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19-20 OCTOBER 2021

THE KEY VIRTUAL EVENT FOR DIGITAL DECISION-MAKERS IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

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ABOUT

 DIGITAL CONSTRUCTION SUMMIT

The Digital Construction Summit 2021, the key annual event for digital decision-makers in the built environment sector, took place on 19-20 October.

The Summit ran as a virtual event, with nearly 1,000 construction professionals registering for the three webinars.

 

The Summit included presentations from industry-leading digital professionals,

panel discussions, Q&As and audience interaction. You can view the webinar sessions by clicking on the links in the Programme section below.

 

Partners for the Digital Construction Summit 2021 were: 

the Chartered Institute of Building, Revizto, Trimble ViewpointConstruction Manager and BIMplus.

To become a Digital Construction Summit 2022 partner, please contact:

Dave Smith on 07703 532605 or at dave@atompublishing.co.uk 

Tom Peardon on 07393 315250 or at tom@atompublishing.co.uk

 

 

 

What they said about the Digital Construction Summit

“I thought it flowed very well, and many, many powerful points were made.”

Gordon Crick

HSE

“The webinars were really well done and extremely informative.”

Edward Carolan

Lindford Consulting

“Overall, a great session on a very topical industry subject! Thank you for organising.”

 

Paul Daynes

Atvero

PROGRAMME & SPEAKERS
 


19 October 10.30-noon
10 years of BIM - the lessons learned and the next steps

 WATCH THIS SESSION AGAIN 

A decade on from the launch of the Government Construction Strategy that mandated BIM, we look at how the technology has developed in the industry with the people who have shaped it – plus we ask what the next 10 years will hold. The topics will include:
• A look back at the hopes and expectations for BIM 10 years ago.
• Who have been the fastest adopters and which sectors have seen the most progress?
• The perceived barriers, such as interoperability, esoteric jargon, investment in software, sceptical clients.
• The role of standards and guidance in shaping construction’s digital journey, past and future.
• How BIM will evolve in future – climate change, whole life cycle concerns, data and digital twins.

 

Speakers:

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

 WATCH THIS SESSION AGAIN 

19 October 14.30-15.30

The future of site inspections now

In association with Trimble Viewpoint

 WATCH THIS SESSION AGAIN 

Whether tracking progress, carrying out quality assurance checks, or investigating defects, there are efficiency gains to be made by the deployment of mobile technology and remote technology to handle these tasks. This session looks at both.
The University of Strathclyde will reveal the results of the first phase of its project for the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre that proposes a framework for integration of methodologies and tools, including VR and digital photogrammetry, to collect real-time data that supports automated decision-making.
Trimble Viewpoint will reveal the latest developments to its Field View mobile solution that replaces pen and paper in the field.

Speakers:

Andrew Agapiou, senior lecturer in architecture, University of Strathcylde
Ben Wallbank, BIM strategy & partnerships manager, Trimble Viewpoint

 WATCH THIS SESSION AGAIN 

20 October 10.30-11.30
Enhancing communication and collaboration with technology

In association with Revizto

 WATCH THIS SESSION AGAIN 

Using technology to enhance communication and collaboration not just between site and office but also between different parties in a project team is a choice that built environment professionals can ill-afford to ignore. Are you making the most of it? Our speakers from Kier and Revizto will share their best practice.

Speakers:

Rhys Lewis, director, Revizto
Lewis Guy, VDC implementation manager, Revizto

Jonathan Walters, senior BIM coordinator, Kier Group

Russell Baker, senior BIM manager, Kier (Western & Wales)

More speakers to be announced

 WATCH THIS SESSION AGAIN 

Speakers' biographies

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Mark Enzer OBE, chief technology officer, Mott MacDonald; head of the National Digital Twin Programme at the Centre for Digital Built Britain

Mark is a champion of innovation in the context of collaborative delivery models, including digital transformation, smart Infrastructure, low-carbon sustainable solutions, platform-based delivery and design for manufacture and assembly. He is Mott MacDonald’s chief technical officer, chair of the Centre for Digital Built Britain’s Digital Framework Task Group and leads the National Digital Twin Programme. He was awarded the OBE in 2020 for services to national infrastructure. Mark was the digital transformation workstream lead on Project 13 for the infrastructure client group, and the lead author of the Infrastructure Carbon Review, published by HM Treasury.

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David Philp, impact director, Construction Innovation Hub; chair, Chartered Institute of Building Digital Special Interest Group; director - digital strategy and innovation, Aecom

David is director of digital strategy and innovation at Aecom, as well as being part of the Construction Innovation Hub team. He is passionate about the potential of digital technologies and how they can bring added value to customers and unlock new ways of working throughout the entire life-cycle. He has completed the Virtual Design and Construct course at Stanford University, California, is a professor at Glasgow Caledonian University and chairs the CIOB Digital Technologies and Asset Management Special Interest Group.

@ThePhilpster

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John Ford, BIM and digital delivery lead, Galliford Try Construction

John leads business development around digital information management & modelling across Galliford Try. He is also actively involved in buildingSmart International, acting as a member of the COBie Certification Advisory Board and an expert consultant for Facility Management Handover - Equipment Maintenance MVD Development. Furthermore he is also involved with BSI as an author of various standards. He regularly contributes thought-provoking pieces to BIMplus.

@for59j54

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Dr Anne Kemp OBE, technical director, Atkins; chair, UK BIM Alliance

Anne is technical director and a fellow of BIM, geospatial and digital engineering, providing thought leadership to Atkins and the industry. She is chair of the UK BIM Alliance and buildingSMART UKI, and convenor of international and UK standards for BIM (ISO19650 and the PAS 1192 series). She is also a member of the management advisory board for the Centre for Digital Built Britain. She was awarded the OBE in 2019 for her significant contribution to the UK’s programme to deliver a smart digital economy for the built environment.

@ACKEMPO

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Paul Morrell, former chief construction advisor, co-chair of the review of construction product testing

After 38 years at Davis Langdon, Paul was appointed the government's chief construction advisor in 2009 and instigated the Government Construction Strategy, published in May 2011. The strategy echoed the earlier Latham and Egan Reports, and told the sector to work more collaboratively and to use information technology – notably BIM – to support the design, construction and long-term operation and maintenance of its built assets. As a result BIM was made mandatory for all centrally-procured public sector construction projects from 2016. He was the author of Collaborating for Change, an April 2015 report published by the Edge Commission on the future of professionalism among the built environment institutions. In October 2016, he was appointed to lead a review of industrial training boards, with the future of the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) central to the review. And in April 2021, Morrell was appointed to chair an independent review of current systems for testing construction products.

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Andrew Agapiou, senior lecturer in architecture, University of Strathclyde

Andrew's work focusses on physical-digital design, and he has a track record of over 80 publications encompassing digital interaction and simulation gaming technologies. He has led several research projects combining integrated Architecture-Engineering-Construction Interfaces and ICT collaborative technologies. Andrew is currently PI for a Construction Scotland Innovation Centre-funded project involving the development of an online building defect identification platform, combining image processing, VR and BIM technologies.

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Russell Baker, senior BIM manager, Kier Construction Western & Wales

Russell Baker is a senior BIM manager at Kier Construction Western & Wales. He has been on the BIM journey a very long time, and starting to get the grey hair to prove it. With over 39 years working in the construction industry, he has a wealth of technical knowledge spanning many different roles, qualified as an architectural technician, and then progressing into CAD/BIM management, and IT management and IT support. He is responsible for managing change within a business that has adopted BIM, and implementing industry standards, and improving collaboration with its supply chain.

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Jonathan Walters, senior BIM coordinator, Kier Construction Western & Wales

Jonathan Walters is a Senior BIM Coordinators at Kier Construction Western & Wales. He has worked in the construction industry for over 18 years. He started his journey as an apprentice carpenter when he was 16 then found himself applying for an Architectural technologist course at the age of 24. As an Architectural technologist, he started his BIM journey. He is responsible for the delivery and dissemination of clash detection/issue reports while managing clash issue reporting process and ensure participants are contributing. He also supports design and construction team members with BIM/modelling related issues..

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Rhys Lewis, director, Revizto; chair, UK BIM Alliance Wales

Rhys Lewis is a director at Revizto and also the chair of the UK BIM Alliance Wales community. He has spent the last 15 years in the construction technology space, encouraging and helping the industry to create better experiences in design, construction and facilities management. A unique career that spans across both vendor and end-user has enabled Rhys to fully understand the core challenges the industry faces and then deliver innovative technology that directly addresses these pain points. Rhys is passionate about empowering project teams with solutions and ideas to improve collaboration.

@RhysLewis_BIM

SPONSORS

To become a Digital Construction Summit 2022 partner, please contact:

Dave Smith on 07703 532 605

dave@atompublishing.co.uk

Tom Peardon on 0203 8651030 or

07393 315250

tom@atompublishing.co.uk

Typical delegate job roles

BIM Director | Head of Digital | Head of Innovation | Head of Knowledge Sharing | Chief Executive | Digital Engineering Director | Construction Director | Design Director | Engineering Information Director | Managing Director | Technical Director | Project Director | Partner | Property Director | Development Director | Directorate of Estates and Facilities | Facilities Director

General enquiries

Eva Rugeley 020 7490 5595

eva@atompublishing.co.uk

 

The Digital Construction Summit is organised by Atom Media Partners Limited, publisher of Construction Manager, BIMplus and Global Construction Review.

CONTACT

PREVIOUS SUMMITS

The programme for the 2020 Summit.

Putting digital at the heart of the built environment’s recovery

In association with Buildots

 

- Accelerating digital adoption as construction emerges from the covid-19 crisis

- Modernising the sector through digital and manufacturing technologies

- Promoting better information management and secure, resilient data-sharing

- The digital twin: emerging examples in the UK built environment 

- The role of the national digital twin and the ‘Gemini Principles’

Speakers:

Mark Enzer, digital director, Centre for Digital Built Britain; leader of the National Digital Twin Programme;
chief technology officer, Mott MacDonald

David Philp, impact director, Construction Innovation Hub; chair of the CIOB Digital Special Interest Group;

global BIM/IM consultancy director, Aecom

Fiona Moore, information management consultant, Centre for Digital Built Britain

Aviv Leibovici, chief product officer and co-founder of Buildots

 WATCH THIS SESSION 

Common data environments and interoperability

In association with Egnyte 

- Using common data environments (CDEs) to help project teams improve collaboration

- How CDEs bring together digital models and critical information together in real-time

- Using common standards, designs and definitions to help project stakeholders work together

- Interoperability solutions to allow different design and file formats to be accessed across different platforms

- Accessibility in low bandwidth and working with large files in the cloud

- Key Cloud security: how safe is your data?

- IT costs: affordable or exorbitant?

Speakers:

Tim Johnson, director of product marketing, Egnyte

Carole Filion, senior product marketing manager for construction, Egnyte

 WATCH THIS SESIION 

 

The power of data and its potential for construction

In association with Atvero

- Challenges integrating disparate information sources

- Connected data environments

- Sharepoint and cloud-based data management

- A standards-based approach to information management (focusing on ISO 19650)

- Security and data structure

Speakers:

Dr Jennifer MacDonald, senior BIM consultant, PCSG

Andy Hudson, director, Chapman Taylor Architects

Liam Southwood, customer support and services director, Atvero

Michael Hudson, associate director, Turner & Townsend

 WATCH THIS SESSION 

 

Communicating digital solutions to site teams effectively

In association with PlanRadar

- Keeping all project stakeholders connected, from site to boardroom, on a single platform

- Breaking down silos across the built environment professions

- Using digital tools to establish consistent workflows and engage with the supply chain

- Making use of apps on smartphones and tablets to keep up to date with the latest project information

- The power of visualisation tools: enhancing the design; engaging with stakeholders; helping site workers check progress

Speakers:

Andrew Gamblen, digital manager, Willmott Dixon

Nick Marsh, country manager UK, PlanRadar

Anthony Shaw, aftercare manager, WRW Construction

 WATCH THIS SESSION 

 

The Building Safety Bill: digital’s role in the looming legislation

In association with i3pt

- Hackitt, the Government’s response, and the digital implications of the Building Safety Bill

- Impact of the new legislation on existing digital protocols

- Improving construction quality through tracking work digitally

- Surveying and modelling of existing buildings: use of laser scans and other digital tech

- The key data that constructors should provide to clients and FM operators

Speakers:

Neil Thompson, programme lead, Construction Innovation Hub, and director of digital construction, Atkins

Matthew Lewis, senior technical manager (fire projects), Clarion Housing Group

Vicki Reynolds, head of digital, i3PT Certification

Paul Nash, chair, CIOB Quality Commission

 WATCH THIS SESSION 

Improving health and safety management with digital tools and data

- The Health & Safety Executive perspective on using digital tools to improve construction safety.

- Challenges of organising complex and disorganised construction health and safety information.

- How 3D Repo’s integrated health and safety management tool, SafetiBase, works.

- Using SafetiBase to identify and mark up health and safety issues and potential hazards in 3D models.

- Improving management and structuring of health and safety data.

- Health and safety management using the BIM standard PAS 1192-6, in conjunction with SafetiBase.

Speakers:

Gordon Crick, health and safety inspector, Health & Safety Executive

Zane Ulhaq, digital engineering manager, Atkins

Bogdan Davydov, customer success manager and BIM specialist, 3D Repo

Dr William Collinge, programme director (construction project management) at MACE University of Manchester

 WATCH THIS SESSION 

Creating a ‘golden thread’ of digital documentation to improve project efficiency, safety and client relationship

- How this ‘golden thread’ could transform efficiency of major projects

- Increased transparency and its impact on client relationships

- Keeping projects on track during covid-19

- Case study: how Oculo helped Ringway Jacobs deliver a complex fire protection project

- Using the ‘streetview’ interface to record site progress, carry out inspections and drive collaboration

- How Oculo’s hard-hat cameras and AI can provide a ‘single source of truth’ on any site

Speakers:

Chris Goodacre, contract director, Ringway Jacobs

Wojtek Szymczak, co-founder and COO, Oculo

Trevor Hardy, principal engineering leader, Transport for London

 WATCH THIS SESSION 

 

Each webinar runs for at least an hour and features a minimum of three presentations and Q&A sessions.

Summit speakers 2020

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Mark Enzer, digital director, Centre for Digital Built Britain; leader of the National Digital Twin Programme; chief technology officer, Mott MacDonald

Mark is a champion of innovation in the context of collaborative delivery models, including digital transformation, smart Infrastructure, low-carbon sustainable solutions, platform-based delivery and design for manufacture and assembly. He is Mott MacDonald’s chief technical officer, chair of the Centre for Digital Built Britain’s Digital Framework Task Group and leads the National Digital Twin Programme. Mark was the digital transformation workstream lead on Project 13 for the infrastructure client group, and the lead author of the Infrastructure Carbon Review, published by HM Treasury.

@enzer_mark

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David Philp, impact director, Construction Innovation Hub; chair, Chartered Institute of Building Digital Special Interest Group; global BIM/IM consultancy director, Aecom

David is director of BIM for the EMEA and India regions at Aecom, as well as being part of the Construction Innovation Hub team. He is passionate about the potential of digital technologies and how they can bring added value to customers and unlock new ways of working throughout the entire life-cycle. He has completed the Virtual Design and Construct course at Stanford University, California, is a professor at Glasgow Caledonian University and chairs the CIOB Digital Technologies and Asset Management Special Interest Group.

@ThePhilpster

Dr Jennifer MacDonald, senior BIM consultant, PCSG

Jennifer is an expert in digital technologies, collaborative teamwork practices and innovation in construction. She has worked in the UK and Australia to improve the performance of the industry through harnessing new technologies in an efficient, strategic manner, in both academia and industry. She specialises in BIM, smart cities, digital engineering, emerging technologies in construction, and data and information management, and has worked with organisations including Transport for London and the Roads Liaison Group.

@JenniferMac80

Andy Hudson, director, Chapman Taylor Architects

Andy Hudson joined Chapman Taylor in 2000, became a director in 2008 and relocated to the practice’s Shanghai studio in 2010, where he successfully contributed to the expansion and growth of the Chinese business. Returning to London in 2014, he now sits on the UK board.  Andy is responsible for the group’s BIM/CAD and information management strategies and continuous improvement initiatives. With a wealth of international design experience and technical knowledge, he has delivered major retail and mixed-use developments in the UK, Eastern Europe and China.

@Chapman_Taylor 

Liam Southwood, customer support and services director, Atvero

Liam is a former modelmaker who went on to study architecture and started Nittygritty with Lee Briscoe in 2003. Since then, he has delivered a unique combination of IT enablement and BIM services for clients. A regular attendee of Autodesk University and speaker at BIM events around London, he is strategy director at Nittygritty and is a subject matter expert in BIM adoption, encompassing a wide range of digital technologies for successful projects. Liam is also in charge of Atvero’s product management, engaging regularly with the technical group of the UK BIM alliance, making sure that the product is aligned with today’s industry needs and tomorrow’s information management ambitions.

@atveropim

Aviv Leibovici, chief product officer and co-founder of Buildots

Aviv is co founder and CPO of Buildots, a company that uses an AI-based approach to solve the biggest challenges in construction management. Aviv comes from a background of data-heavy cyber security systems and leads the company's product development and the relationship with the UK construction industry.

@buildots

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Andrew Gamblen, digital manager, Willmott Dixon UK BIM Alliance Ambassador

Andrew has been a driver of Willmott Dixon’s digital construction strategy since joining the business five years ago. A structural engineer and designer by background, he is passionate about implementing new technology and helping site teams use digital tools to transform project delivery. Andrew has been responsible for introducing augmented reality on Willmott Dixon sites and smartphone apps allowing site workers to check progress against 3D models. He also works for Sunesis, Willmott Dixon’s platforms-based, standardised school-building system. Andrew is a regular speaker at leading construction digital events and an ambassador for the UK BIM Alliance.

@WillmottDixon 

Nick Marsh, country manager UK, PlanRadar

Nick joined PlanRadar in 2019 to lead the expansion into the UK market. Over 15 years of experience working with large, high growth international organisations have enabled Nick and his team to connect PlanRadar to project and site managers right across the UK. He has extensive experience in technology-centric businesses and is well-versed in the transformation of many industries to a digital future.

@PlanRadar

Anthony Shaw, aftercare manager, WRW Construction

Anthony is an experienced project manager now turned aftercare manager at WRW Construction. His project management expertise is enhanced by the time he spent as a tradesman and site manager, giving him unique insights into the needs of diverse site teams. He is a vocal advocate for digital solutions on construction sites.

@WRWConstruction

Neil Thompson, programme lead, Construction Innovation Hub, and director of digital construction, Atkins

Neil’s role at SNC Lavalin Group involves identifying and sharing digital innovation, creating new business opportunities and service lines, and encouraging cultural shift across the organisation. Using his background as a construction manager, engineer and economist, he is working to redefine business models, harness robotics and apply digitally driven engineering. Neil is involved with several built environment digital groups, including the Construction Innovation Hub and Centre for Digital Built Britain, he has an MSc in Construction Economics and is an honorary researcher at the Bartlett, University College London.

@Neil_BIM

Matthew Lewis, senior technical manager (fire projects), Clarion Housing Group

Matthew has been central to the digital strategy of the fire projects team at Clarion Housing Group, the UK’s largest housing association, in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Clarion, which manages 125,000 properties nationwide, decided to implement a robust and comprehensive 3D modelling and data management strategy for its housing stock, to help create the fire safety case reviews required by the Hackitt report. Matthew has an excellent understanding of the asset information capture process, which has involved use of laser scanners on Clarion’s stock, creating 3D models, plus building and managing an asset database.

@Clarion_Group

Vicki Reynolds, head of digital, i3PT Certification

Head of digital for i3PT and CertCentral, Vicki is responsible for digital strategy, product development and industry engagement. Previously she has worked in information management, BIM management and digital construction across a number of high-profile construction projects, collaborating with all types of stakeholder to deliver digital solutions, implement new technology, and upskill individuals and organisations. She is an active member of the BIM and digital construction community both locally and globally, holding the roles of global vice chair for Women in BIM, and ambassador for the UK BIM Alliance. Most recently Vicki has been leading a research project for the CIOB and i3PT into industry capability and capacity to deliver a digital golden thread of information.

@Vicki_Digital

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Paul Nash, chair, CIOB Quality Commission

A formerly Turner & Townsend director who now runs his own consultancy, Paul was president of the Chartered Institute of Building in 2016/17 and became chair of the CIOB Quality Commission which was set up in the wake of the Edinburgh schools collapse. A member of the Industry Safety Steering Group, chaired by Dame Judith Hackitt, he has been a leading advocate of using digital technology to improve quality management in the built environment, before and since the Grenfell Tower fire, and authored the recently-published CIOB Construction Quality Code of Practice. Paul has worked for some of the construction industry’s leading contractors and consultants, and has advised property owners, developers and funds in the UK and internationally. 

@TheCIOB

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Bogdan Davydov, customer success manager and BIM specialist, 3D Repo

Bogdan has a background in architecture but he has worked with a variety of design and construction professionals on projects, using 3D modelling and other digital tools. His career includes spells with architect Sheppard Robson and engineer Buro Hapoold working on projects including the Wembley masterplan and Battersea Power Station. With this experience, he has been a key member of 3D Repo’s team, working with clients on the implementation of SafetiBase.

@3DRepo

Gordon Crick, health and safety inspector, Health & Safety Executive

Gordon joined the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) in 1992, after running his own small contractor business, as one of HM Inspectors of health and safety in Essex.  Since 2004, he has been working in the construction sector and most recently has taken a lead for the HSE on embedding CDM 2015 in BIM and adoption of digital technology in design and construction. Gordon chairs the BIM 4 Health & Safety Working Group.

Zane Ulhaq, digital engineering manager, Atkins

Zane is a contributor to many industry-wide digital initiatives, including the SafetiBase health and safety management tool. A data analyst, change consultant and chartered engineer by background, he has a passion for how data can provide insights to positively influence behaviours in the construction sector and society. Zane has been part of the BIM 2050 group, buildingSMART UKI and Int, the Future Leaders Group within the Infrastructure Client Group, Approach Stream Delivery Lead for the National Digital Twin programme at the Centre for Digital Built Britain, as well as leading a team at Atkins on implementation of new technologies, processes and practices on projects.

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Dr William Collinge, programme director (construction project management) and lecturer in project management at MACE University of Manchester

As well as designing and delivering courses at MACE, William is principal investigator on the BIM Health and Safety Risk Library project, working in association with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the Thomas Ashton Institute.  This project aims to conceptualise, develop and prototype a new digital tool for the BIM environment to improve construction project health and safety design and delivery work.

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Chris Goodacre, contract director, Ringway Jacobs

Chris has over 25 years of industry experience, delivering many complex infrastructure and building projects, primarily in the London region. His work in the capital was recognised by a Transport for London partnership award earlier this year and he has increasingly looked to embrace digital innovation to help project delivery.

Wojtek Szymczak, co-founder and COO, Oculo

Wojtek’s background is in management consulting, developing strategies and growth plans for FTSE250 companies, before he joined a healthcare technology business where he helped develop AI-based cancer detection software. He then became co-founder of Oculo, which uses state of the art AI technology to enable remote collaboration on construction sites for all project stakeholders.

You can watch the sessions from the 2019 Digital Construction Summit by clicking on the films below, or look at the programme and download the presentations by visiting: http://www.constructionmanagermagazine.com/news/dcs-white-paper-download/