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The podcast for surveyors who love what they do! You know you are a surveyor when you can't hold a conversation without thinking about property. From buildings and construction to the legal issues and of course what it's all worth. Join Marion Ellis a chartered surveyor as she explores what it means to be a surveyor with guests who share their career highs and lows and the geeky stuff that makes us tick. Vist www.lovesurveying.com or connect with Marion @love_surveying or on https://www.link ...
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Architecture Business Club is the weekly podcast to help solo and small firm architecture business owners build a profitable, future-proof architecture practice that both you and your clients love! It’s an inclusive place (for ALL architecture business owners). So whether you’re an Architect, Architectural Technologist, or Architectural Designer…If you sell architectural services and want to improve the way you do things…This is THE podcast for you. I’m Jon Clayton, your show host, and a Cha ...
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Field Surveys

Field Surveys

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Field Surveys is an ecology and conservation podcast where we try to take you behind the scenes of how ecology and conservation really get done. Hosted by Jesse Alston. Music by Scott Gratton and Blue Dot Sessions.
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The Secondary Survey

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An in depth look into the pre-hospital care provided by all responders, practitioners and medics. Produced by Irish pre-hospital care paramedics. We will bring you regular episodes on patient care, case studies, interesting scientific journal articles all mixed with a unique Irish take on all things out of hospital. follow us on twitter @secondarysurvey
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Senseless Survey is a fun, quirky phone survey of unsuspecting listeners across the U.S. featuring random, ridiculous questions. How long can we keep the person on the phone? Do they ever figure out we're saying the U.S. Senseless Bureau NOT "Census Bureau"? Hosted by CMA, ACM, CCMA Hall of Fame Broadcaster Cliff Dumas.
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Small Arms Survey podcasts

Small Arms Survey

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This podcast series will help you to get to know the Small Arms Survey and its activities by listening to the Survey's team of experts speak about the latest research projects and the application and implementation of their findings.
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Survey The Expert is a podcast series focused on accreditation. The podcasts will discuss important information in the healthcare industry that affect you, your business and your clients (patients). If you have suggestions for future topics please contact Sean Wetherell - swetherell@achc.org.
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S.O.U.P. : The Surveyors of Unused Potential

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Humanity is at a crossroads! Enter: S.O.U.P. - The Surveyors of Unused Potential - a semi-secret conglomerate of scientists & inventors who locate & harvest a precious & invisible resource, Potential Energy. This clean, green energy source powers ideas, innovation & creativity. Just what we need to build a brighter future! It’s all around us if you know how to recognize it! For the first time in history, S.O.U.P. is recruiting in order to broaden their search for Potential Energy Hotspots & ...
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Surveying with Ali Imran

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Welcome to Surveying with Ali Imran! With your host, Ali Imran, we cover some interesting info behind some of your favorite movies, television shows, comic books and some video games in this podcast. Stick around and also hear some thoughts, opinions and insights from Ali.
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This Podcast is ideal for people who are looking to learn more about the world of Building Surveying. Tune in for regular episodes that will cover a wide range of interesting topics that will help you and your property. Make sure to check out our othe podcast - Cardoe Martin's For Professionals podcast.
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This Podcast is ideal for people who are already working in the property and construction industries. Whether you just want to get to grips with the world of Building Surveying, a Surveyor looking to get Chartered or maybe just looking for some quick learns to upskill yourself - this is the place for you! Tune in for regular episodes and make sure to check out our other podcast - Cardoe Martin's A-Z of Building Surveying. Cardoe Martin is a dynamic and modern property consultancy specialisin ...
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In this episode of the Architecture Business Club podcast, host Jon explores how architects can pursue a location-independent lifestyle and build a career that incorporates their passion for travel. Guest Sara Kolata, an architect turned digital transformation expert, shares her transition from traditional architecture practice to embracing digital…
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This podcast reviews several common investor questions that are outside the usual ones focused on operating fundamentals and not addressed in regular company events or materials. These topics include the accurate picture around the shorting of Gevo's shares, the latest on the company’s previously announced share repurchase program, concerns around …
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In this episode, host Jon interviews Mahmood Reza, a business finance expert, tax advisor, and author of 'I Hate Numbers.' This discussion focuses on the importance for architects, especially those running solo or small practices, to understand their financial numbers for business growth, tax savings, and overall financial health. Mahmood emphasise…
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In this episode, we sit down with Peter Leighton, COO and Co-Founder of RE Royalties, and dig deeper into the company’s innovative royalty financing solutions for renewable energy clients. The company focuses on acquiring long-term, recurring royalty streams and high capital reinvestment to drive growth combined with strong capital protection and l…
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In this episode of Architecture Business Club, host Jon discusses the importance and effectiveness of email newsletters for solo and small firm architecture practice owners with Nikita Morell, a copywriter who specialises in the architecture industry. They explore how newsletters can create a direct and personal connection with the audience, bypass…
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In this episode, we look at the latest developments in the GREET model and its impact on Gevo and its renewable energy liquid hydrocarbons and Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) business. We also take the opportunity to discuss Gevo’s innovative Verity Carbon Solutions, a tracking system that monitors carbon emissions from feedstock to end-use, which …
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In this episode, Jon announces exciting developments for the Architecture Business Club, aiming to extend its value beyond just being a podcast. The club, intended for solo and small firm architecture practice owners, is about to introduce several new offerings to foster a community within the architecture industry. Key announcements include the la…
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In this episode, we take a look at the latest trends and market for distributed energy generation (DEG) and the role renewables are now playing. With increasing strain on the conventional grid, in combination with carbon reduction goals, the DEG market is in an increasingly exciting investment environment along with the companies and technologies l…
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In the episode, host Jon interviews Ian Shirvell, a Chartered Architectural Technologist and the founder of Ora Design Architecture. Ian shares his journey from a G-grade high school student to a successful sole practitioner in architecture. Ian discusses how he started his career as a carpenter's apprentice, then moved into architectural technolog…
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Join Graham Mattison and Shawn Severson for a discussion on natural gas, including its role as a bridge fuel, its significant impact on the economics of many renewable industries, and opportunities for new and existing technologies to benefit from the natural gas market dynamics.Από τον Shawn Severson
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In this episode, host Jon is joined by personal brand and visibility coach Fifi Mason. They discuss how to be more visible and authentic when running your architecture business. Fifi shares strategies to overcome self-silencing, an internal barrier that prevents individuals from expressing their thoughts or ideas due to fear of perceived consequenc…
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In our podcast, we reviewed how Limbach has evolved to be a leading integrated building solution company that partners with its customers to deliver, maintain, and optimize mission-critical MEP systems. The company has shifted its business toward higher-margin owner direct work that also provides recurring revenue from service and maintenance contr…
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Jon interviews entrepreneur Chris Ducker about the power of mastermind groups and how they can bolster your business. They discuss the two different types of masterminds; peer-led and leader-led, and the benefits and misconceptions about both. Chris shares his experiences, highlighting the importance of surrounding yourself with the right people an…
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In this episode, Jon shares 10 key lessons from his decade-long experience as a sole practitioner in architecture. He talks about the importance of learning from mistakes, understanding your financial state even if you're not motivated by money, delegating tasks, and building an emergency fund in your business. He also emphasises the need to make p…
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In our podcast, we review how Aqua Metals is developing a cleaner and safer metals recycling process to reduce the carbon footprint of the energy storage industry, which we view as an emerging megatrend across the sector. The company believes its proprietary process is environmentally responsible and economically competitive and will help retain cr…
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In this episode of Architecture Business Club, host Jon speaks with Mike Cole, an IFC-accredited coach and qualified accountant, about embracing neurodiversity in your architecture business. Mike discusses his experience with dyslexia and the strengths it has brought to his work, such as problem-solving and big-picture thinking. He shares his journ…
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Today Marion Ellis chats with Joshim Uddin, a Chartered Surveyor in Tower Hamlets and RICS Matrics Award Winner. Joshim is a Chartered Surveyor who leads a public sector development viability service. The key purpose of his role is to ensure maximum levels of affordable housing/developer contributions is provided as part of planning applications fo…
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In this episode, Jon hosts Architecture Business Club with guest James Talman, CEO of the National Federation of Roofing Contractors and Competent Roofer. They delve into the intricacies of roofing in architectural designs and how architects can minimise risks to ensure that their next roof is designed and built properly. James also shares importan…
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Today, Marion Ellis chats with George Hooton, a General Practice Surveyor and the RICS Matrics Commercial Property Surveyor of the Year 2023. A surveyor with a demonstrated history of working in the commercial real estate industry, George works hard both inside and outside of the business to drive a better and more inclusive property profession. In…
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In this episode, host Jon is joined by Anna Lundberg, founder of One Step Outside who helps professionals break free from a traditional 9-5 job to find a more meaningful definition of success. They discuss the challenges of transitioning from employee to business owner, the importance of building a personal brand, the need for work-life integration…
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Today Marion Ellis chats with Sinead Clarkson, Chartered Quantity Surveyor, working for PH Plasterers Ltd. As a Chartered Quantity Surveyor and Co-Chair of the NAWIC Yorkshire region (National Association for Women in Construction), Sinead has an interest in improving gender diversity in our profession through support and research, and early engage…
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In this episode, host Jon discusses the significance of strategic planning for business success. Drawing comparisons between embarking on a business journey and going on a road trip, he stresses the importance of setting a clear destination (dubbed the 'big business goal') for the year ahead. Jon advocates for a quarterly approach, stating that bre…
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Today, Marion chats with Chris Rispin, the author of many notable books and papers in the residential and valuation surveying sector and a regular contributor to The Surveyor Hub Community. Now retired, Chris was the former Managing Director of BlueBox Partners, previously Technical Director at Allied Surveyors. In this episode, they discuss his ca…
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The episode features an in-depth conversation between host, Jon, and guest, Ann Vanner, a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists and a Chartered Architect who recently returned to practice after a long break. They discuss Ann's experiences and challenges upon reentering the world of architecture, the changes she has notice…
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In this episode, marketing mentor Laura Robinson explains the concept of 'First Date Offers'. These are short, chargeable, bite-sized experiences designed to attract potential clients and give them a taster of your high-priced services. Laura recommends creating a First Date Offer that's fun and comfortable for you to deliver, ensuring you avoid to…
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In this episode, Jon discusses the CEO mindset with Janet Murray, an online business strategist and copywriter. They delve into why many small business owners or practitioners behave more like freelancers rather than CEOs. Janet highlights how tracking data, developing business skills, and creating commercially viable services or products are key c…
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In this episode of Architecture Business Club, Jon encourages listeners to reflect on their past year in business and consider their business plans for the upcoming year. Highlighting the importance of setting an objective and assessing which actions led to successful results and which actions were detrimental. Jon discusses his personal achievemen…
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In this festive edition of Architecture Business Club, host Jon takes listeners on a journey revisiting the Christmases of his past, present, and future as a practitioner in the field of architecture. He shares amusing anecdotes of the wild office Christmas parties from the late '90s and early 2000s, contrasts them against his current quieter festi…
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Jon talks to Stephen Drew, the founder of Architecture Social and Interior Design Social, about the challenges of finding, hiring, and retaining great architectural staff. Stephen enlightens listeners about the importance of creating engaging job adverts that go beyond listing required skills, and instead paint a vibrant picture of the company cult…
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Today Marion Ellis chats with Alice Graham, Solutions Engineer at Procore Technologies. A Chartered Quantity Surveyor with six years of industry experience, Alice combines industry expertise with a passion for technology to help construction organisations adopt cutting-edge cost management solutions, contributing to the industry's digital transform…
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In this episode of Architecture Business Club, host Jon Clayton invites Bob Gentle to speak about the importance of personal branding for architecture practice owners. Bob is known for helping business leaders all over the world build their online presence and grow their businesses. They discuss the fear factor of being visible in the social media …
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Today Marion Ellis chats with Michael Schendel, Chartered Surveyor, Chartered Building Engineer and Registered Valuer at SelectSurv. Born and raised in South London, after a successful career in modelling, Michael decided to pursue his ambition to work in the property sector. Working in corporate and private practice, Michael qualified as a Charter…
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In this episode of the Architecture Business Club, host Jon Clayton discusses LinkedIn strategies for business growth with social media strategist Sarah Clay. They dissected common misconceptions about LinkedIn, emphasizing its role as a search engine and networking tool, not just a social media platform. Sarah highlighted the importance of showcas…
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Today Marion Ellis chats with Philippa Bancroft, Senior Manager for Public Land at the Greater London Authority. As Senior Manager for Public Land at the Greater London Authority Philippa works with public landowners in London to support them to release land for housing. She is also Vice Chair of the LionHeart board and recently won RICS Matrics Am…
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In this episode of Architecture Business Club, host Jon discusses starting his own architectural design side hustle in 2010. He takes us through his motivation for starting a side business, shares details about the challenges he faced including dealing with job insecurity due to redundancy and his drive to create a location-independent business. Jo…
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In this bonus episode of the Architecture Business Club podcast, host Jon expresses his appreciation for the successful launch of the show which is designed for solo and small firm architecture practice owners. He thanks everyone involved in the show's creation and listeners for their support. To further help the show, he encourages his audience to…
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Today Marion Ellis chats with Ryan Parke, The Men’s Coach. Ryan Parke is The Men's Coach, a TEDx Speaker, and an international award-winning public speaker. Ryan works with companies and charities that want to improve mental health for men by taking an evidence-based approach. Ryan's 90-day coaching programme helps men to overcome depression, beat …
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Upcoming Exciting Episodes on Architecture Business Club - Next time Jon talks about side hustle architectural services. In future episodes Jon interviews experts such as Sarah Clay, a social media strategist, and Bob Gentle, a digital marketing and personal brand coach. Founder of Architecture Social, Stephen Drew, also shares his insights from th…
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In this short bonus episode, host Jon thanks numerous individuals and communities for their support in creating the 'Architecture Business Club'. From tutorial influencers, such as Mark Asquith who provided a crucial podcast launch accelerator course, to organisations that posted a press release, like CIAT and Designing Buildings, every shout-out o…
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In this episode of the Architecture Business Club podcast, Jon discusses with Kris Baxter the role of business coaching in transforming architectural practices. Kris, a Chartered Architectural Technologist and founder of Studio 11 Architecture, shares his own experiences with business coaching. He recounts how coaching focused on his personal devel…
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In this episode of Architecture Business Club, host Jon Clayton speaks with service positioning expert, Janine Coombes, to discuss different approaches to pricing and positioning architectural services. Acknowledging common charging methods such as percentage of build costs, fixed price, or by the hour, they address the potential of learning from o…
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In this episode of the Architecture Business Club podcast, host Jon Clayton talks with Linden Dover, co-founder and COO of Weaver, an online platform that assists architects and design professionals in finding, vetting, and hiring building contractors. Linden shares the rigorous three-step approach adopted by Weaver to vet contractors, emphasizing …
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Architecture Business Club is for solo and small firm architecture business owners who want to build a profitable, future-proof architecture practice that both you and your clients love. It features weekly interviews with inspiring people from the world of architecture and business who share actionable tips to improve your own architecture business…
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Welcome back, Surveyors! Check out our brand-new episode of the Hoosier Surveyor Podcast, where hosts Ryan Swingley and Ryan Selby reunite after a summer hiatus. They're joined by Brian Lewis, Executive Director, offering a detailed rundown of the board's summer endeavors. Tune in as they discuss insights about the ISPLS budget, goal-setting initia…
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In this episode, Marion Ellis chats with Kate Faulkner, OBE, about the Home Buying Selling Group, the work being done to improve home buying in the UK, and the impact it could have on Residential Surveyors in the future. It was recorded as a webinar and shared with The Surveyor Hub Community as an opportunity to answer some of the common queries ar…
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In this episode, Ryan Swingley takes the Hoosier Surveyor Podcast to Orlando, FL for the TopoDOT User Conference 2023, TUC23. He sits down with TopoDOT Founder, Ted Knaak and TopoDOT Director of Training & Support, fellow Hoosier, Randy Allen. Take a listen as they discuss the history of the program, where it is today and where they plan to take it…
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Welcome to Episode 14 and the second full episode in our Building Surveying For Property Managers series. Today we hear from Craig White about PPM & CAPEX. Thanks for listening, subscribing and being part of the Cardoe Martin podcast community. We hope you enjoy listening 😊 but we are always looking to improve and make the podcasts more relevant an…
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