Kurt and Reid Bangert explore the people and stories behind growth, technology, and change in the construction industry.
Construction Entrepreneur: Di-Ann Eisnor
In our latest episode of Builtcast, we sat down with Di-Ann Eisnor, CEO and co-founder of Core, a newly launched construction labor marketplace supporting the construction workforce of the future. Di-Ann is a serial entrepreneur and a third-time start-up CEO.
Construction Litigator: Eliot Wagonheim
In our latest episode of Builtcast, we sat down with Eliot Wagonheim, founder of Wagonheim Law, a firm specializing in construction. Eliot is the creator of a revolutionary, digital-first series of masterclasses, WagonheimU, which trains people in a practical way on how to protect their construction firm or general business.
Project Innovator: Michael Glatt
Our guest today is Michael Glatt, Vice Chairman and North American Head of Project Management at Macro, A Savills Company. From his time of being a third-generation mill worker, to his 40 years of industry experience, his insight is valuable to say the least. Michael has extensive involvement in commercial real estate project management – including financing, construction, planning, change management, and stakeholder management.
Construction Inventor: Sam Ruben
Our guest today is Sam Ruben, Co-Founder of Mighty Buildings, a company that is using a massive 3D printer to tackle the affordability gap in new construction and housing.
Construction Disrupters: Kerri Brocker & Andre Davis
Our guests this week are Kerri Brocker and Andre Davis from Built Interior Construction powered by Dirtt. We wanted to talk with Kerri and Andre because of their innovative approach to building out interiors from hospitals to offices, and more. What we found out is that their technology is truly disrupting the way not only the initial construction phase is performed, but the way we think about the entire lifecycle of a structure.
Construction Futurist: Dustin Anderson
Our guest this week is Dustin Anderson, Vice President of Construction And Real Estate at Sage. We wanted to talk with Dustin because construction technology is a rapidly changing and developing world and we had to ask ... what is the company behind the #1 selling construction software doing to move that needle forward. What we found out is that it's all about looking at where they've been and simply put ... listening to their customers.
Awesome podcast! Always has insightful content.
A Great Listen for Businesses
Love hearing the stories of people in the construction industry. Also provides a lot of good advice for businesses in general.
Great business insight.