The Digital Construction Summit, the key annual event for digital decision-makers in the built environment sector, will take place on 19-21 October. Its headline session will address 10 years of BIM and what comes next.
It will run as a virtual event, following the success of the seven webinars that ran in 2020, for which more than 3,000 construction professionals registered.
The Summit brings together government, clients, contractors, architects, consultants and suppliers to assess construction’s digital progress over the previous 12 months, and examine the policies, trends and innovations that will shape the industry over the coming years.
The Summit includes presentations from industry-leading digital professionals, panel discussions, Q&As and audience interaction.
The webinars confirmed so far are below and you can register for them now:
- Andrew Agapiou, senior lecturer in architecture, University of Strathcylde
- Mark Enzer OBE, CTO at Mott MacDonald, & head of the National Digital Twin programme
- John Ford, BIM & digital delivery lead at Galliford Try Construction
- Dr Anne Kemp OBE, technical director at Atkins, & chair of the UK BIM Alliance
- Paul Morrell OBE, former chief construction advisor, led the Government Construction Strategy 2011, now co-chair of the independent review of the system for testing construction products
- David Philp, director – digital strategy and innovation at Aecom, & digital impact director at the Construction Innovation Hub
- Neil Thompson, director of digital construction at Atkins, & head of the Construction Innovation Hub programme
More sessions will be announced very soon.
Partners for the Summit are:
- Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB)
- Trimble Viewpoint
More detail on the programme and speakers can be found on the Digital Construction Summit 2021 website.
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