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Continuum Advisory Group Launches “Built Revolution” Podcast

RALEIGH, NC (December 18th, 2017) — Continuum Advisory Group has released the inaugural episode of their new podcast, Built Revolution.

Built Revolution is a podcast about how to transform the construction industry, how it’s already being transformed, and how professionals can get in on the action. It explores this topic through engaging with important people in the industry: thought leaders, innovators, disruptors, and anyone else pushing the industry forward.

The first podcast is hosted by Clark Ellis, a Principal and Co-Founder of Continuum Advisory Group. Various Continuum Advisory Group members will host episodes in the future. Episodes run approximately thirty minutes each and follow a traditional interview format.

The first episode is half of a two-part interview with Stephen Mulva, Director of the Construction Industry Institute in Austin, Texas. As the preeminent source of knowledge for construction industry professionals, CII is equal parts academic institution and professional organization. It has contributed significantly to best practices for capital projects.

Clark and Stephen’s discussion focuses on the future of CII, change in the construction industry, and new business models for people who work in and for the “built environment.”

Their conversation goes into detail on CII’s research, real-world anecdotes and high-level discussion about the future.
Listeners can access the first episode now at, and can subscribe to future episodes on both iTunes and Google Play.


“Throughout history, great conversations have helped to drive innovation, solve problems and transform communities. By having great conversations with the brightest minds in the industry, we hope to help inspire all of these things and more with Built Revolution.”Clark Ellis, Host of Built Revolution


 About Continuum Advisory Group

Continuum Advisory Group is a management consulting firm for the homebuilding and construction industries. We work with homebuilders, utilities, owner/developers, contractors, engineering firms, EPC firms and building product manufacturers. For more information, visit

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