Construction industry podcasts you should be listening to
It’s no secret that podcasts are everywhere these days, but when it comes to choosing which ones to listen to, it can be a little tough to narrow down the options. Good thing we’re here to make it easy for you! Check out this list of construction-themed podcasts you should be listening to, if you aren’t already.
The Building Code
Buildertrend’s own Paul Wurth and Tom Houghton host The Building Code with one goal in mind: to provide construction professionals with high-quality interviews, best practices, and tips and tricks from their peers. Not only do they interview industry experts and Buildertrend leaders, but they also interview real Buildertrend users to learn about their history, business and secrets of success.
The Modern Craftsman
Spending most of their adult lives involved in the trades, the three hosts of The Modern Craftsman know the struggles of maintaining balance while running a business, as well as the challenges associated with navigating the construction industry. Nick Schiffer, Tyler Grace and Johnny Hourihan introduce you to the world of their podcast with stories, experiences and tips to help build your construction brand.
The Lien Zone
Alex Barthet, a construction lawyer out of Miami, covers a variety of construction law topics on this legal-themed podcast. Serving as litigation counsel to several statewide and local contractors and material suppliers in Florida, Alex is experienced in finding the best path to achieve his clients’ goals, and will express that advice to The Lien Zone listeners.
The Art of Construction
This podcast is here to help you grow your building business through marketing, communication and sales strategies. Devon Tilly hosts The Art of Construction and is a thought-provoking entrepreneur who collaborates with some of the best minds in the industry to bring you fresh construction-themed content.
This podcast covers all things construction tech – including hardware, software, devices, apps and the strategies for applying them. Thanks to hosts James Benham, Rob McKinney, Jeff Sample and Buck Davis – plus special guests – plenty of nuggets are made available through their wide range of topics.
The Fine Homebuilding Podcast
Dedicated to the preservation of craftsmanship and the advancement of home performance, The Fine Homebuilding Podcast follows in its magazine’s (of the same name) footsteps. Hosted by the magazine’s editors, the FHB Podcast focuses on techniques and principles that allow listeners to master their design and building challenges.
What’s better than a podcast for contractors, by contractors? Host Martin Holsinger brings the latest inspiration, motivation and education in his Protractor Podcast to help you use today’s technology to grow your business with purpose.
Made for Profit
This podcast is here for anyone trying to run a profitable small business that involves working with your hands. No matter if your business is woodworking, metalworking, building, welding, carpentry, contracting, building or anything in between, the Made for Profit podcast will cover the topics most important to you.
The Roofer Show
Dave Sullivan has been a successful roofing contractor for over 30 years, and he’s here to share the good, the bad and the ugly of his experiences in contracting through The Roofer Show. With interviews from the industry’s top experts, he dives deep into the best tips and strategies that you can use to take your business to the next level.
Construction Industry Podcast
Cesar Abeid presents the Construction Industry Podcast with interviews, tips, trends and other nuggets that are perfect for businesses and professionals in the construction industry.
The Construction Leading Edge Podcast
This podcast is for business owners who want to maximize revenue, eliminate chaos and turn their businesses into well-oiled, profitable machines. But project managers, execs and field leaders will also benefit from the interviews, resources, tools and tips offered in The Construction Leading Edge Podcast.
Did we miss any podcasts you are loving lately? Let us know in the comments below if we forgot your favorite construction-themed podcast!
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