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Using AI to Level the Playing Field between Homeowners and Service Providers

Navigating the infrastructure, land and relationships in construction. Host Adam Morrisey interviews global leaders in the built environment exploring the people, ideas and innovations guiding the construction and civil engineering industries into the future.   Can data revolutionize how homeowners manage and maintain their property? The new age of Read more

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Using AI to Level the Playing Field between Homeowners and Service Providers
Navigating the infrastructure, land and relationships in construction. Host Adam Morrisey interviews global leaders in the built environment exploring the people, ideas and innovations guiding Read more
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Equitable Cities IV: How the Business Community Impacts City Development
Navigating the infrastructure, land and relationships in construction. Host Adam Morrisey interviews global leaders in the built environment exploring the people, ideas and innovations guiding Read more
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Equitable Cities III: Addressing Inequality and Enacting the Change Our Cities Need
  On this episode of Dirt Work, host Adam Morrisey continued the show’s series on the topic of equitable cities by discussing the role that real estate developers, bankers and Read more
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Equitable Cities II: How Community-Oriented Development Builds Socioeconomic Viability
  On this episode of Dirt Work, we continued our conversation on the topic of equitable cities by discussing community-oriented development with Innovan Neighborhoods founder Maggie Read more
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Equitable Cities: The Impact of Policy
  Texas Rep. Carl Sherman joined Dirt Work for a courageous conversation on the impact of policy on urban planning and the equitability of cities. Sherman has been identified as a Read more
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The Resiliency of the Hospitality Industry
  Jaime Bravo, General Manager of Hotel Bardo, a boutique hotel in Tulum, Mexico, joined us on Dirt Work to discuss the future of hospitality, picking up from a previous Dirt Work Read more

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With Record Demand, Can Uber Get Drivers Driving Again?
April 22, 2021
The economy is slowly opening back up as the country sees vaccinations increase while COVID-19 cases decrease. Consumers are reopening the door to Uber. In March 2021, Uber saw gross bookings hit an Read more
Southwest CEO Speaks on Pent Up Travel Demand, Industry Outlook and more
April 22, 2021
Southwest CEO Gary Kelly says “no question the worst is behind us,” as he discusses first-quarter results, consumer and business travel demand, and the relaunch of Boeing 737 Max jets. Watch or read more Read more
Beyond the Classroom: Educational Reform in a Post-Pandemic World
April 22, 2021
Although no one can argue that the COVID-19 pandemic has set back education and student learning for months, if not years, there is still some good that has come out of our current situation. Now, educators Read more
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Using AI to Level the Playing Field between Homeowners and Service Providers
February 9, 2021
Navigating the infrastructure, land and relationships in construction. Host Adam Morrisey interviews global leaders in the built environment exploring the people, ideas and innovations guiding the construction and civil engineering industries into the future.   Can data revolutionize how homeowners manage and maintain their property? The new age of Read more
Equitable Cities IV: How the Business Community Impacts City Development
December 15, 2020
Navigating the infrastructure, land and relationships in construction. Host Adam Morrisey interviews global leaders in the built environment exploring the people, ideas and innovations guiding the construction and civil engineering industries into the future.   On this episode of Dirt Work, we concluded our Equity Cities mini-series by discussing Read more
Equitable Cities III: Addressing Inequality and Enacting the Change Our Cities Need
November 17, 2020
  On this episode of Dirt Work, host Adam Morrisey continued the show’s series on the topic of equitable cities by discussing the role that real estate developers, bankers and community initiatives have on the future of our cities with Dallas-area business leaders Tim and Terrence Maiden. Terrence serves as CEO of Russell Glen, a local development Read more
Equitable Cities II: How Community-Oriented Development Builds Socioeconomic Viability
October 20, 2020
  On this episode of Dirt Work, we continued our conversation on the topic of equitable cities by discussing community-oriented development with Innovan Neighborhoods founder Maggie Parker. Parker is a member of Dallas Business Journal’s 2019 40 under 40 Class, as well as the recipient of the 2020 Juanita Craft Humanitarian Award and the founder of Read more
Equitable Cities: The Impact of Policy
September 22, 2020
  Texas Rep. Carl Sherman joined Dirt Work for a courageous conversation on the impact of policy on urban planning and the equitability of cities. Sherman has been identified as a transformational leader in faith, government and business. As a member of the Texas House of Representatives, he proudly represents District 109, which includes many Read more
The Resiliency of the Hospitality Industry
August 25, 2020
  Jaime Bravo, General Manager of Hotel Bardo, a boutique hotel in Tulum, Mexico, joined us on Dirt Work to discuss the future of hospitality, picking up from a previous Dirt Work episode conversation when Global Architecture firm founder Scott Lowe said the future will be defined by hotels with less than 50 guest rooms. Hotels are an Read more
Constants and Variables in Architecture & Design: Dirt Work
July 21, 2020
Every month Adam Morrisey navigates infrastructure, land, and relationships of the construction industry on Dirt Work. Founder and Partner of Global Architecture Firm, 5G Studio, Scott Lowe joined us to discuss the architecture process and changes impacting the industry. 5G was founded in 2005 and has grown to an internationally renown firm. Headquartered Read more
Emphasizing Education in Real Estate: Dirt Work
June 23, 2020
  Joseph Cahoon, Director of Folsom Institute for Real Estate at SMU’s Cox School of Business, joined us on the most recent episode of Dirt Work to discuss the cross-section of education and real estate in light of invocation and changes brought forth by the coronavirus pandemic. SMU successfully transitioned over 10,000 students to remote learning in Read more
COVID-19 Continues to Change the Retail Real Estate Landscape 
May 19, 2020
  On this episode of Dirt Work, we were joined by Austin Clinkscales, Principal at Ladera Properties, a real estate developer, investment firm and operator focused on the retail sector in Texas and Oklahoma, to discuss how COVID-19 has impacted that already ever-changing retail real estate market. Retail is a tough business because of inherent limitations Read more