The Art of Construction

The Art of Construction

The Art of Construction is here to help you grow your business. Together we explore the world of construction with some of the best minds in the industry. This insightful podcast is hosted by thought provoking entrepreneur, Devon Tilly. Devon has been recognized nationally for his innovation and creativity within the building industry. Join our tribe as we master the Art of Construction.

Episodes

July 29, 2021 73 min
Josh Gubser and Justin Luna, Co-owners of Truth Design Build, and Jon Stambaugh, Logistics Director of AOC and Mountain View Window & Door, join us for episode 224 of Art of Construction and episode three of our Blue Collar Warrior series.  

Truth Design Build is a Denver-based firm that’s dedicated to working creatively, transparently and with unparalleled attention to detail, while also promoting justice and equity and min...
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Clifton Harness, Co-founder and CEO of TestFit, and Matt McMullen, AOC Executive Director, join us for episode 223 of Art of Construction.
   TestFit is a building configurator tool that speeds up and refines the decision-making process on site feasibility for multifamily, hotel, parking or garden apartment projects. By inputting certain factors such as the size of units, parking ratio and building height, TestFit’s algorithms gene...
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Jared McKinney, BIM Technician at Burleson Construction, and Dr. Joe Burgett, professor in the Nieri Family Department of Construction Science and Management at Clemson University, join us for episode 222 of Art of Construction and episode 2 of our Deep Dive Series looking into how contractors and affiliates can best leverage drone technology to help grow their business.

In our first episode of this series we learned the science a...
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Jonas DiCaprio, Owner of BUILT X DESIGN, and Jon Stambaugh, Logistics Director of AOC and Mountain View Window and Door, join us for episode 221 of Art of Construction and the second episode of our Blue Collar Warrior Series. 

The name BUILT x DESIGN or ‘Built by Design’ came from the harsh reality that too many homes are constructed without enough thought given to their design. Indeed, that will be a major focus of our Blue Colla...
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Colin Billings, Founder and CEO of Orro, joins us for episode 220 of Art of Construction. 

Orro is a human-centric, wellness-driven, automated intelligent living system that creates perfect lighting for your specific living habits. With simplicity and sustainability in mind, Orro detects your presence and builds on your preferences to where you can forget about turning off your lights, conserving the normally wasted energy.  

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Stephen Baxley, Founder & CEO of Airworx, and Dr. Joe Burgett, professor in the Nieri Family Department of Construction Science and Management at Clemson University, join us for episode 219 of Art of Construction and Episode 1 of our Deep Dive Series looking into how contractors and affiliates can best leverage drone technology to help grow their business.
 
Tune in as Stephen, Joe and Devon discuss the limitless possibilities ...
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Jon Stambaugh, Logistics Director for AOC and Mountain View Window & Door, joins us for episode 218 of Art of Construction and the first episode of our new Blue Collar Warrior Series.

The Blue Collar Warrior Series is a new podcast focus within the Art of Construction focused on elevating the skilled trades — the true warriors of construction. We talk a lot on our show about the new technologies and products that are transform...
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Gary Fleisher, the Modcoach, and Matt McMullen, AOC Executive Director, join us for episode 217 of Art of Construction.  
Modular construction is continuing to gain momentum as a potential solution to many of the problems our industry faces. But although many see the benefits, there are still issues that need to be overcome for it to truly move forward. The fragmentation and lack of communication between different parts of this i...
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Shane Hoefer, CEO at Rocky Mountain Forest Products, joins us for episode 216 of Art of Construction.  

Rocky Mountain Forest Products is the state of Colorado’s largest lumber supplier, specializing in various building materials for fencing, siding, decking and railing. By operating for over 40 years and working with nearly 4,000 general contractors each year, they’ve done business with all types of industry professionals and rec...
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Ryan Groth, President of the Sales Transformation Group, Inc. joins us for episode 215 of Art of Construction.  

Sales Transformation Group helps growth-oriented construction companies get out of the “quote and hope” rut and build foreseeable sales models through assessing issues, e-learning, coaching and events. Being as results-driven as can be, they have assisted over 100 clients increase growth margins and closing ratios – w...
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Andy Bacchus, President and COO of Industrial Steel & Machinery and Owner and Developer of Skilled On Site, joins us for episode 214 of Art of Construction. 

Skilled On Site is a project management mobile application for small custom homebuilders and home remodelers that is focused on streamlining jobsite communication, crew management and client collaboration – with utmost simplicity in mind. Organized by project, contracto...
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René Morkos, Founder and CEO of ALICE Technologies, joins us for episode 213 of Art of Construction. 

ALICE Technologies is the world's first AI-powered construction simulation platform. Founded in 2015 based on research from Stanford University, ALICE leverages artificial intelligence to analyze a project's complex building requirements and generate highly efficient building schedules and solutions.

Founder and CEO Ren...
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Steve Weber, President and CEO of Liaison Home Automation, joins us for episode 212 of Art of Construction.  

As people evolve and homes become more sophisticated, wouldn’t it be nice to have an “Easy” button to help simplify our lives? It turns out that button IS possible, and it could have many positive impacts on our home and health.   

With an incredible medical and surgical background, Steve Weber has always had a passio...
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Jeff White, President and CEO of Holmberg Mechanical, joins us on episode 211 of Art of Construction. 

From mowing grass as a teenager, to becoming CEO of a full-service mechanical and engineering contractor, Jeff White has known the power of positive relationships within the workspace since the beginning. This shines through at Holmberg Mechanical, where state-of-the-art mechanical systems, servant-style leadership and workplace ...
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Scott Jenkins and Dr. Doug Brown, CEO and CTO of ZS2 Technologies, join us for episode 210 of Art of Construction. 

Build better buildings. It’s what AOC and our tribe are all about. But how do we actually do it? By using more sustainable materials and processes. It sounds simple, but in an industry where too many builders are reluctant to change, the challenges seem impossible to overcome. Fear not, as Scott Jenkins and Dr. Dou...
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Luke Miller, host of the Tile Money podcast, joins us for episode 209 of Art of Construction.  

Tile, like any trade within the construction industry, is a specialty all its own. Behind each home adorned with stunning tile floors is a contractor that’s also a craftsman. But having artistic ability with little to no business sense is what can break your hustle.  

Starting out as a day laborer at age 14 and becoming a tile cont...
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Dr. Joe Burgett, professor in the Nieri Family Department of Construction Science and Management at Clemson University, aka Dr. Drone, joins us for episode 208 of Art of Construction. 

On our recent episode with Matthew Byrd, we discussed the plethora of reality-capturing tech products and services that are being heavily utilized in construction. All of them are astonishing and useful if implemented properly. But as we know, fea...
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Amy Marks, Head of Industrialized Construction Strategy and Evangelism at Autodesk, aka The Queen of Prefab, joins us for episode 207 of Art of Construction and episode three of our Deep Dive Series on Industrialized Construction with Autodesk. 

Amy Marks is on a mission to bring the construction industry into the future. As we all continue to explore the adoption of different offsite construction systems and techniques in our p...
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Matthew Byrd, President of Nexus 3D Consulting and host of the Reality Capture Network podcast, and Scott Hicken, AOC Executive Producer, join us on episode 206 of Art of Construction.  

The truth is, 3D scanning is the future, and it’s enticing. State-of-the-art products give us the ability to capture and utilize accurate data for every stage of a construction project, from checking off pre-insulation details in a newly built h...
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Bill Bullock, VP of MEP Engineered Solutions at Environmental Air Systems, joins us on episode 205 of Art of Construction and episode two of our Deep Dive Series on Industrialized Construction with Autodesk. 

As our industry progresses into the “Industrialized Construction Revolution,” there are plenty of misconceptions that go along with it – like the loss of individuality in buildings, or that there’s a limit in what prefabricat...
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