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

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01 ABOUT

Digital Construction Summit

What they said about last year’s Digital Construction Summit

“Really enjoyed the event.”

Jaimie Johnston,

director and head of global systems

Bryden Wood

“Great to work with a professional production.”

Andy Smith, partner & senior manager,
John Lewis Partnership

“A worthwhile event,
and well attended.”

 

Mac Muzvimwe,

BIM & digital transformation lead, Arcadis

02 PROGRAMME

10.30, 29 September 2020

The power of data and its potential for construction

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

Interoperability and common data environments: integrating disparate information sources

Using real-time time data to optimise project performance

Security, blockchain and data structure

Smart sensors and the Internet of Things

Product data and its role in digital construction

The digital twin: using data to optimise digital asset management strategies

AI’s role in improving asset management data

14.30, 29 September 2020

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

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

Implementing the ‘golden thread’: using 3D models and databases to manage asset information

How the three-stage gateway approval process works

Impact of the new legislation on existing digital protocols, such as Soft Landings

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

Improving construction quality through tracking work digitally

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

Liabilities construction companies potentially face through non-compliance or poor practice

Using contracts to incentivise different players in the supply chain to share data

 

REGISTRATION FOR THIS SESSION WILL OPEN SHORTLY

10.30, 30 September 2020

Offsite, MMC and platform DfMA: how digital is an enabler

Findings from the government’s consultation on a platform approach to design for manufacture and assembly (P-DfMA)

Increasing efficiency and accuracy using digital design and engineering

Improving quality on offsite projects with factory QA processes

Productivity gains from increasing standardisation of components with P-DfMA

Use of VR and AR to aid client understanding

Introducing automation and robotics in factory processes

Installing smart sensors in modules and components

Digital modelling, data management and how handover to client’s FM team is managed

 

REGISTRATION FOR THIS SESSION WILL OPEN SHORTLY

 

14.30, 30 September 2020

Connecting the site: digital collaboration across the project team

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

Using digital tools to break down silos across the built environment professions

Accessing project management tools 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

Use of real-time time data analytics to boost project productivity

Common data environments and interoperability  

Addressing the digital skills shortfall: upskilling site staff with BIM and digital tools

 

Each session will run for a minimum of an hour with approximately three speakers followed by Q&A and discussion.

Attendees can register for our sessions using the links below:

10.30, 29 September 2020

The power of data and its potential for construction

 REGISTER NOW 

 

14.30, 29 September 2020

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

REGISTRATION FOR THIS SESSION WILL OPEN SHORTLY

 

10.30, 30 September 2020

Offsite, MMC and platform DfMA: how digital is an enabler

REGISTRATION FOR THIS SESSION WILL OPEN SHORTLY

 

14.30, 30 September 2020

Connecting the site: digital collaboration across the project team

 REGISTER NOW 

 

Each session will run for a minimum of an hour with approximately three speakers followed by Q&A and discussion.

05 SPONSORSHIP

Partners for the Digital Construction Summit 2020 are the Chartered Institute of Building, Construction Manager and BIMplus.

DCS 2020 offers an opportunity to reach senior executives from the leading brands in the industry: construction professionals, major clients, contractors, architects and digital experts whose passion is to deliver a truly digital built environment.

 

Typical delegate companies*

Balfour Beatty, Skanska, Laing O’Rourke, Mace, Murphy Group, Wates, Multiplex, Lendlease, Derwent, 

Clarion Housing Group, BAM, Peabody Trust, AWE, Atkins, Aecom, Arcadis, Cartwright Pickard, PRP Architects, Wilkinson Eyre, Buro Happold, PCSG, BDP, WT Partnership, HOK, Glancy Nicholls, Elliott Wood, Scott Brownrigg, Wood Group, WSP, Hoare Lea, Wienerberger, Kingpsan, Tata Steel

*Based on delegates at last year’s event

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

*Based on delegates at last year’s event

SPONSORSHIP PACK: To request your copy of the sponsorship pack please contact 

Dave Smith on 07703 532 605 I Tom Peardon on 0203 8651030 or 07393 315250

or  email dave@atompublishing.co.uk  tom@atompublishing.co.uk

 

 

For sponsorship

Dave Smith on 07703 532 605 I Tom Peardon on 07393 315250

or  email dave@atompublishing.co.uk  tom@atompublishing.co.uk

General enquiries

Eva Rugeley 020 7490 5595

eva@atompublishing.co.uk

 

The Digital Construction Summit is organised by Atom Media Partners Limited.

06 CONTACT

 
 
 
 
 

04 ATTENDEES

 

03 SPEAKERS

Details of speakers will be announced over the next few weeks.