In this episode of The Construction Revolution Podcast, we sit down with Cian Brennan, the Founder and CEO of Quantum Contract Solutions. Cian has been immersed in construction his entire life, and has an extensive background in construction management, consulting, and engineering. His previous roles have allowed him to travel and work all over the world and led him to discover the issues in the industry that Quantum Contract Solutions addresses. Quantum Contract Solutions aims to help contractors navigate and decipher contracts, resulting in lower project risk and stronger project cash flow. Tune in to learn more about Quantum Contract Solutions, and how Cian and his team are making construction contracts hassle-free.
In this episode of The Construction Revolution Podcast, we sit down with Andrea Janzen, CEO at Ambition Theory, and Dr. Tim Taylor, Director of Research at the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). Andrea and Tim worked together to develop Ambition Theory’s 2023 Building Better: Women in Construction Report, based on research conducted in partnership with the NCCER. We will discuss the findings of the report, and what construction leaders can do to enable women in their companies to reach their full potential. Tune in to learn more about the difference between mentorship and sponsorship, and the importance of sponsoring women in the construction industry.
In this episode of The Construction Revolution Podcast, we sit down with Tessa Lau, the Founder and CEO of Dusty Robotics. Holding a PhD in Machine Learning with an emphasis on Human-Computer Interaction, Tessa has dedicated her career to finding innovative solutions for traditional industries. After transitioning away from her previous start-up, Savioke, she set her sights on revolutionizing the construction industry with Dusty Robotics. The Dusty Robotics FieldPrinter automizes the layout process by printing the markings in a single pass, increasing accuracy and efficiency, and reducing the need for strenuous labor. This not only reduces the risk of workplace injuries, but it also frees up time for employees to complete other tasks. Tune in to learn more about Dusty Robotics and how it is automating the construction layout process.
In this episode of The Construction Revolution Podcast, we sit down with Jon Sibley, the Founder and CEO of TrueBuilt. Jon has an MBA from USC Marshall and was a NCAA and Team USA athlete. In 2022, Jon and his co-founder, Julian Prokay, set out to revolutionize the pre-construction process for general contractors, subcontractors, and developers. The TrueBuilt end-to-end software uses AI and machine learning to centralize and streamline pre-con, ultimately minimizing risk and increasing efficiency. Tune in to learn more about the TrueBuilt platform and to learn how you can leverage this technology to prepare and deliver successful projects.
In this episode of The Construction Revolution Podcast, we sit down with Chloe Smith, the Founder and CEO at Mercator AI. Coming from a marketing background, Chloe is knowledgeable about the application of data analytics to gain insight into a company’s competitive environment. She and her co-founder, Hogan Lee, started Mercator AI to bring this application into the construction industry. Mercator AI connects billions of data points to provide real-time insights for general contractors, building product managers, and real estate firms. With this intel, firms can gain a competitive advantage by discovering opportunities earlier, faster, and more easily. In an ever-growing industry, having this information all in one place simplifies relationship management. Tune in as we discuss the importance and challenges of developing working relationships in construction, and how Mercator AI facilitates these connections in a fast-scaling industry.
In this episode of The Construction Revolution Podcast, we sit down with Adam Auer, the President and CEO at the Cement Association of Canada (CAC). Adam has over 20 years of experience in environment and sustainability, 11 of them being at the CAC. The CAC represents five cement companies with clinker and cement manufacturing facilities across Canada, collaborating with governments, academics, environmental groups, construction professionals, and broader society as well as industry stakeholders to help foster sustainable change and growth. We’ll discuss how through the CAC’s Concrete Zero Report concrete producers can achieve net-zero concrete. Additionally, we’ll talk about sustainability in the construction industry and the challenges that the industry faces to reaching climate goals. If you’re interested in learning more about sustainability in the construction and concrete industries, be sure to check out the CAC’s website as well as Giatec’s Net Zero Construction Conference.
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