07 - 09 March 2023 | ExCeL, London

07 - 09 March 2023
ExCeL, London

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10:15 - 11.00

Inspiring action: what actions we need to take to build a better world

During this panel discussion we will demonstrate how design can change the way we think, how it allows for better placemaking and the creation of some amazing spaces. Using this knowledge, we have a responsibility to build a better world. Creating buildings that not only look good, but do good!

Chair: Kevin Crawford President, CIAT
Speaker: Jennifer Hardi Programme Director, London South Bank University
Speaker: Niall Healy Managing Director, HealyCornelius
Speaker: Tom Gray Senior Architectural Technologist, Robert Shreeve Associates


11:15 - 12:00

How do we build high-efficient, low-carbon cities

We want a net zero emissions construction industry, is the mission of Zero Construct, an independent and pioneering industry group of construction professionals with collective experience in practical solutions that deliver real change. And it’s this experience they wish to share with the industry to encourage others to support in the pursuit of their mission.

Chair: Johnathan Munkley, Technical Director, WSP
Speaker: Kathleen Mcleod, Digital Construction Consultant, WSP
Speaker: Jade Cohen, Co-founder & CEO, Qualis Flow
Speaker: Michael Trousdell, Director, WSP


12:15 - 13:00

Proven methods for improving performance in the digital built environment

This session chaired by Constructing Excellence looks at the practical implementation of digital technologies and the tangible benefits to be realised.

Chair: Alison Nicholl, Head of Constructing Excellent, BRE
Speaker: Simon Cross, Director, Cast Consultancy
Speaker: Louise Lado-Byrnes, Director, IP Initiatives
Speaker: James Lee Burgess, Founder & CEO, Urban XR


13:15 - 14:00

The social housing challenge and how digital twins are presenting new solutions

Most public sector housing providers maintain a plethora of data sets, often arising from contractor supply chains, external consultants and other advisors. Additionally, various different stakeholders will feed information into this framework, including information from 3D models, which may be derived from laser scans. Therefore, it is critical that a prudent data taxonomy is established early on in the process.

Speaker: Bola Abisogun OBE FRICS, Founder and Executive Director, Urbanis


14:15 - 15:00

Beyond the crisis - Hard coding a point of change

For all the upheaval and damage that’s been created through COVID, the one thing we can be certain of, is that the costs of this crisis are high, way too high to go to waste. It is important we put forward that which we have learned over the past 2 years, to help address issues centred around: society, sustainability, connectivity, environment and technology along with the unintended consequences that have impacted the Design & Construction Industry.

Speaker: Ben Haldin, Founder, Fulcro


15:15 - 16.00

How connected construction can unlock a new wave of progress for the industry

Technologies have the potential to transform this industry and help imagine, create and build the spaces, and places we need to live, learn and work. Specifically, connected construction technology could enhance how we deliver construction and infrastructure projects, driving down costs and improve overall project delivery. In this talk, Tom will explore the opportunities of connected construction and how it can unlock significant savings across construction projects.

Speaker: Tom Young, Director, MagiCAD Group Ltd


16:15 - 17:00

Smart City development through innovation and partnerships

Women in BIM is a global organisation leading the charge in innovative partnerships to accelerate the adoption of smart technology in major cities around the world. As the rise of the Smart City agenda increases and cities begin to investigate the policies and principles behind it, forward-thinking businesses continue to populate the Smart City landscape. These agile companies focus on technology and are committed to developing solutions to support how a Smart City will function and be used in the future.

Chair: Vicki Reynolds, Cheif Technology Officer, i3PT
Speaker: Emilia Cardamone, Programme Manager - Digital Construction, BSI
Speaker: Mark Enzer, Chief Technology Officer, Mott MacDonald and Digital Director at Centre for Digital Built Britain
Speaker: Ashley Murray, Digital Programme Lead, McLaren


Vicki Reynolds BW

17:15 - 18:00

Meet the ConTech - networking with complimentary drinks

We present a networking session with five founders of construction technology start-ups, hosted by the C-Tech Club (which is a networking group for founders and CEOs). Each will share their own start-up experience, then there will be the opportunity to meet them over a drink to explore what they do and how they may be able to help.

Chair: John Priestland, Director, MagiCAD Group Ltd
Speaker: Raphael Scheps, Co-Founder and CEO at Coverge
Speaker: Sarah Crawley, Co-Founder at InnDex
Speaker: Hussain Hilli, Co-Founder at Skrap
Speaker: Altaf Ganihar, Founder, Snaptude



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