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Welcome to disjointed

Our podcast’s mission is to bring a voice to the problems facing decision-making in the Built Environment.

Today, communication and processes are disjointed in the world of design and construction. Work happens across tools, teams, and timelines, making it hard to keep everyone connected. It’s a constant challenge to reduce friction and meet project expectations. We believe there’s a better way.

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Architect

The Anatomy of a Decision in Construction

This is a bonus episode where our host sits down with Kurt Neubek to dissect Decision Making in Construction. You won’t want to miss this eye-opening breakdown of our decisions and where they break down.

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Does your problem matter

In this episode, our host sits down with Charlie Dunn, Project Story Teller, DPR Construction to close out the first season of disjointed. Charlie and our host discuss the problems and some solutions to the issues in the environment.

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Contractor

Communication is key

In this episode, our host sits down with Sam Hamilton, Director of Prefabrication and Virtual Construction Encore Electric to introduce disJointed and our host to the problems facing leading trade contractors in the built environment.

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Check your ego at the door

In this episode, our host sits down with Rod Foley, President North Mechanical to introduce disJointed and our host to the problems facing leading trade contractors in the built environment.

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Architect

Joyful Pursuit of Awesomeness

In this episode, our host sits down with John Diffenderfer, President at Aedis Architects to challenge our current view that the changes facing architects and designers can lead project teams to joyful project outcomes.

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Owner

Let’s stop agreeing with each other

In this episode, our host sits down with Ryan Fertig, Head of Construction, US Real Estate for Vestas Wind Systems to challenge our current view of the problems facing Owners in the built environment.

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