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The Infrastructure Show - Podcasts

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The Infrastructure Show - Podcasts

Professor Joseph Schofer, Thomas Herman, and Marion Sours

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The Infrastructure Show consists of monthly podcasts in which some of the nation’s top infrastructure experts discuss with host Professor Joseph Schofer of Northwestern University the condition of our infrastructure today, and what can be done about it. While many subjects are addressed, including repairs, upgrades and new construction, there is an emphasis on the topics of preventive and predictive maintenance, as well as “structural health monitoring” – a special focus of the Northwestern ...
 
Infrastructure is—finally—having its moment. From transit systems to supply chains, policymakers, entrepreneurs, and others are evaluating whether our civic infrastructure is up to the task of supporting a growing—and warming—globe. In each episode of Beneath the Surface, we explore some of the most complicated challenges facing our world, and talk to the people who are rolling up their sleeves to build solutions. Find out more about Stripe Press: https://press.stripe.com
 
An informative and sometimes irreverent podcast for those interested in eminent domain, right of way land acquisition, or infrastructure development. Topics for discussion frequently include condemnation of real property for public use, just compensation, the Uniform Relocation Act, as well as your hosts‘ hot takes on popular culture.
 
Scaling a fast-growing small business can seem daunting, especially when you’re cut off from operational resources normally reserved for larger enterprises. As a world-renowned business infrastructure expert, Alicia Butler Pierre has dedicated the past 16 years of her career to closing this knowledge gap. Each Sunday, she and her guests pull back the curtain of their successful businesses to share the people, processes, and tools to scale. If you’re an ambitious entrepreneur seeking actionab ...
 
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Inside Infrastructure

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia

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Inside Infrastructure is a podcast co-hosted by two professional infrastructure nerds – Adrian Dwyer, CEO of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and Janice Lee, Integrated Infrastructure Partner at PwC Australia. Each episode, Adrian and Janice speak with a prominent identity shaping the future of Australian infrastructure – from CEOs of top ASX listed companies to Australia’s top political and bureaucratic brass. Together they explore the ins and outs of infrastructure policy and the peop ...
 
Integrated Infrastructure is a podcast dedicated to bringing news and views from industry leaders involved in the development, design, construction and management of the many built forms that make up Australia’s integrated infrastructure. Integrated infrastructure is powered by North Search, specialists in executive and technical search across engineering, design, construction, property and energy markets in Australia. www.north-search.com
 
The Infrastructure Anywhere Podcast explores the ever-expanding boundaries of technology, from the core, to the edge, and to the cloud, and brings rich insights from IT experts. The series is hosted by Paul O’Dell of CPP Associates, a Clinton, NJ based IT solution provider that was named HPE North American Solution Provider of the Year for 2020.In addition to the main topic of discussion, each guest will give a shout-out to a favorite local restaurant as a way to support our collective commu ...
 
The Joint Venture Podcast will investigate the most exciting deals and financial innovation, as well as broader market trends such as digital disruption, ESG and life in the post-pandemic world.We will keep our ear to the ground, going behind the headlines on the major news, bringing you commentary on a variety of current situations. We will also be catching up with leading market players to take a deep dive into a featured story each week.
 
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It’s a brand-new season on the Business Infrastructure podcast! Season 18 is all about international business. Have you ever thought about expanding your business into another country or maybe establishing a strategic alliance with a foreign business? Or is it something you’ve never really considered until now? Over the next 12 episodes, you’ll hea…
 
Railroads and motor vehicles can come into conflict at level, or at-grade crossings. Such conflicts almost always lead to deadly consequences. In this podcast we consider the trend in rail grade crossing crashes, and the differences that crossing control devices, education, and other policies might make toward mitigating this risk. To understand ho…
 
Do you want to talk relocation assistance under the Uniform Relocation Act? You have come to the right place! Join Infrastructure Junkies! as Kristen Bennett takes us on a deep dive into the differences between moving, reestablishment, and ineligible relocation expenses. This episode was inspired by a recent encounter with a move planner, and Krist…
 
We’re no strangers to risk here at the Business Infrastructure podcast, but even we proceeded with caution during Season 17. Why? Because we tried some radically and fundamentally different things on the show. We experimented with a non-fiction storytelling format for the show that requires much more behind-the-scenes coordination, planning, and lo…
 
Cheryl Taylor is no stranger to managing projects on a large scale. So when she landed a contract to replace a 17-year-old jail technology, she jumped at the chance. Not only did she complete that project 10 months ahead of schedule, but the project even won an innovation award. That kind of success is the result of a career that spans telecommunic…
 
Infrastructure Junkies! returns for the second half of Season 3, highlighting the International Right of Way Association International Conference in Cleveland, a trip to Podcast Movement in Dallas, and plans for the future and upcoming events for our listeners! Find out what happened over the summer and what is in store going forward.…
 
After listening to Jesse Torres you’ll never underestimate the power of networking ever again. He has a knack for meeting people and connecting them to each other to broker partnerships and alliances. Jesse owns ArroyoWest, an economic and workforce development agency, and Small Business Front, a consultancy targeted at providing small businesses w…
 
Did you know that joy has financial value? Specifically, happy employees have 31% higher productivity, their sales are 37% higher and they’re three times more creative. Marguerite Orane leverages these stats as part of making her case for joy in the workplace. As an executive leadership coach, facilitator, and public speaker, she empowers executive…
 
Replacing an active railroad bridge while limiting disruptions to both rail and river traffic presents significant challenges in design and construction staging. The 1889 Merchants Bridge at St. Louis – the oldest remaining rail bridge across the Mississippi River – needed to be upgraded to modern standards. The work involved removal and replacemen…
 
Jeremy Streten is on a mission to provide access to legal advice for all small to medium-sized businesses around the world. These aren’t just empty words. He really means it as evidenced by the strategic moves he’s made to, as he describes it, “…scale myself out of my law firm to remove dependency on me.” How’s that possible when business laws are …
 
In this wrap-up episode, host Tamara Winter and producer Everett Katigbak reflect on the first season of Beneath the Surface, featuring highlights from our favorite episodes, and musings about future areas of exploration. For a transcript for this episode, visit press.stripe.com/farewell-for-now-transcript For more on Beneath the Surface, visit pre…
 
What would you do if someone dared you to join the military? That happened to Dr. Cynthia “Cindy” Young when she was a senior in high school. Not one to shy away from a challenge, she enlisted in the U.S. Navy where she spent the next 23 years of her life. By the time she retired, she had multiple degrees along with a breadth and depth of experienc…
 
Troy Trewin always knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur when he grew up. Having witnessed the successes as well as the struggles of his family’s business, he had a leg up on what it took to grow and scale a company. So, after three years of working for one of the world’s accounting firms, he started two internet companies. And he learned a lot! Nam…
 
In this conversation, Shruti Rajagopalan, Head of India Policy Research at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and host Tamara Winter discuss Shruti's research on how population growth can accelerate economic development, the unintended consequences of fertility policy, and why 1991 was a pivotal year for India. For a transcript of this …
 
When Michiko Wolcott started her consultancy in 2015, it was rare to find someone like her who was interested in exploring the human side of data. Armed with a personal mission to “do data better,” she was determined to successfully blend her roles as a technologist and a humanist to understand why some companies fail to scale. In her quest to answ…
 
Because temperatures below the surface of the earth are relatively constant year around, the earth can be used as a heat sink or source to cool or heat buildings, offering an energy source that is not only carbon-free, but is also constant. How does this work? Where and how can we use this seemingly free energy source? To answer these questions, we…
 
While his friends pursued careers in fields like law, medicine, and technology, Richard Blank went in a completely different direction – language. In fact, his love of language and communications led him to study abroad for one semester in Spain. That experience changed the trajectory of his life. A few years after graduating from university, he ac…
 
Susanne Hofmann talks to Leonor Díaz Santos, a member of the Council of United Peoples in Defense of the Río Verde river (COPUDEVER), located in Oaxaca’s coastal region. Díaz Santos is Afro-Mixteca and defender of her territory, the river and the water. They discuss the suspected impacts of this hydroelectric project and the resistance that Indigen…
 
Up to now, we’ve explored physical infrastructure: supply chains, housing, transportation, and more. But the ultimate resource for any country is its people. For most of human history, populations were fairly stable. Then, in the 19th century, the Industrial Revolution precipitated an exponential increase in population, which reached a peak in the …
 
“Smoke from indoor cooking fires is the leading cause of death for women and children under age 5 in the developing world.” This episode’s scale tale takes us to Guatemala where a local organization resolves to prevent this tragedy. How? That’s where Ripple Effect Images comes into play. By leveraging their ecosystem of filmmakers, editors, photogr…
 
Rita Valencia talks to Alexander Dunlap, researcher at the University of Oslo’s Centre for Development and the Environment, about the violent technologies of extraction required for the ‘sustainable’ or ‘green’ energy transition currently promoted by global North countries as a solution to climate change. They discuss the European Green Deal, infra…
 
Astrid Paola Chavelas talks to social anthropologist Alejandro Castaneira (Autonomous University of Mexico, Iztapalapa) about the trajectory of the different socio-environmental conflicts caused by infrastructure projects planned and/or already implemented in the Isthmus, based on his long-term work on and with the Indigenous peoples of the region.…
 
Our host Astrid Paola Chavelas talks to Mario Castillo Quintero, member of the Assembly of Peoples of the Isthmus in Defence of Land and Territory (APIIDTT). They discuss the advancement of the Interoceanic Transport Corridor in the southern region of the Isthmus and the conflicts that have emerged so far between different groups of the population.…
 
“Never take advice from someone who has nothing to lose by giving it.” That quote comes from investor, business coach, and digital marketing aficionado, Darrell Evans. It’s a credo that guides him in giving practical tips, tactics, and strategies that lead to profitable results. Over 20 years ago, a bright-eyed Darrell finished college with a degre…
 
In this conversation, host Tamara Winter and Alex Forrest, transit planner for the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission in Springfield, Massachusetts, discuss the history of transit in the US, the relationship between transit and housing prices, and the formative years Forrest spent in Japan—and how they’ve shaped his current work in Springfield. For…
 
As Europe’s leading contact centre expert, Marianne Rutz knows all too well the roller coaster of entrepreneurship. Her career in customer support began in 1999, quite by accident when she accepted a project manager position with Hertz in their contact centre. Leveraging her background in travel and tourism and the interactions she had with people …
 
Picture it – the year is 1990 and Curt Anderson is full of hopes and dreams. However, those dreams are deferred when he accepts his father’s request to take over their family-owned floral business. At the time the business was bankrupt and in desperate need of financial resuscitation. Curt spends the next several years grinding and doing everything…
 
Over 1200 tornadoes strike the U.S. each year, bringing destruction, injuries, and deaths to communities. Until recently there were no structural design standards specifically aimed at providing some tornado protection for buildings. In this podcast we talk with Dr. Marc Levitan, Lead Research Engineer at the National Institute of Standards and Tec…
 
In 2016, the much-anticipated Second Avenue Subway line opened in Manhattan, New York. It took nearly a century to finish, and it was the most expensive per-mile subway project… ever — a rare new addition to one of the largest and the oldest subway systems in the world. By contrast, half a world away, Tokyo has a sprawling web of commuter trains—bo…
 
In this episode, Omolola Coker and Oliver Carr chat with Marco Raffinetti, CEO of Hyphen Hydrogen Energy, about his plans to build a 3GW green hydrogen production facility in Namibia, worth US$10 billion. We learn more about the tender process for this ambitious project and discuss the Namibian government's commitment to become a hydrogen exporter.…
 
Does hearing about robots or robotic technology trigger doomsday images of nonhuman entities taking over with unbridled power? That fear is often rooted in the unknown. And that’s why technologists like Dean Hamilton are so important. Part debunking and part educational, it also explains why this episode is one of our most downloaded. Dean is a Par…
 
In our latest episode, host James Banks is joined by digital, carbon and programme management experts from infrastructure specialists AECOM, Arup, Costain and Egis to talk about the challenges that industry must solve to leverage the transformative power of data.Bởi AECOM
 
In this conversation, host Tamara Winter and Ronan Lyons, Associate Professor in Economics at Trinity College Dublin, discuss Ireland’s economic development, the current challenges facing would-be homeowners and renters in Dublin, and the time the biggest concern in the Irish housing market was too much supply. For a transcript of this episode, vis…
 
Lynda Martin is on a mission to “…repair the world, one small business at a time.” One way she does that is through the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS). When originally interviewed, Lynda’s enthusiasm for this transformative framework was apparent and its likely the reason her episode landed on our list of the Top 12 most downloaded to date.…
 
The price of housing in major cities has, over the past few decades, far outpaced the cost of construction. The immediate effects of the housing crunch are generally well-understood: productivity suffers when people aren’t able to live near the jobs they want. But there are other, less-explored effects of the crunch: an increase in obesity (as folk…
 
The Infrastructure Junkies! invited President Judy Jones to center stage to explain how and why she assumed the helm a year earlier than originally planned. Is she ready? Did she need another year to prepare? Learn more about her unlikely path to this position, her philosophies, leadership style and her goals for the International Right of Way Asso…
 
Dr. Jeffrey K. Liker spent over 20 years studying the Toyota Way – the management system behind the world’s leading auto manufacturer. He’s since written several world-renowned books summarizing his research and explaining the Lean framework for waste reduction, operational excellence, and continuous improvement. * Those books have collectively sol…
 
In this episode, Oliver catches up with Richard Hulf and JJ Traynor from LSE listed investment fund HydrogenOne Capital. We discuss the fund's origin, investment philosophy, and grand visions for the future. Our conversation touches on many of the topics that affect investment decisions in innovative hydrogen projects and businesses. These include …
 
Nigeria produces over 1M graduates annually. But many of them leave the country because there aren’t enough local jobs to hire them. Amal Hassan wanted to change that. She set out to start a Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) contact center that would employ some of these graduates. She started it three different times only to be forced to shut dow…
 
Is it more costly to build urban rail infrastructure in America? Does that affect the quality of the products? If so, can we do anything to control costs and get more value for our money? The Eno Center for Transportation, an independent think tank, conducted an extensive study to answer these questions. To tell us what they learned, Paul Lewis, En…
 
Thanks to the global supply chain crisis, millions of consumer goods, from computer chips to couches to cell phones are in high demand but short supply. It would be tempting to think that the pandemic is the main culprit for the backup of global trade flows—but COVID merely exposed existing fault lines in our infrastructure. The advent of just-in-t…
 
Infrastructure Junkies! welcome back Professor Greg Jackson from the History that Doesn't Suck Podcast to tell you a story about one of the greatest infrastructure marvels in American History: the transcontinental railroad. Learn about the reasons why our young country so desperately needed this new infrastructure development, how it was set up as …
 
Lauren Hisey thought she wanted to be a lawyer until she took some law classes and realized she didn’t have a passion for it. A chance encounter working at a call center while in college helped her discover that her true love was in operations. This love is evident as she recounts her operational journey and likely explains why her original intervi…
 
Audrey Carleton, environmental journalist for VICE, discusses the potential for lithium extraction at the Salton Sea to catalyze the burgeoning electric vehicle industry, the parallels to the oil and gas industries, and what it all means for the area's residents. For a transcript of this episode, visit press.stripe.com/audrey-carleton-transcript Fo…
 
Hi! I'm Alicia, host and producer of the Business Infrastructure podcast, and I have a confession to make. * When I analyzed the show’s most downloaded episodes, I was shocked to learn that a monologue I recorded back in 2018 about my experiences in Cuba made the list. * I was shocked because this was a recording I did while I was still very new to…
 
In 1905, Colorado River floodwaters created one of the largest lakes in the United States: the Salton Sea. Now, more than 100 years later, the lake is shrinking, and has become one of the most polluted bodies of water in the US. But the area is also poised to become the largest lithium mine in the country—to be used by GM, Tesla, and Ford to manufa…
 
Appraiser Bob Grace joins Infrastructure Junkies! to discuss the wild and wonderful world of fixtures in the right of way field. The appraiser's first encounter with items in the acquisition inspection will set the stage for how certain "things" are handled throughout the eminent domain process. Are they realty or are they personal property? And wh…
 
Hassan Dantata is a promising young entrepreneur who made a lasting impression on us here at the Business Infrastructure podcast. Considering his tenacious spirit, high energy, and warm personality, it’s no surprise that his original interview also made it to our list of the top 12 most downloaded. * Ten years ago, Hassan found himself alone in a h…
 
In this conversation, host Tamara Winter and Juan Du ,Dean of the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto, discuss Du’s book, The Shenzhen Experiment: The Story of China’s Instant City—and the many myths that surround the city’s origin and development. For a transcript of this episode, visit press.stripe.…
 
As the world becomes noisier, gaining recognition as being at the top of your game is no small feat. Yet some people figure out the formula for showcasing their talents despite the noise. That’s why it’s no surprise that our original episode featuring Dorie Clark, a master of self-reinvention, made it to our list of the top 12 most downloaded. * As…
 
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