Your chance to tap the minds of the world’s top digital construction strategists comes this month in a free, virtual gathering over 29-30 September.
Experts from Aecom, Atkins, Mott MacDonald and other global leaders will share their strategies and experience at the 2020 Digital Construction Summit, which you can enjoy from the comfort of your home or office.
It comes at the right time, as the pandemic is forcing the industry to adopt digital methods to keep projects going.
Construction professionals all over the world can get up to speed with the latest thinking and ask their questions during this groundbreaking event hosted by GCR‘s sister titles, Construction Manager and BIMplus.
It brings together government, clients, contractors, architects, consultants and suppliers to assess construction’s digital progress over the last year and examine the policies, trends and innovations that will shape the industry in the coming years.
- Mark Enzer, head of the National Digital Twin Programme and chief technology officer at Mott MacDonald
- David Philp, digital impact director at the Construction Innovation Hub and global BIM/MIC consultancy director at Aecom
- Neil Thompson, digital construction director at Atkins
- Andy Hudson, director and head of digital, Chapman Taylor Architects
- Dr Jennifer MacDonald, senior BIM consultant, PCSG
- Andrew Gamblen, digital manager at Willmott Dixon
- Vicki Reynolds, head of digital, i3PT Certification
- Matthew Lewis, senior technical manager, Clarion Housing Group
- Paul Nash, chair, CIOB Quality Commission
As well as presentations, a highly interactive schedule of panel discussions and Q&A sessions will ensure that valuable insights come to the fore, and that your questions get answered.
More than 1,000 professionals from across the built environment with responsibility for driving BIM and digital innovation in their organisations are expected to attend.
Register now for these free, vital sessions by clicking the respective links:
- Putting digital at the heart of the built environment’s recovery
- Common data environments and interoperability
- The power of data and its potential for construction
- Communicating digital solutions to site teams effectively
- The Building Safety Bill: digital’s role in the looming legislation
Partners for the Digital Construction Summit 2020 are:
- Centre for Digital Built Britain
- Chartered Institute of Building
Media partners are:
More detail on the programme and speakers can be found on the Digital Construction Summit 2020 website.
For further information contact:
- Eva Rugeley: [emailÂ protected]
For sponsorship opportunities contact:
Image: A highly interactive schedule of panel discussions and Q&A sessions will ensure that your questions get answered