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Digital Construction Summit 2019: full programme

9 April 2019 | By CM staff

Construction Manager and BIM+ are organising a high-profile event to assess construction’s digital progress to date – and identify the next steps the industry needs to take.

The Digital Construction Summit, on 15 May 2019, will bring together clients, contractors, architects, consultants and suppliers, who will discuss their progress towards achieving the government’s BIM Level 2 mandate and ultimate goal of a digital built Britain.

Around 150 professionals from across the construction industry with responsibility for driving BIM and digital innovation in their organisations are expected to attend the event at the Pinsent Masons Auditorium in the City of London.

Partners for the event are the Chartered Institute of Building, CITB and Pinsent Masons.

Event programme

 

Morning

 

How digital technology can transform the built environment sector: Progress to date, obstacles and opportunities

David Philp, global BIM/IM consultancy director, Aecom

Neil Thompson, director of digital construction, Atkins/SNC Lavalin

Roy Evans, client solutions lead, Government Property Agency (Cabinet Office)

Dr Jennifer Macdonald, senior BIM consultant, PCSG

Dr Noha Saleeb, professor creative technologies and construction, Middlesex University

James Daniel, head of digital engineering (infrastructure services), Skanska

 

The Core Innovation Hub: Helping the industry harness new technologies

Sam Stacey, head of the Transforming Construction Challenge, UK Research and Innovation

 

The architectural digital perspective: BIM Level 2 adoption, challenges and benefits

Alistair Kell, head of information technology and process, BDP

 

The government view on construction’s digital progress – and next steps

Alex Lubbock, head of digital construction, Infrastructure & Projects Authority

 

Discussion: What digital service offering do customers want from their constructors?

Garry Fannon, head of digital, Willmott Dixon (chair)

Ralph James, FM & technical services manager, MET Office

Richard Draper, BIM and digital assets manager, University of Birmingham

Elena Simcock, information manager, University of Birmingham

Richard Baggaley, project manager, iMET Building – Huntingdonshire Regional College

 

The tech perspective: IBM’s view on construction’s digital challenge

Paul Surin, global lead for BIM and digital construction, IBM

 

Lunch

 

Afternoon

 

The Digital Twin: Linking BIM to the Internet of Things

Richard Saxon, associate director, Deploi BIM Strategies

 

Discussion: Digital records post Hackitt – the ‘golden thread’

Jack Ostrofsky, head of design and technical, Peabody

Scott Sanderson, partner – technical & BIM, PRP Architects

Andrew Pryke, managing director, BAM Design

George Stevenson, founder and managing director, ActivePlan

Anne-Marie Friel, partner and digital specialist, Pinsent Masons

 

Unlocking construction’s digital future: A skills plan for the industry

Steve Radley, policy director, CITB

 

Product data: The foundations of a digital built Britain

Alex Small, BIM and digital platforms manager, Tata Steel

 

Automated construction and Platform DfMA

Jaimie Johnston, head of global systems, Bryden Wood

 

Using BIM and asset data to drive operational efficiencies

Andy Smith, partner and senior manager, John Lewis Partnership Property & Development

Event programme

Morning

How digital technology can transform the built environment sector: Progress to date, obstacles and opportunities

The Core Innovation Hub: Helping the industry harness new technologies

The architectural digital perspective: BIM Level 2 adoption, challenges and benefits

The government view on construction’s digital progress – and next steps

Discussion: What digital service offering do customers want from their constructors?

Moving towards DfMA: How digital is transforming reinforced concrete design

The tech perspective: IBM’s view on construction’s digital challenge

Lunch

Afternoon

The Digital Twin: Linking BIM to the Internet of Things

Discussion: Digital records post Hackitt – the ‘golden thread’

Unlocking construction’s digital future: A skills plan for the industry

Product data: The foundations of a digital built Britain

Automated construction and Platform DfMA

Digital construction from a client perspective: Using technology to support operational efficiencies

Close

The Digital Construction Summit takes place on 15 May 2019, from 830am to 5pm, at: Pinsent Masons Auditorium, 30 Crown Place, London EC2A 4ES.

For further information and to enquire about the 2020 event, please contact Eva Rugeley: [email protected] or 020 7490 5595

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