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FDH Tech Talks: From University Research to Worldwide Solutions

FDH Infrastructure Services got its start in the same way so many other solutions-based companies do -- solving across a critical problem. On this new episode of FDH Tech Talks, host Tyler Kern sat down with company co-founder Darrin Holt, a civil engineer from North Carolina State University who developed the proprietary nondestructive test (NDT) method the Read more

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FDH Tech Talks: From University Research to Worldwide Solutions
FDH Infrastructure Services got its start in the same way so many other solutions-based companies do -- solving across a critical problem. On this new episode of FDH Tech Talks, host Tyler Read more
Engineering & Construction
FDH Tech Talks: Women in STEM Today
What is the state of women in STEM today? Are enough women being mentored and encouraged to pursue STEM careers during their secondary and college years? The consensus is, there is a need for Read more
Engineering & Construction
FDH Tech Talks: FCC Broadcast Repack Puts Emphasis on Quality Tower Inspections
As cities across the country slowly adopt 5G wireless and broadband technology, and as the FCC's broadcast repack continues on, tower inspections are getting more attention. These inspections Read more
AEC
FDH Tech Talks: A Look Inside the Strengthening of America’s Aging Infrastructure
Many of the roads and bridges Americans use every day were built just after World War II. While technical marvels at the time of their construction, our nation's critical infrastructure Read more
AEC
FDH TECH TALKS: INFRASTRUCTURE TESTING SAVES OWNERS MILLIONS
America is just under 250 years old — relatively young as far as countries go. But the infrastructure and buildings that make up our civic networks are reaching old age. This spells danger Read more
AEC
FDH Tech Talks: An Expert’s Take on The Best Method for Nondestructive Testing, with Laura Guy
Several years ago, a student and some professors at NC State were discussing current methods of bridge testing, and they realized that, scientifically, there was a much better way to see if Read more

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How Pepsi Drinkers are Empowering Sustainable Farming
April 21, 2021
Pepsico recently announced its intentions to increase the company's pursuit of sustainable farming. Watch or read below as Jim Andrews, Pepsico's Chief Sustainability Officer, talks about the company's plans to Read more
Where to Find the Hidden Nuggets of Energy Savings
April 21, 2021
When funding a healthy building project, finding additional savings wherever possible is always welcomed. Do hidden nuggets of energy savings assist? That was the question posed to Dean Smith, Controls Read more
ACE Mentor Program of Greater Boston Gives Out $168,000 in Scholarships
April 21, 2021
Casey Williams, P.E. is a board member for the ACE Mentor Program of America's Greater Boston Chapter. "I'd like to tell you about a program that makes a difference for a diverse group of high school Read more
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FDH Tech Talks: From University Research to Worldwide Solutions
December 18, 2019
FDH Infrastructure Services got its start in the same way so many other solutions-based companies do -- solving across a critical problem. On this new episode of FDH Tech Talks, host Tyler Kern sat down with company co-founder Darrin Holt, a civil engineer from North Carolina State University who developed the proprietary nondestructive test (NDT) method the Read more
FDH Tech Talks: Women in STEM Today
November 6, 2019
What is the state of women in STEM today? Are enough women being mentored and encouraged to pursue STEM careers during their secondary and college years? The consensus is, there is a need for women and young people to pursue STEM jobs. With plenty of opportunities out there, women must play a crucial role in filling STEM jobs. At FDH Infrastructure Services, Read more
FDH Tech Talks: FCC Broadcast Repack Puts Emphasis on Quality Tower Inspections
September 10, 2019
As cities across the country slowly adopt 5G wireless and broadband technology, and as the FCC's broadcast repack continues on, tower inspections are getting more attention. These inspections are a necessary step to ensure that these critical broadcast assets are safe, durable, and able to deliver the performance necessary for a frictionless transition; but are Read more
FDH Tech Talks: A Look Inside the Strengthening of America’s Aging Infrastructure
June 24, 2019
Many of the roads and bridges Americans use every day were built just after World War II. While technical marvels at the time of their construction, our nation's critical infrastructure assets are pushing 60, or even 70 years old, and nearing the end of their service life. On this episode of FDH Tech Talks, we sat down with Dr. Armita Mohammadian, a research Read more
FDH TECH TALKS: INFRASTRUCTURE TESTING SAVES OWNERS MILLIONS
April 5, 2019
America is just under 250 years old — relatively young as far as countries go. But the infrastructure and buildings that make up our civic networks are reaching old age. This spells danger and a shrinking lifespan for older structures we still use every day. Luckily, there is a way to test foundations without harming the infrastructure using electromagnetic Read more
FDH Tech Talks: An Expert’s Take on The Best Method for Nondestructive Testing, with Laura Guy
March 15, 2019
Several years ago, a student and some professors at NC State were discussing current methods of bridge testing, and they realized that, scientifically, there was a much better way to see if piles were damaged. FDH Infrastructure Services was born, and from the beginning, prided itself on finding creative and top of the line solutions for nondestructive Read more
FDH Tech Talks: How 5G is Pushing Out Television, and Why Towers will Save the Day with Don Doty & Gregg Fehrman
February 28, 2019
Cell phones have become more than just a valuable tool; they have become a way of life. But what happens when our national broadband use becomes more than what our tower infrastructure can handle? Recently, the FCC put forward a repack to re-assign several broadcasters to different channels. This transition, which began in November 2018, is moving most down Read more