The Digital Construction Summit will now go ahead on 1-10 November. Originally scheduled for 13-15 September, the key event for digital decision-makers in the built environment was rescheduled after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Summit comprises five webinars, held across four days, that tackle key industry issues:
- implementing best practice to meet the requirements of the golden thread;
- the evolution of BIM to information management;
- achieving net zero;
- technology’s role in generating productivity gains; and
- ensuring the maximum impact of project information during the operational phase of an asset.
Speakers are drawn from the likes of Skanska, Keltbray, L Lynch, Southern Housing Group, Orbit Group, Scottish Futures Trust, NHS Scotland, the UK BIM Alliance and the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).
You can register for the individual webinar sessions via the links below. Each webinar qualifies for an hour’s CPD credits and is free to attend.
Those who registered for the September dates can use their original links for the rescheduled sessions.
Digital Construction Summit programme
BIM’s future now: The information management evolution in association with Mail Manager on 1 November at 2.30pm GMT
Digital construction’s role in making Net Zero a reality in association with PlanRadar on 2 November at 11.00am GMT
Boosting productivity with tech: the law of marginal gains in association with COINS on 2 November at 2.30pm GMT
The golden thread: best practice towards compliance on 3 November at 2.30pm GMT
From construction to operations: NHS Scotland’s information management journey in association with Bentley Systems on 10 November at 11.00am GMT
Find out more
More details on the programme and speakers can be found on the Digital Construction Summit 2022 website.
Partners for the Digital Construction Summit 2022 are the CIOB, Bentley Systems, COINS, Mail Manager and PlanRadar.
The Summit is brought to you by Construction Management, BIMplus and Global Construction Review.
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