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Why Aren’t U.S. Roads Getting the Repairs They Need?

Why Aren’t U.S. Roads Getting the Repairs They Need?
The American Society of Civil Engineers has passed its judgment on the current state of the United States’ roads – and it wasn’t pretty. The report gave the roads a “D” grade, reflecting a serious need for improvement. But is that improvement coming? How can the country work to begin addressing critical infrastructure issues like aging roads? To find out, Voice Read more

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Why Aren’t U.S. Roads Getting the Repairs They Need?
The American Society of Civil Engineers has passed its judgment on the current state of the United States’ roads – and it wasn’t pretty. The report gave the roads a “D” grade, reflecting a Read more
Architecture & Design
JLL CEO Christian Ulbrich Predicts Repurposing and Market Consolidation in Commercial Spaces
JLL Chief Executive Officer Christian Ulbrich says the emergence from the Covid-19 pandemic will cause a significant amount of consolidation in the real estate and investment management Read more
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Testing What Works for the Office of the Future
  Chad Severson, CEO of Ergotron, a movement company focused on ergonomic innovation, knows first hand the challenges businesses are facing regarding reopening strategies Read more
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Bringing Modular Design to Hotels
  Menno Hilberts, Managing Project Director at Citizen M, visited with The Voice of B2B, Daniel Litwin, to discuss modular buildings in the hospitality Read more
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How a Design Studio Created a Blueprint for Regenerative Architecture
  Daniel Litwin was joined by Christiana Moss, founder and designer of Studio Ma, to talk about regenerative architecture and the benefits of net-zero-energy design. Read more
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The Momentary in Bentonville Exemplifies Adaptive Reuse in the Modern Construction Industry
As the world collectively pushes for more sustainable processes and efforts across virtually every industry, construction is far from exempt. In fact, it may be one of the industries most Read more

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Why Aren’t U.S. Roads Getting the Repairs They Need?
March 23, 2021
The American Society of Civil Engineers has passed its judgment on the current state of the United States’ roads – and it wasn’t pretty. The report gave the roads a “D” grade, reflecting a serious need for improvement. But is that improvement coming? How can the country work to begin addressing critical infrastructure issues like aging roads? To find out, Voice Read more
JLL CEO Christian Ulbrich Predicts Repurposing and Market Consolidation in Commercial Spaces
February 23, 2021
JLL Chief Executive Officer Christian Ulbrich says the emergence from the Covid-19 pandemic will cause a significant amount of consolidation in the real estate and investment management industries. Watch above or read an excerpt from the interview below. -- Host: What can we learn from, especially, I guess, in Asia, where we are seeing reopening a little Read more
Testing What Works for the Office of the Future
August 10, 2020
  Chad Severson, CEO of Ergotron, a movement company focused on ergonomic innovation, knows first hand the challenges businesses are facing regarding reopening strategies for brick and mortar businesses and corporate spaces. Severson and his team are turning to innovation. One unique solution they’re using to figure out how best to adapt Read more
Bringing Modular Design to Hotels
August 4, 2020
  Menno Hilberts, Managing Project Director at Citizen M, visited with The Voice of B2B, Daniel Litwin, to discuss modular buildings in the hospitality industry.   Modular buildings have been used in numerous industries with great success, but their utilization in hospitality is still in its infancy. Hilberts explained that there have Read more
How a Design Studio Created a Blueprint for Regenerative Architecture
August 3, 2020
  Daniel Litwin was joined by Christiana Moss, founder and designer of Studio Ma, to talk about regenerative architecture and the benefits of net-zero-energy design. According to Christiana, net-zero-energy design, the core philosophy behind regenerative architecture, means “it essentially gives back more than it takes. It produces more Read more
The Momentary in Bentonville Exemplifies Adaptive Reuse in the Modern Construction Industry
June 10, 2020
As the world collectively pushes for more sustainable processes and efforts across virtually every industry, construction is far from exempt. In fact, it may be one of the industries most primed to drive real change. In addition to using more sustainable materials and equipment, engaging in environmental best practices, and more, the very act of repurposing Read more
The Evolution of Vari and Rebranding Workspace Innovation
February 27, 2020
  On this episode of MarketScale Mornings, hosts Tyler Kern and Daniel Litwin were joined by Vari CEO Jason McCann. Vari, formerly Varidesk until a rebranding earlier this year, is a workspace innovation company based in Dallas, Texas. The company’s mission is to create workspaces that elevate people, and Vari boasts 350 employees, Read more
Exploring the Gateway to the Adirondacks: Made In America Bonus Clip
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  MarketScale’s award winning original “Made in America” series hits the highways and byways of our country seeking out American-made, American-proud companies that are the backbone of our great nation. In this bonus segment, Daniel Litwin of MarketScale makes a stop in Queensbury, New York, and visits with local historians Joan Aldous and Stan Read more
“The Lighting Professor” on Trends and Design at KBIS 2020
February 6, 2020
MarketScale was in attendance at KBIS 2020 this year, getting an idea for what’s driving the kitchen and bath industry as innovation blooms and a new decade of design dawns. Joseph Reybarreau, known as “The Lighting Professor,” offered up his unique insights about what might be coming down the pipe in the world of lighting. “This is a very Read more