Baker, Director, Office of Laboratory Operations, for Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), offered some great advice, “Once you pick your team and you have confidence in their ability and you sign the contract, you really need to get out of the way.” Listen to Baker explain why this approach is the right approach.
Friday, 27 July 2012 00:00
The State of the Industry Interview with Michael D. BellamanHost: Ted Garrison
Michael Bellaman, the CEO of Associated Builders and Contractors, says that while a case probably can be made for any delivery method, the more people learn about a collaborative approach to construction the more they learn that it creates a win-win situation. Listen to Bellaman talk about this and other important issues as the construction industry attempts to survive the recession.
Wednesday, 27 June 2012 00:00
Profits and Productivity through Technology Interview with Gregg Corley, P.E.Host: Ted Garrison
One of the biggest complaints Gregg Corley hears from contractors switching to computerized estimating systems is that they are losing jobs because they aren’t leaving things out of their estimates. Listen to Prof. Gregg Corley explain how small improvements caused by technology can create significant increases in profitability for project stakeholders.
Friday, 25 May 2012 00:00
How CEO’s View The Labor Shortage Interview with Mark CassoHost: Ted Garrison
Mark Casso provides insight into how leading CEO's in construction view the labor shortage in the industry. Topics include immigration and other critical aspects of the problem. Listen as Mark, President of the Construction Industry Round Table (CIRT), explains how he and leading CEO address these issues.
Tuesday, 27 March 2012 00:00
What to Consider When Hiring Interview with Dave AndersonHost: Ted Garrison
“We all know when you hire the wrong person; when you drop the bar; when you sell out to just plug a hole you pay for that decision over and over again,” Dave Anderson reminds us. To learn how to avoid this problem and others critical to your company’s success listen to Anderson, leadership and management consultant.