FDH industry experts discuss current topics in a new podcast series designed for AEC professionals.
The purpose of the series is to provide information of value to customers in critical infrastructure markets while introducing some of FDH’s unique service offerings. Available on the company’s website, the podcasts present 15- to 20-minute conversations with FDH’s key engineering, research, and construction personnel.
Podcasts currently available include:
Future podcasts will examine how FDH’s broadcast division (Stainless®) is supporting the FCC’s Broadcast Repack effort as well as the exciting new technology projects underway by the company’s foundations infrastructure and nondestructive testing division.
FDH began as an innovative research initiative by two North Carolina State University engineering professors and a graduate student more than 20 years ago. Today, the company is a leading provider of engineering, nondestructive investigation, and construction services to critical infrastructure markets.
FDH’s engineering professionals, which include PhD-level research engineers, are licensed throughout the United States and several U.S. territories. FDH has been awarded three U.S. patents and has developed multiple proprietary data analysis techniques for evaluating critical structures. The company’s field personnel have a unique depth and breadth of experience resulting from more than 25,000 investigations of concrete, timber, and steel structures in some of the country’s most challenging terrain.