London, United Kingdom
Thursday, 24th May
07:00 - 08:00 EDT -0400
Join the debate and share your dream vision on twitter with #whatifconstruction
In this webinar debate, Autodesk is partnering with the CIOB to explore some of the fundamental questions about the future of construction in a digital world. In doing so, we will start to form a vision for that future and address the major opportunities and challenges that digital will present to construction and its people.
- Construction productivity and predictability equalled that of manufacturing?
- All assets in our built environment were digitally ‘lit-up’ and connected?
- Barriers to competing globally and between markets were dissolved?
- A new approach could improve margins for the construction industry?
The digital journey has begun, but where are we going? Let’s see what we can imagine.
Attend this webinar to:
- Start imagining the opportunities of digital transformation for construction
- Hear industry experts’ vision for the construction industry of the future and its people
- Redefine what success looks like for your company and the industry as a whole – from increased margins to stronger competition
- Begin to relate this to what it means for your individual career
Who should attend:
Director or manager or practitioner - anyone in construction responsible for strategy, operations, projects, business development functions, including preconstruction bidding, planning, design co-ordination, or project management on site.
- Chair: Charles Egbu, Vice-President CIOB
- Matt Gough, Director of Innovation, Mace
- Annette O'Connor, Managing Director, West Gate Maintenance
- Dominic Thasarathar, Industry Strategist for Construction, Autodesk
Join the debate and share your dream vision online or suggest a question you would like the panel to address, using the hashtag #whatifconstruction
Don't miss out - register for our webinar debate now!
If you register but can’t attend our live session, we’ll provide a recording.
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