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The national dialogue we�ve been seeking to create about the construction industry is gathering steam...

 

LePatner presented "America's Construction Crisis: Can Broken Buildings and Busted Budgets Be Fixed?" a webinar sponsored by the Project Management Institute's Metrics Specific Interest Group on April 8, 2008. Watch and listen here (registration required; right click on the video window and choose Zoom>Full Screen). We suggest you start the presentation at the 11th minute to avoid a lot of ads.

 

America's Construction Crisis: Can Broken Buildings and Busted Budgets Be Fixed? a 1-hour webinar on March 4, 2008 featuring Barry LePatner, sponsored by Deloitte (registration required). Click here.

 

Barry LePatner was interviewed on NPR's "State of Affairs" on March 11, 2008. A Look at the Construction Industry, hosted by Julie Creedens, also included a contractor from Kentucky. Listeners called in to discuss aspects of the industry's problems, making for a lively discussion that proved people are really starting to think about construction industry reform. Click here.


Barry LePatner was interviewed about Broken Buildings Busted Budgets on The Invisible Hand, a PodCast about mangement, economics and management strategy. He discusses the systemic problems that lead to cost overruns in construction projects. Click here.


Barry LePatner was interviewed on NPR's "Marketplace" program on Wednesday, October 3, 2007 to discuss the construction industry. Listen or read the transcript here.


Barry LePatner was interviewed on Boston's public radio station, WBUR, on Monday August 20, 2007 to discuss the state of the U.S. construction industry in the context of the Minneapolis bridge collapse and other recent construction-related headlines. Listen to the 'Here and Now' segment by clicking here. LePatner's interview starts 21:16 into the program.

 

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