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As the U.S. looks for ways to stimulate the economy, substantial investment in our aging infrastructure is an approach that offers great potential.

The effort of reviving the U.S. infrastructure requires more than fixing what’s broken. We need to engage innovative solutions that connect the right information with the right people, enabling intelligent decision-making throughout project life cycles.

It starts with understanding the value and context of available data, then using that information to rethink the future of project delivery – integrating concepts such as autonomous vehicles and drones, digital as-built models, a connected but decentralized workforce, and reliable broadband connectivity. In this series, we focus the Dimensions Thought Leadership Spotlight on leading industry experts, who share their thoughts on how smart technology and processes support data-driven decisions across the design, construction, and operations of projects, and why that is key to reviving our U.S. infrastructure.

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Cyndee Hoagland

Senior Vice President, Trimble Inc.
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Ryan Forrestel

CEO, Cold Spring Construction
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Priscilla Benavides

Central Region Design Manager, New Mexico Department of Transportation
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John Mackiewicz

Vice President of Technology, WSB & Associates
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Aaron McClellan

Construction Technology Manager, Granite Construction Inc.
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