Digitally Built: Digitising construction across the whole chain

Date: 20-Apr-17 to 21-Apr-17
Location: IET London: Savoy Place / London / United Kingdom
Category: Technology Conferences & Trade Fairs

The future of the construction industry is digital and the UK construction industry is undergoing a digital revolution as it moves to the next stage of technology and structured data.

This conference will give delegates invaluable insight into the realities of adoption of BIM Level 2 and how to ensure that the benefits are maximised during the asset whole lifecycle including design, construction, operation and demolition.

Conference sessions include

• System integration through the whole supply chain
• BIM and Smart City infrastructure
• Use of robotics and virtual reality in the construction process
• Addressing cyber security concerns
• Mapping out the legal implications of BIM

Keynote talks from

• Peter Capelhorn, Deputy Chief Executive and Policy Director, Construction Products Association
• Tim Broyd, President, Institution of Civil Engineers

Other leading speakers include

• Dale Sinclair, Director of Technical Practice, AECOM, CIC BIM Champion
• Neil Thompson, Innovation Director, Balfour Beatty
• Jo Harris, Head of Sustainable Construction Group, BSRIA
• Paul Oakley, Director BIM, BRE
• Richard Petrie, Chief Executive Officer, buildingSMART
• Andrew Sieradzki, Director of Security and Technology, Buro Happold
• Chris Gage, Digital Lead - Industrial Products, Global Business Services, IBM
• Graham Herries, Director of Digital Technologies, Laing O'Rourke
• Professor Jeremy Watson CBE, Professor of Engineering Systems, UCL

With conference places for the two days at just £249, this represents a great opportunity for the industry to come together and share the very latest updates on BIM.

Exhibitors

Peter Capelhorn, Deputy Chief Executive and Policy Director, Construction Products Association, Tim Broyd, President, Institution of Civil Engineers, AECOM, Balfour Beatty, BSRIA, BRE, buildingSMART, Buro Happold, IBM, Laing O'Rourke, UCL

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