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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
 
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.
 
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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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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 ...
 
Do you often wonder what’s the best way to architect, upgrade, or configure your monitoring solution? The BMC Performance and Availability Business Unit is providing a series of best practices content for its BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management (BPPM) and TrueSight Infrastructure Management solutions. Content delivered in each session gives guidance for specific areas of the solution and functionality for the releases by version. Each recording is designed to provide a solid foundation f ...
 
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 ...
 
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Our guest on Integrated Infrastructure is Tim Williams, Cities Advocacy Lead at Grimshaw Architecture + Planning. He talks us through the changing city landscape, how the decentralisation of the workplace impacts our lives, and the enduring issue of property inequality. Connect with Tim on LinkedIn. >> North Search Website.…
 
Welcome back to this encore edition of our audio masterclass on business infrastructure! In the last episode, you heard the story of Albert Andoh, the optimistic child entrepreneur of an emerging tech startup. He met a consultant who introduced him to the Business Design Blueprint as a way of proving organizational capability, capacity, and scalabi…
 
This is a leaked episode of our other podcast, Infrastructure Junkies Unfiltered! which can be found at the Infrastructure Junkies Website under "Exclusive Content". Fred Easton joined IJ Unfiltered to discuss his experiences as an expert witness in eminent domain cases. Believe it or not, Fred was once fired as an expert witness on a legal case fo…
 
Superfund sites are seriously polluted locations that are subject to remediation by the Environmental Protection Agency under the 1980 Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA). These clean-up processes can be large, complex, and costly. To understand what it takes to restore a particularly challenging location, …
 
What comes to mind when you think of an organizational chart? Do you have one for your small business? After listening to this episode, you’ll understand just how powerful this tool is. An organizational chart visually communicates more than just your company’s chain of command, but also its maturity and growth opportunities. For these reasons, at …
 
Welcome back to our Encore of the masterclass edition of the Business Infrastructure podcast! In the first episode of this series, you heard the story of Emily Miller. She’s the founder of a fast-growing non-profit. She met a consultant who introduced her to a Business Parts Analysis as a means of sustaining the growth. As Emily discovered, fast gr…
 
Welcome to Season 19 featuring an encore of our business infrastructure audio masterclass. That's right. The original season was so well received by our listeners, that we are sharing it again in case you missed it the first time. Over the next 13 episodes, you’ll hear the fictional stories of entrepreneurs faced with the challenges of fast-growing…
 
It’s the last Sunday of 2022! It also marks the end of our 12-country audio tour on this international business season of the Business Infrastructure podcast. That’s right – we visited 12 countries in 12 weeks with 14 special guests. In this final episode of Season 18, producer and host Alicia Butler Pierre summarizes key lessons learned as well as…
 
We’ve made it to the final destination of our 12-country audio tour this season. And this country is extra special to us here at the Business Infrastructure podcast. Why? Because it's home to two of our team members - Erika Ve Revilla and Jodie Maquiran. These ladies play an integral role in this show’s back-office operations. After working fully r…
 
Susanne Hofmann talks to anthropologist and activist Mónica Montalvo from Sandía Digital about the history of hydroelectric projects in Mexico and resistance against them, with examples from Jalisco and Nayarit. They highlight the coloniality of those infrastructure projects that cause displacement and community rupture, but also discuss possible e…
 
Imagine growing up in a city known for its bitterly cold winters and as an adult, moving to the desert with temperatures hot enough to melt tires. Well, that’s what Tiffany Smith did, and she has no regrets. In fact, she’s been living in Saudi Arabia for four years. We’re taking a slight detour with this episode on our 12-country tour this season. …
 
The most interesting man in right of way, Donnie Sherwood, presents some of his more colorful personal experiences in appraisal assignments. Learn how he handled timber cruises to value trees on a tract of property which was being acquired by a state agency, and the snakes, hogs, spiders, rats and other terrifying creatures that he encountered alon…
 
On our latest episode of Integrated Infrastructure, we’re talking to Tracey Dennis, CEO of Engineering Aid Australia. As a proud Biripi woman, Tracey understands there is a gap of knowledge and understanding among First Nations students when it comes to engineering education. Working with Engineering Aid Australia, Tracey has been able to make a re…
 
Jules Brooke is on a mission to amplify the voices of women entrepreneurs, especially those over 40. It’s her drive, ambition, and persistent determination to blaze new trails that attribute to her success in graphic design, sales, and public relations. With so much to learn from her, it’s an honor to have her be our guide to Australia, the next co…
 
This podcast is a timely history lesson about the electrification of rural America and the Depression-era program that made it happen. The Rural Electrification Act of 1936 – the REA – provided federal loans to install electrical distribution systems to serve rural areas. The REA may offer lessons as we invest to extend high speed broadband service…
 
São Paulo is one of the most populated cities in the world and it’s located in Brazil, the next country on our audio tour this season. We have the pleasure of being joined by Paula Palermo, the co-founder of Impacta Finance - a blockchain company specializing in scaling solutions that have a social impact. As a fluent speaker of six different langu…
 
In this fascinating discussion about various issues encountered in right of way or eminent domain appraisal assignments with our good friends Brian O'Neill and David Burgoyne, Infrastructure Junkies! takes a deep dive on what's hot in the industry. Our guests educate us on the purpose and mechanics of review appraisals, which is an opinion on the q…
 
Sofía Benedicto is on a mission to make the world a better place. As the co-founder of Nodalab, a podcast production company, she’s providing a platform for independent creators in the Latin American (LATAM) market. She’s also our guide during our visit to Mexico as the next stop on our 12-country audio tour this season. No topic is off the table! …
 
Next up on our 12-country tour this season is Poland, a country with a population of 37 million situated in Central Eastern Europe. Hosting us is Ben Esmael, a Libyan-born entrepreneur who has proudly called Poland home for the past seven years. After working as an accountant and project manager for companies like IBM and Heineken, Ben started his …
 
Welcome to the fourth installment of Infrastructure Junkies Roundtable with Wade Brown of American Acquisition Group and Ross Greene with Pender & Coward's Eminent Domain Practice Group. You know the routine...everyone brings one right of way issue and one pop culture topic that is on their mind, and magic ensues! This time, we delve into the bread…
 
Our latest episode was recorded live at an AECOM-sponsored panel at the 2022 Labour Party Conference. Convened by leading thinktank Policy Exchange, the expert panel share how local leaders across the UK are building momentum to decarbonise cities and encourage green economic growth through effective public/private partnerships. The line-up compris…
 
We’re headed further east to Bali, Indonesia as the next stop on our 12-country tour this season. Our host here in this Pacific paradise is a chemical engineer turned “million-dollar sales guy,” Desmond Dixon. When he made the decision to leave behind a lucrative STEM career and instead venture into the world of high-pitch sales, Desmond did not kn…
 
In this episode, we discuss decarbonisation goals, the 4 day work week, and renewable industry developments. Today’s guest is Sabine Schleicher, Partner on Energy Infrastructure and Energy Transition at KPMG Australia. Sabine shares her success stories in the industry, the main challenges facing the energy sector, and how she made it to Partner whi…
 
Marine ports are gateways to world trade, and their efficient functioning is a pillar of our economy. East and Gulf Coast ports have grown more important in recent years because of the expanded Panama Canal locks opened in 2016 and continuing congestion in West Coast ports and overland transportation. The Port of Virginia has been making important …
 
In this special bonus episode, Dave and Kristen leak an episode of their brand new subscription only podcast "Infrastructure Junkies Unfiltered!" Unfiltered is a weekly show that consists largely of discussion and analysis of hot topics in right of way and eminent domain, pop culture, and everyday life and well being. In this leaked episode, Dave a…
 
Germany – it’s the next stop on our 12-country tour this season. Here to greet us and tell us all about how to start a business or partner with an existing business in Germany is the “Connectpreneur” himself, Jens Heitland. Considering their membership in the European Union, you may find what Jens reveals about doing business in Germany shocking. W…
 
In the latest episode of AECOM’s Talking Infrastructure podcast, we hear from Michael Gove MP, the former (and soon to be reappointed) Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities and Minister for Intergovernmental Relations, on the importance of strong local leadership and taking an integrated approach to deliver levelling up at th…
 
Despite the best of intentions (and in spite of careful planning), agencies must sometime cancel a right of way project. When a project is cancelled, what lies in the aftermath? Does it matter how far along the project had progressed? What if eminent domain had already been used? Does acquisition by quick take vs. slow take make a difference? And w…
 
We’re on a 12-country tour this season and our next stop is in Canada. Our hosts are seasoned entrepreneurs and business partners, Kathleen Beauvais and Peter Wright. In this episode, Kathleen and Peter give a candid account of what it’s like to start a business in Canada both from a native as well as an expat’s perspective. Not only do they share …
 
Our next stop on our 12-country tour finds us in Split, Croatia by way of London, England. With a population of a little over 4 million, Croatia is an emerging hub for vacationers and digital nomads alike. One such digital nomad, whose also our guide during this episode, is Bhairav Patel. He’s the co-founder and Managing Partner at Atom CTO, a comp…
 
We know that IIJA will pump TRILLIONS of dollars into the American infrastructure industry, but aside from the dollars being invested, what effects can we expect? Infrastructure Junkies! invited Philip Sanchez, a New York attorney with the law firm of Herrick, Feinstein, LLP, to the show to give us the lowdown on what to expect...and you better buc…
 
We kicked off this season of international business in Nigeria. Our next stop is in Ireland – a small, but powerful nation considering its gateway position to the European Union. Martina Goss, a certified lean startup coach, is our guide. She’s brilliantly transformed her career from a certified accountant crunching numbers for existing businesses …
 
Gemaly Padua Uscanga interviews Rosa Marina Flores Cruz, Afro-Zapotec and member of the Assembly of Peoples of the Isthmus in Defence of Land and Territory (APIIDTT), as well as of the Indigenous Futures Network. They talk about the community resistance against the installation of wind parks in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, the consequences of the gl…
 
Rita Valencia talks to Gilberto López y Rivas, research professor at the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) Morelos. He is a long-term contributor to the Mexican newspaper La Jornada and committed to the struggles of Indigenous peoples and peasants. They talk about the relationship of Indigenous peoples and the state, the chances…
 
Host Astrid Chavelas interviews José Raymundo Díaz Taboada, coordinator of the Collective Against Torture and Impunity (CCTI) in Guerrero. They talk about the hydroelectric dam La Parota, collective organising against this infrastructure project, and the conflicts and divisions it caused among communities around issues of land ownership and displac…
 
Our host Rita Valencia converses with Josefa Contreras, Angpon or Zoque activist and Indigenous thinker from the Chimalapas – a dense forest region in the southwest of the state of Oaxaca in Mexico – whose intellectual inquiries are linked to the organisational processes of territorial defence. They talk about the role of cultural identity, resourc…
 
Adrian and Janice sit down with ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr to discuss his approach to reform, the modern approaches and opportunities that exist to deliver the ACT Government’s infrastructure pipeline and whether it could elevate the Territory’s status on the world stage, and what’s on the horizon as the ACT Government implements its decarbonis…
 
Host Gemaly Padua Uscanga interviews Pedro Uc Be, poet, writer, philosopher and member of the Assembly of Defenders of the Mayan Territory Múuch’ Xíinbal. They discuss the Tren Maya infrastructure project – a 1,525-kilometre railway intended to boost Mexico’s tourism industry – and its social and environmental impacts on the lives of the Indigenous…
 
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…
 
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