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The Civil Engineering Podcast

Anthony Fasano, PE

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The Civil Engineering Podcast provides engineering career advice and success stories specifically for civil engineers. Civil engineers Anthony Fasano, PE and Christian Knutson, PE host the show and showcase civil engineering projects and professionals.
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CIVIL ENGINEERING 5.0

Modeste Muhire

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Welcome to the Civil Engineering 5.0 Podcast! As we embrace the current advances in computer-based technologies, the civil engineering industry has entered an era where the collaboration between artificial and human intelligences presents remarkable opportunities. Understanding and appreciating the mathematical language that has inspired this progress is key to unlocking the full potential of these advanced technologies. This podcast explores emerging digital integration strategies for infra ...
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Civil Engineering Vibes

Abdulrahman Atif & Ghanim Kashwani

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This Podcast is done by two Civil Engineers about Construction and Civil Engineer in General. There will be lots of talk and vibes for Civil engineers. feel free to listen! Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
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Civil Engineering Student Life

Alen Demirović

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Welcome to instalment of podcasts where i would be talking about a bunch of stuff primarily targeting my Student life and Studies so we, students, can all interact in a very unique way! Cover art photo provided by rawpixel on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@rawpixel
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Keep it Civil, the biweekly engineering podcast from UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, explores the fascinating and diverse world of engineering. We sit down with top engineers from UCL and beyond to discuss some amazing projects tackling real-world problems and shine a light on aspects of engineering science that may not have been on your radar. http://www.cege.ucl.ac.uk Banner image: Pointcloud of La Cotte de St Brelade, Jersey, by Charles Thomson, 3DIMPact Research Group (H ...
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In this episode, Ann Tomalavage, P.E., PMP, LEED AP, and president of Malarkey Consulting, Inc., interviews me about my civil engineer’s perspective on entrepreneurship, and how I manage it alongside my family life. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions Ann Asks Anthony: When …
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In this episode, I delve into the core strategies that are essential for achieving successful engineering leadership. Although there are numerous aspects to consider, I will concentrate on the five key strategies that have had the most profound impact on my career. These strategies not only helped me navigate complex technical challenges but also e…
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In this episode, I talk with Clint Steele, RPEng (Mech), senior mechanical engineer at Cylite, about how engineers can develop the core skills for global engineering success and how different backgrounds affect engineering practice. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions I Ask …
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In this episode, I talk with Michael O’Grady, P.E., chief growth officer at Terracon, about essential strategies to master change management effectively in 2024. To understand the importance of change in implementing successful strategies, this step-by-step guide will equip you with the knowledge needed to navigate and succeed in times of transitio…
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Welcome to the 18th episode of the Civil Engineering 5.0 Podcast. Today we will elaborate on a design insight from a Boeing airplane door that fell out. We will also touch upon the contrast between academic and industry standards. I hope you enjoy it and share it with othersΑπό τον Modeste Muhire
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Welcome to the 16th episode of Civil Engineering 5.0 podcast. Today we will discuss why it is important to capture the full potential of design software solutions by integrating the design/ computation and drafting/ visualization into one environment. I hope you enjoy it and share it with others Thank you…
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Welcome to the 15th episode of the Civil Engineering 5.0 Podcast. We will discuss the information for a civil engineering design that can be built in the real world. At the end of the day, if it cannot be built, it is not really designΑπό τον Modeste Muhire
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In this episode, we are sharing a panel discussion hosted by the ASCE, where I joined Reuben Zylstra, P.E., P.Eng, from Foothills Bridge, and Carla C. Norris, P.E., from AECOM, to discuss transitioning into a civil engineering manager role. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of […] The post…
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Welcome to the 13th episode of the Civil Engineering 5.0 Podcast. In this episode, we will discuss the invisible champion to unlock success on projects. The core idea is that if we look at pictures of horse races, the champion is neither the horse nor its rider but another agent that a picture cannot capture. This concept applies to civil engineeri…
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Welcome to the 12th episode of the Civil Engineering 5.0 Podcast. With the accelerating pace of technology, it can appear as if everything is changing. We will talk about one of the features that remain unchanged regardless of what happens in the digital/ technological world. I hope you enjoy it and share it with others!…
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Welcome to the 11th episode of Civil 5.0 podcast. Today we will discuss the lessons from the basic tools in a mathematical box and their potential in enhancing your performance with computer based technology in your workflows. I hope you enjoy it and share it with others. Thank youΑπό τον Modeste Muhire
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Welcome to the 10th Episode of Civil Engineering 5.0 Podcast. We will discuss key lessons I learned from virtually attending celebration of engineering excellence on projects, during last year's Bentley Going Digital Awards ceremony. I hope you enjoy the podcast and share it with others #GoingDigitalAwards…
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Welcome to the 9th Episode of the Civil Engineering 5.0 Podcast. Today, we will discuss the benefits of identifying both the elements that will be included in and excluded from the final deliverables with strategic program settings. I hope you enjoy the podcast and share it with others!Από τον Modeste Muhire
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Welcome to the 7th Episode: With the implementation of computer-based technology, organizations prioritizing value-based assessment will progress further than those that base their estimates solely on the time it takes to complete the work. The incentive to innovate is lower in organizations that base their evaluation on time since technology by de…
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Welcome to the 6th Episode: Design is primarily about strategy. It is about knowing the parameters that apply to the whole design and distinguishing them from localized parameters. It is like solving mathematical equations and simplifying the values. Computer-based technologies can follow the inefficient path if the user wants or the efficient path…
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In this episode, I talk with Terry Dussault, president of Yellowknife Consulting Services, about improving workplace safety through training and implementing hazard communication and safe work standards to boost productivity and morale. Terry emphasizes the importance of comprehensive safety practices, covering accident prevention with equipment, v…
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Welcome to the 5th episode: Today's civil engineers must understand the foundation of computer programming. It is the best way to grow the muscle of breaking a complex problem into smaller, manageable components. The skill is beneficial beyond the engineering field.Από τον Modeste Muhire (Mo)
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Welcome to the 4th Episode: The way information is organized in a BIM or digital design is critical. It determines how dynamic and responsive the design is. The power of organization and structure is also visible in the natural world. Both graphite and diamonds are made of Carbon, but diamonds are worth thousands more than graphite. Graphite is wha…
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I am excited to share the third episode of the Civil Engineering 5.0 Podcast and am eager to hear your thoughts and feedback. On this first day ( 04.29.2024), I will publish three episodes ( 7 am, 8 am, and 9 am Eastern) Afterward, a new episode will air daily, Monday through Friday, at 7 a.m. Eastern. The theme for this podcast is: Civil engineeri…
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I am excited to share the second episode of the Civil Engineering 5.0 Podcast and am eager to hear your thoughts and feedback. On this first day ( 04.29.2024), I will publish three episodes ( 7 am, 8 am, and 9 am Eastern) Afterward, a new episode will air every day, Monday through Friday, at 7 a.m. Eastern. The theme for this episode is: Computer t…
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I am excited to share the first episode of the Civil Engineering 5.0 Podcast and am eager to hear your thoughts and feedback. On this first day ( 04.29.2024), I will publish three episodes ( 7 am, 8 am, and 9 am Eastern) Afterward, a new episode will air every day, Monday through Friday, at 7 a.m. Eastern. This episode will cover the following: 1. …
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In this episode, I talk with Steven M. Rienks, P.E., PMP, director of engineering at American Surveying & Engineering, about the intricate world of the ASCE Code of Ethics, exploring its historical roots, pivotal importance, and its significant influence on the realm of civil engineering. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** …
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In this episode, I talk with Dena Prastos, AIA, founder and CEO of Indigo River, about her journey in the AEC field and her specialization in waterfront architecture. She discusses the challenges she faced as a woman in a male-dominated industry and the impact of growing up in Alaska on her career choices. Dena also […] The post TCEP 259: Ways Emer…
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In this episode, I talk with Tyler Grau, P.E., traffic engineering department manager at Stanley Consultants, about the importance of creating pedestrian and bicycle-friendly urban zones, and the key factors and recommendations for making urban zones more pedestrian and bicycle-friendly, including street design, public safety, accessibility, and ne…
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In this episode, I talk with Danielle Schroeder, P.E., ENV SP, transportation staff engineer at Gannett Fleming and student outreach director for WTS Philadelphia, about her passion for STEM outreach. She emphasizes the importance of inspiring the next generation of engineers and highlights the various formats of STEM outreach events, including cla…
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In this episode, I talk with Dr. Bellandra Foster, P.E., about finding one’s passion and purpose in engineering and making career decisions based on those factors. She also shares insights on coaching, the overlooked costs of being a boss, and the importance of family and self-time. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed […] The post TC…
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In this episode, I talk with Dr. Paul Chinowsky about the critical significance of climate change resiliency in the industry and the intriguing transition from research to consulting. We also delve into the differences between tackling climate change resiliency in academia versus the industry, and shed light on the essential skills required to effe…
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In this episode, I talk with Matt Aston, GPRS’ founder, about the company’s various services, including video pipe inspection, leak detection, laser scanning, and ground-penetrating radar. He shares the origin story of GPRS and its growth strategy, and also introduces the SiteMap initiative, which aims to create a comprehensive view of underground …
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In this episode, I introduce you to the new co-host for this podcast, K. James Taylor, Jr., P.E., a licensed professional engineer and an associate vice president at Verdantas, and provide some great civil engineering leadership tips that can help you conquer even the most challenging projects. ***The video version of this episode can be […] The po…
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In this episode, I talk about three engineer-approved steps for effective goal-setting that will turbocharge your career every 90 days. Whether it’s professional or personal, these steps are your secret sauce. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some Key Points Discussed in This Episode About How…
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