Digital Construction Summit: last chance to watch live

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Time is running out to register to watch the Digital Construction Summit live and hear from – and question – some of the leading lights of digital construction about AI, data, rework, productivity and how technology can help the industry to address environmental goals.

The Digital Construction Summit starts on 11 September and comprises six free-to-attend webinars. Each webinar is worth one-hour’s CPD credit for those who watch live.

The Summit kicks off at 2.30pm on 11 September with a panel debate about AI in construction. Speakers are from the Chartered Institute of Building, Aecom, Buro Happold, BIM Academy and Xerini.

That’s followed by a webinar on Tuesday 12 September focused on VolkerFiztpatrick and Elecosoft’s work on data and collaboration.

Wednesday 13 September offers two very different topics. In the morning, we will focus on how digital and technology can help the industry to meet its ESG goals, sponsored by Cohesive. In the afternoon, we’ll take a deep dive into Laminar Projects’ award-winning data work on HS2, sponsored by Ideagen Mail Manager.

On the final day of the Summit, Thursday 14 September, there are two webinars to watch. In the morning, Esri UK, Skanska UK and Strabag will talk about improving productivity (and reducing rework), sponsored by NavVis. And in the afternoon, the final session will feature speakers from Sir Robert McAlpine and BIM Academy discussing what good data looks like.

Register for the webinars now:

All webinars are recorded and will be available to watch on demand.

Partners for the Digital Construction Summit 2023 are the Chartered Institute of Building, Cohesive, Elecosoft, Ideagen Mail Manager and NavVis. The Summit is organised by BIMplus and Construction Management.

2,100-plus professionals registered for last year’s Summit, drawn from across the construction supply chain and representing major contractors, clients, consultants, architects and suppliers.

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