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Digital Construction Summit 2020: register now

24 August 2020

This year’s Digital Construction Summit will be a virtual event across 29/30 September, and registration for delegates is now open.
Originally scheduled for 3 June in the City of London, the event has been rearranged because of the restrictions of the covid-19 pandemic.
The ‘virtual’ Digital Construction Summit will comprise a series of webinar sessions with topics including (click on the links to access the respective registration pages): 
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
Other sessions are likely to be added over the coming weeks.
Speakers include: 
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 
Partners for the Digital Construction Summit 2020 are:
Centre for Digital Built Britain
Chartered Institute of Building
Egnyte
Atvero
i3PT
PlanRadar
Buildots
Media partners are:
Construction Manager
BIMplus
The summit will feature presentations from industry-leading digital professionals, panel discussions, Q&As and audience interaction. Over 1,000 professionals from across the built environment with responsibility for driving BIM and digital innovation in their organisations are expected to attend.
More detail on the programme and speakers can be found on the Digital Construction Summit 2020 website.
For further information contact: 
Eva Rugeley: [email protected]
For sponsorship opportunities contact: 
Tom Peardon [email protected]

The Digital Construction Summit has become a virtual event taking place across 29/30 September, and registration for delegates is now open.

Originally scheduled for 3 June in the City of London, the event has been rearranged because of the restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The ‘virtual’ Digital Construction Summit will comprise a series of webinar sessions with topics including (click on the links to access the respective registration pages): 

 

 

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Registration for the webinars is free. Other sessions are likely to be added over the coming weeks.

Speakers include: 

  • 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, Atkins
  • Andy Hudson, director and head of digital, Chapman Taylor Architects
  • Dr Jennifer MacDonald, senior BIM consultant, PCSG
  • Andrew Gamblen, digital manager, Willmott Dixon
  • Vicki Reynolds, head of digital, i3PT Certification
  • Matthew Lewis, senior technical manager, Clarion Housing Group
  • Paul Nash, chair, CIOB Quality Commission 

 

Partners for the Digital Construction Summit 2020 are:

 

Media partners are BIMplus and Construction Manager.

The summit will feature presentations from industry-leading digital professionals, panel discussions, Q&As and audience interaction. 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.

More detail on the programme and speakers can be found on the Digital Construction Summit 2020 website.

For further information, contact: Eva Rugeley at [email protected]

For sponsorship opportunities, contact: