TCEP 262: How to Become a Successful Civil Engineering Manager
The Civil Engineering Podcast
by EMI, Anthony Fasano, PE and Christian Knutson, PE
1w ago
In this episode, we are sharing a panel discussion hosted by the ASCE, where I joined Reuben Zylstra, P.E., P.Eng, from Foothills Bridge, and Carla C. Norris, P.E., from AECOM, to discuss transitioning into a civil engineering manager role. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of […] The post TCEP 262: How to Become a Successful Civil Engineering Manager appeared first on Engineering Management Institute ..read more
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TCEP 261: The Best Practices for Implementing Training in Workplace Safety
The Civil Engineering Podcast
by EMI, Anthony Fasano, PE and Christian Knutson, PE
3w ago
In this episode, I talk with Terry Dussault, president of Yellowknife Consulting Services, about improving workplace safety through training and implementing hazard communication and safe work standards to boost productivity and morale. Terry emphasizes the importance of comprehensive safety practices, covering accident prevention with equipment, vehicle safety, and protection from airborne contaminants. ***The video version […] The post TCEP 261: The Best Practices for Implementing Training in Workplace Safety appeared first on Engineering Management Institute ..read more
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TCEP 260: Implementing the ASCE Code of Ethics in Professional Practices
The Civil Engineering Podcast
by EMI, Anthony Fasano, PE and Christian Knutson, PE
1M ago
In this episode, I talk with Steven M. Rienks, P.E., PMP, director of engineering at American Surveying & Engineering, about the intricate world of the ASCE Code of Ethics, exploring its historical roots, pivotal importance, and its significant influence on the realm of civil engineering. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed here.*** […] The post TCEP 260: Implementing the ASCE Code of Ethics in Professional Practices appeared first on Engineering Management Institute ..read more
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TCEP 259: Ways Emerging Tech Is Revolutionizing Waterfront Architecture
The Civil Engineering Podcast
by EMI, Anthony Fasano, PE and Christian Knutson, PE
2M ago
In this episode, I talk with Dena Prastos, AIA, founder and CEO of Indigo River, about her journey in the AEC field and her specialization in waterfront architecture. She discusses the challenges she faced as a woman in a male-dominated industry and the impact of growing up in Alaska on her career choices. Dena also […] The post TCEP 259: Ways Emerging Tech Is Revolutionizing Waterfront Architecture appeared first on Engineering Management Institute ..read more
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TCEP 258: How to Make Urban Zones More Pedestrian and Bicycle-Friendly
The Civil Engineering Podcast
by EMI, Anthony Fasano, PE and Christian Knutson, PE
2M ago
In this episode, I talk with Tyler Grau, P.E., traffic engineering department manager at Stanley Consultants, about the importance of creating pedestrian and bicycle-friendly urban zones, and the key factors and recommendations for making urban zones more pedestrian and bicycle-friendly, including street design, public safety, accessibility, and network compatibility. ***The video version of this episode […] The post TCEP 258: How to Make Urban Zones More Pedestrian and Bicycle-Friendly appeared first on Engineering Management Institute ..read more
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TCEP 257: How to Lead a Successful STEM Outreach Program: Tips and Strategies
The Civil Engineering Podcast
by EMI, Anthony Fasano, PE and Christian Knutson, PE
3M ago
In this episode, I talk with Danielle Schroeder, P.E., ENV SP, transportation staff engineer at Gannett Fleming and student outreach director for WTS Philadelphia, about her passion for STEM outreach. She emphasizes the importance of inspiring the next generation of engineers and highlights the various formats of STEM outreach events, including classroom visits and tabling […] The post TCEP 257: How to Lead a Successful STEM Outreach Program: Tips and Strategies appeared first on Engineering Management Institute ..read more
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TCEP 256: Unlocking Potential by Finding Passion in Engineering
The Civil Engineering Podcast
by EMI, Anthony Fasano, PE and Christian Knutson, PE
3M ago
In this episode, I talk with Dr. Bellandra Foster, P.E., about finding one’s passion and purpose in engineering and making career decisions based on those factors. She also shares insights on coaching, the overlooked costs of being a boss, and the importance of family and self-time. ***The video version of this episode can be viewed […] The post TCEP 256: Unlocking Potential by Finding Passion in Engineering appeared first on Engineering Management Institute ..read more
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TCEP 255: Building a Sustainable Future with Climate Change Resiliency in Civil Engineering
The Civil Engineering Podcast
by EMI, Anthony Fasano, PE and Christian Knutson, PE
3M ago
In this episode, I talk with Dr. Paul Chinowsky about the critical significance of climate change resiliency in the industry and the intriguing transition from research to consulting. We also delve into the differences between tackling climate change resiliency in academia versus the industry, and shed light on the essential skills required to effectively address […] The post TCEP 255: Building a Sustainable Future with Climate Change Resiliency in Civil Engineering appeared first on Engineering Management Institute ..read more
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Reinventing the Wheel: How AI Is Shaping the Future of Transportation Engineering
The Civil Engineering Podcast
by EMI
4M ago
This is a guest blog by Cris Mark Baroro As a passionate engineer with a lot of interest in transportation, I have always been fascinated by the potential of technology’s impact on our everyday lives. In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has started to creep into the world of transportation engineering, and I can’t help […] The post Reinventing the Wheel: How AI Is Shaping the Future of Transportation Engineering appeared first on Engineering Management Institute ..read more
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TCEP 254: Ground-Penetrating Radar: Cost-Effective Solutions for Infrastructure Visibility
The Civil Engineering Podcast
by EMI, Anthony Fasano, PE and Christian Knutson, PE
4M ago
In this episode, I talk with Matt Aston, GPRS’ founder, about the company’s various services, including video pipe inspection, leak detection, laser scanning, and ground-penetrating radar. He shares the origin story of GPRS and its growth strategy, and also introduces the SiteMap initiative, which aims to create a comprehensive view of underground infrastructure for facilities. […] The post TCEP 254: Ground-Penetrating Radar: Cost-Effective Solutions for Infrastructure Visibility appeared first on Engineering Management Institute ..read more
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