The ConTechCrew 255: In Love with Concrete with Aali Alizadeh from Giate‪c‬

This week’s construction tech news with James Benham (@JamesMBenham), and Rob McKinney (@ConAppGuru)

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  • Interview with Aali Alizadeh from Giatec
  • Construction Tech News of the Week

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