Peggy says there are always delays in services because of an outdated infrastructure.
Peggy and Rick Splawinski, senior project manager, Nevada Dept. of Transportation, discuss surface transportation.
Peggy says IoT (Internet of Things) solutions are allowing oil and gas pipeline operators to analyze flow and events in near-realtime.
Peggy gives a glimpse into some famous infrastructure. She looks at the new World Trade Center in New York City, Crossrail in London, the Gotthard Base Tunnel in Switzerland, the Grand Paris Express, and the Chicago Express Loop.
Peggy chats with Steven Weitzman, president and CEO, Creative Design Resolutions, who says there is an opportunity for infrastructure to visually speak to the people in the community.
Peggy avoids the political landmines, but highlights the controversy surrounding pipeline infrastructure. She says in 2017, the amount of energy produced was about 87.5 quadrillion BTU (British Thermal units).
Peggy Smedley is joined by Josh Peschel, assistant professor of agriculture and Biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, who says there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution to all of the problems geographically—there are too many variables.
Peggy chats with Kristina Swallow, president, American Society of Civil Engineers, about our nation’s infrastructure and its grade of a D+.
Peggy kicks off a new month, looking at the topic of infrastructure.
Peggy Smedley is joined by Juan Pablo Segura, cofounder, Babyscripts, who talks about the demand that is being fueled on the patient side in healthcare.