Every project has a great story. With over 3,000 team members and almost 100 years of experience in the construction industry, we at Barton Malow have more than a few stories to tell that don’t fit the industry norm. In our podcast, we’re going to be bringing you the untold stories from the construction jobsite – the weird, the wild, and the unconventional paths to success. It’s construction, but it’s Said Differently.
Beyond the Build: John Stewart
After retiring from the Marine Corp. in 2014, John worked for various employers before joining Barton Malow about three years ago. A passionate advocate of mental health – especially among military veterans – John and Scout recently joined us in studio for an in-depth conversation on construction, mental health, and how Barton Malow helps facilitate a culture for every team member.
Transforming How the World Is Built
Season 1 | Episode 6
With an industry ready for change and advanced delivery methods in place that could increase efficiencies, Barton Malow accelerated its journey to transform construction in 2017 through the acquisition of key resources and innovative, patented technology. It’s when Barton Malow’s LIFTbuild entity was officially born.
Beyond the Build: Abi Richardson
In this Beyond the Build episode, we’re excited to be joined by Abi Richardson, a Senior Project Engineer based out of our Charlottesville, Virginia, office. Abi joined Barton Malow in the summer of 2018. She’s currently working on the Boys and Girls Club of Central Virginia’s new Albemarle Campus Club project. She also worked on the newly completed University of Virginia Student Health and Wellness Center.
Beyond the Build: Sage Villeneuve
Welcome to the groundbreaking episode of Said Differently’s Beyond the Build series, where we highlight various Barton Malow team members and how they’re living our core values on our project sites and in the community.
In our debut episode, we’re pleased to welcome LEAPS intern Sage Villeneuve. LEAPS is short for “Learning Practicum for Students,” a 12-week college internship program that Barton Malow established in 1984.
The Ballpark That Forever Changed Baseball
Season 1 | Episode 5
Barton Malow has built more than 225 sports projects throughout North American professional sports leagues and Division 1-3 college athletics. But perhaps no sports project we’ve built is more iconic than Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland. After opening in 1992, the ballpark changed the way ballparks were designed and constructed. In this episode of Said Differently, we take a closer look at the “ballpark that forever changed baseball” as it celebrates its 30th anniversary and how it helped pave the way for subsequent developments.
Winds of Change
Season 1 | Episode 4
Barton Malow entered the Wind Energy market in 2008 and has since established itself as a go-to builder in renewable energy. In this episode, we take a look at all-things wind energy and how Barton Malow is helping to build a more sustainable future. Our guests include Barton Malow Senior Project Managers Ryan Johnston and Curtis Brown, and DTE Manager of Renewable Energy Development Matt Wagner.
Building the Unbuildable
Season 1 | Episode 3
Known for its unique design – there are no 90-degree angles throughout the building – and its challenging build, the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum is our focus in “Building the Unbuildable,” with a guest list that includes MSU Vice President for Strategic Infrastructure Planning and Facilities Dan Bollman, Craig Kiner of Zaha Hadid Architects, and Barton Malow Project Executive Kara Martini.
Hot Starts, Golden Arms, Can’t Lose
Season 1 | Episode 2
Women are a largely untapped demographic with great potential to offset skilled labor shortages in construction. One Detroit-area organization is on the front lines of making this a reality – one welding course at a time.
Who You Gonna Call?
Season 1 | Episode 1
The project is the new Center at Belvedere Senior Center and Hospital Clinic in Charlottesville, Virginia – a 48,000 square foot building that our team finished up in April of 2020. But a big part of this project was creating an inviting outdoor area complete with walking paths and a lawn space for entertaining. One problem our team ran into was a significant amount of invasive vegetation outside of the new structure. So who ya gonna call?