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 professional
In this episode, I talk to Paul Lee, P.E., ENV SP, Energy Policy Analyst at the City of Los Angeles, Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, about a great opportunity that presented itself to him, touch on the different civil engineering career paths and their role in climate change, and discuss some of the challenges they face […]
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In this episode, I talk to Mary Lamie, P.E., the Executive Vice President of The St. Louis Regional Freightway, Bi-State Development, about how supply chain disruptions are affecting engineers and the projects they work on. We also touch on infrastructure investment and some of the latest developments in the freightway to support workforce development. Engineering […]
In this episode of The Civil Engineering Podcast, I discuss five points you can use to build a strong company culture in your civil engineering firm. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some Key Points Discussed in This Episode About Building a Strong Company Culture in Your Civil Engineering Firm: 1. Ensure That Personal Relationships Are Built […]
In this episode, I talk to Matthew Douglas, Public Works Operations Manager at the City of Sugar Land, about what public works entails and the role it plays in civil engineering, as well as the role it plays in different management types. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions I Ask Matthew: What is […]
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In this episode, I talk to Daniel L. Swain, Ph.D., a climate scientist focused on the dynamics and impacts of extreme events like a megaflood, about climate change, the intersection between extreme weather and climate in applied societal contexts, and how it can affect civil engineers going forward. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the […]
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In this episode, I talk to Michael Castro, C.DIR., ASC, MBA, the Founder and CEO of RiskAware (Cybersecurity) Inc., about the importance of cybersecurity for engineering firms and how engineers can introduce cybersecurity into their business. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions I Ask Michael: How can engineers introduce cybersecurity into their business? […]
In this episode, I provide you with the top 10 takeaways and career tips from our first 10 episodes on The Civil Engineering CEO show. It is a video show that features CEOs from leading civil engineering firms, and because they shared such insightful information, we thought it would be great to recap some of […]
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In this episode, I talk to Kara M. Boyles, Ph.D., P.E., a registered professional engineer who became the City of South Bend’s first female city engineer in January 2017, about what it means to be a city engineer. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions I Ask Kara: Tell us about your career journey […]
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In this episode, I talk with Aaron Witt and Dan Briscoe about some of the biggest challenges and mistakes construction business owners make and how you can avoid making those same mistakes. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions I Ask Aaron and Dan: Why the mission “Make the Dirt World a Better Place”? […]
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In this episode, I talk to Amanda Payne, Associate Vice President and Business Development Director at Horner & Shifrin, about the role of a seller-doer and how it has changed from before the pandemic to where we are today. She also provides some great tips on how you can improve your seller-doer skills as an […]
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In this episode, I talk to Peter Atherton, P.E., about an in-depth study we did together about the state of the industry and talent market — and how companies can compete in a fast-changing world. We also highlight some of the key findings that are in the Future of Work in Engineering and Architecture 2022 […]
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In this episode, and in honor of National Women in Engineering Day, I talk to Marsia Geldert-Murphey, P.E., F. ASCE, Regional Director of Lochmueller Group, who was recently elected as the ASCE President Elect for 2023. Marsia is also the author of a book called “Cross, Yield or Burn – Navigating the Bridges of Life,” […]
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In this episode of The Civil Engineering Podcast, I talk to Emory Lee, AICP, ENV SP, MCIP-I, WEDG, Climate Adaptation & Resilience Lead for Ramboll Group A/S in New York about climate adaptation and resilience in engineering and some of the potential jobs or roles there are within climate adaptation. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some […]
In this episode of The Civil Engineering Podcast, I answer a few questions that I received from a consulting engineer a few years out of school about how to be successful on the job, get up to speed with design practices, learn codes, gain field practice, and organize resources and knowledge. Tips to Be Successful […]
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In this episode, I talk to Matthew Low, P.E., Senior Vice President at Hoyle, Tanner & Associates, Inc., about challenges and opportunities in the civil engineering workforce, and how engineers can overcome these challenges to excel in their careers. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions I Ask Matthew: What does career progression in […]
In this episode, I talk to Trudi Williams, PE, Vice President, and Regional Director of one of the premier civil, structural, and environmental engineering firms in Southwest Florida, CONSOR Engineers, about three key career themes that you can use to grow your civil engineering career or firm. Here Are Some of the Questions I Ask […]
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In this episode, I talk to Will Schnier, P.E., Chief Marketing Officer at WGI, about marketing strategies for AEC firms, and how you can market your company the right way. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions I Ask Will: Why is marketing important for both small and large engineering firms? For someone new […]
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In this episode, I talk to Rory San Miguel, co-founder and CEO at Propeller Aero, about how using advanced technology in civil engineering projects can increase the success of a project. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions I Ask Rory: What are some of the civil construction case studies that Propeller Aero has […]
In this episode, I talk to Mike Lozanoff. P.E., owner at Lozanoff Consulting Services, LLC about invoicing in engineering firms, write-offs, and how these two actions can affect the project profitability of a consulting engineering firm. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions I Ask Mike: Why do you think invoicing is a necessity […]
In this episode, I talk to Stu Walesh, Ph.D., P.E., Dist.M.ASCE, F.NSPE, about how using basic brain knowledge to be more creative and innovative can help engineers become a better version of themselves. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions I Ask Stu: What is your book, “Introduction to Creativity and Innovation for Engineers,” […]
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