Top Construction and Engineering Podcasts to Follow in 2024

Jenny Butler Customer Experience & Events Manager
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Deloitte’s 2024 Engineering and Construction Industry Outlook report found that E&C leaders are turning to technology to help them to navigate challenges posed by rising costs, skilled labor shortages, and supply chain issues.

Podcasts often offer guidance on how to best leverage and apply technology, e.g. construction management software, including insights from industry experts who truly understand the challenges faced by those working in the construction and engineering sectors.

Without further ado, and in no particular order, here’s our pick of the top construction and engineering podcasts to check out in 2024.

1. The Construction Record

For over 100 years, the Journal of Commerce and Daily Commercial News have been the authoritative voices of Canada’s construction industry. 

The Construction Record™ is a bi-weekly, award winning, national construction news podcast that adds another engaging content platform for existing JOC and DCN audiences. Topics include recruitment, the construction economy, and ways to improve the built environment.

Episode length: An average of 15-25 minutes

2. Awesome Women Podcast

Founded in 2017 by Amanda Bulow, Awesome Women in Construction (AWIC) is a not-for-profit association dedicated to providing support, resources, and networking opportunities to women working across Australia’s construction industry. 

The association advocates against discrimination, educates the next generation, and amplifies the voices of women in construction. The Awesome Women podcast provides a platform for the association to introduce listeners to women all around the world who are excelling in their careers in their chosen industries.

Episode length: An average of 25 minutes

3. The ConTechCrew

Check any reputable list of best construction podcasts names and you’re bound to see this stalwart – and for good reason! Since 2016, this weekly podcast has sought out the most influential innovators the industry has to offer and subsequently produced one of the most content-rich construction podcast series’ you’re likely to find.

The main goal of the podcast is to help construction companies to flourish by utilizing technology. A rotating panel of hosts includes the podcast’s co-founder and JBKnowledge CEO, James Benham. With over 400 episodes to choose from, listeners are guaranteed to find a topic of interest.

Episode length: An average of 60-80 minutes

4. Specified: Building Materials & Construction Growth Podcast

The Specified Growth Podcast is a weekly show hosted by Tatsuya “Tats” Nakagawa. Tats is the CEO of Castagra, which is a commercial roof coating manufacturer based in the U.S.

Podcast guests include construction industry leaders and experts, who share insights on how to overcome adversity, grow organizations, handle construction budgeting. and create meaningful change in the building materials and construction industry. Episodes are also available on the show’s YouTube channel.

Episode length: An average of 20-30 minutes

5. The World’s Best Construction Podcast

Where some podcasts tend to over-promise, this one doesn’t need to. Its core listenership will likely have come from The B1M YouTube channel, which boasts a whopping 3.2 million subscribers! 

Co-hosts Fred Mills, Liam Marsh, and Luke Bligh combine forces to deliver top-tier content related to construction, engineering, and architecture.

Episode length: An average of 40-60 minutes

6. The Modern Craftsman

Those seeking to build or expand on the overall brand of their construction company will benefit from listening to this podcast, co-hosted by expert professional craftsmen Nick Schiffer and Tyler Grace. 

Guests include successful business owners and subject matter experts, as well as fellow craft masters who detail highlights from their careers in trades. The topics are engaging and the conversation is genuinely interesting, with several helpful takeaways to take note of.

Episode length: An average of 2 hours

7. Constructive Voices

Constructive Voices is currently ranked in the top 1.5% of all podcasts worldwide. It covers a well-researched range of topics that can influence the construction sector, including the environment, biodiversity, social responsibility, sustainability, health, inclusivity, and construction industry trends

Subject matter expert guests work with rotating hosts to elevate this podcast to a well-deserved place as one of the best in its genre. The footnote guide and transcript of each episode is very easy to follow, and enhances the accessibility of the content.

Episode length: An average of 45 minutes

8. Build Better Podcast

Massachusetts-based Anastasia Barnes hosts the Build Better podcast, which aims to introduce listeners to some of the most influential industry experts working in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC).

The podcast highlights AEC industry trends and discusses how technology and innovation go hand-in-hand, as well as how important it is to embrace new technology in order to foster an environment of efficient productivity.

Anastasia is also the publisher of High Profile, which is a three-generation family-run publication and media outlet specializing in Facilities Development news for the New England region of the USA since 1997.

Episode length: An average of 30 minutes

9. The Engineers Collective

As population density in cities increases and the urban sprawl spills out to form commuter belts, engineers are the people who are working out how to ensure that essentials like water and electricity are able to scale to meet the growing demand.

The Engineers Collective is a podcast run by rotating hosts who are all members of the New Civil Engineer editorial team. The New Civil Engineer is a monthly magazine for members of the Institution of Civil Engineers, which is the UK chartered body that oversees the practice of civil engineering in the UK. 

It is a well-revered publication that has been around since 1972, adding gravitas to the podcast, which itself has gained a dedicated, loyal following.

Episode length: An average of 45 minutes

10. The Lien Zone

In this podcast, host Alex Barthet discusses construction law, contracts, liens and bonds, and how to run a construction business. Barthet is an attorney based in Florida, and he’s also a mechanical engineer by education, as well as being Board Certified in Construction Law.

As he’s based in Florida, the podcast generally tends to focus on the applicable laws and regulations governing construction in that region of the U.S., but it also contains some gems of expertise that might be helpful to construction company owners and professionals in general.

Episode length: An average of 15 minutes

11. Construction Brothers

Sixth-generation builders, Eddie Campbell and Tyler Campbell, co-host one of the best-produced and most valuable construction podcasts around. The brothers discuss everything related to construction, architecture, engineering, technology, and trades, and it’s clear that they really enjoy their work.

The best thing about this construction industry podcast is that some of the most informative and popular episodes have been sorted into ‘starter packs’ that allow listeners to immediately find the topics that interest them.

It’s a genius way to consolidate episodes in a way that offers additional value to listeners, while also creating an easily accessible back catalog – other podcasts should really take a leaf from Eddie and Tyler’s book on that one.

Episode length: An average of 40 minutes

12. The Peggy Smedley Show

Closing in on 2,000 episodes and drawing in an average of 115,000 listeners, the Peggy Smedley show has cemented its place as one of the most highly-regarded podcasts in its genre.

Founder and host, Peggy Smedley, is a digital transformation and IoT advocate and expert, and the show is a sounding board for Peggy and her guests to discuss the topics that are important to construction and related industries.

A recurring conversation point in the podcast is that many industries are intrinsically linked via technology, logistics, various frameworks, and the need to embrace technology in order to maintain a sustainable competitive advantage.

Episode length: An average of 30 minutes

13. The Construction Leading Edge Podcast

Construction Business Consultant, Todd Dewalt, is your host for this construction management podcast that focuses on the day-to-day business side of construction. Listeners tend to be construction business owners, project executives/managers, and field leaders. 

The podcast promises to share insights and tips that can help propel construction professionals and their companies to the next level of growth and efficiency.

Episode length: An average of 30-60 minutes

14. ASSP Construction Safety Podcasts

Safety is always the number one concern for those working on construction projects. This podcast from the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) covers all the major potential hazards, including trips, falls, working at heights, demolition protocol, and steps to ensuring the protection of eyes and ears from work-related damage or injury.

Revising and refreshing your health and safety knowledge with the guidance of industry experts in this podcast can help to empower you to address any incident with confidence and clarity.

Episode length: An average of 30 minutes

15. The Art of Construction

This podcast, hosted by Devon Tilly, is a mix of fireside chats, deep dive conversations, and insightful interviews with industry expert guests who share their career journeys. 

Listeners can choose from over 300 episodes covering a wide range of topics that support the podcast’s aim to help businesses to master the art of construction. The website also includes comprehensive show notes for easy reference.

Episode length: An average of 40-55 minutes.


This award-winning monthly podcast was previously hosted by Missy Scherber, who helped to lead it to award-winning status. Current host, Taylor White (Ken White Construction), has carried on the tradition of giving construction business owners and industry experts a space to share stories of their successes, challenges, and whatever else is on their minds.

Listeners can expect candid interviews and sage advice across 360+ episodes recorded since the show began in 2016.

The podcast was spun out of the major construction industry event of the same name, CONEXPO-CON/AGG, which brings contractors, dealers, producers, service providers, and other construction professionals together. The next in-person CONEXPO-CON/AGG event will be held from March 3rd-7th, 2026, in Las Vegas.

Episode length: An average of 50 minutes

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