02-04 March 2021 / ExCeL, London
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Event News & Product Innovators

Event News & Product Innovators

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  • Join Pavlina Nikolova of MagiCAD Group on 3rd of March on the Futurebuild Impact Stage as she uncovers the next big productivity unlock for the construction industry.
  • With approximately 40% of the UK’s carbon emissions attributable to the built environment, our industry represents a huge slice of the pie when it comes to driving down emissions.
  • This talk will explore success stories made possible by the adoption of BIM and collaborative teamwork on live projects. Different aspects and perspectives will be explored, ranging from design team, contractor and client.
  • Against a backdrop of climate crisis, figures released by the World Green Business Council last year state that ‘together, building and construction are responsible for 39% of all carbon emissions in the world’.
  • The built environment is at a critical point where decisive action is needed to tackle the biggest issues facing industry. Against this backdrop Futurebuild has announced its Keynote Stages programme for the 2020 event which will offer solutions to the following challenges covering Buildings, Interiors, Energy, Critical Infrastructure, Resourceful Materials and Offsite.
  • As the need for more sustainable solutions in both new and retrofit projects increases, Futurebuild has announced an exclusive new partnership with standards organisation, MCS, to deliver a dedicated platform for installers to gain cutting edge education and access practical solutions that will help them thrive.
  • Futurebuild attendees are at the very centre of everything we do as an event. They guide our overarching vision, they shape the event experience and, of course, they are decision-makers and opinion-shapers that will drive forward the future of the industry.
  • Where did 2019 go you may be asking yourself. Yes, it’s been just over twelve months since the first two documents within the ISO 19650 series were published - with two more to follow later this year. But what have we learnt? Have they lived up to the hype? Does anyone really care?
  • We have had the technology for a while now, and we have been finetuning our processes, and the truth is that we will only arrive in the Future of the Built environment by wholeheartedly adopting BIM.
  • The big idea is the 'National Digital Twin' (NDT): not one massive model of everything, but an ecosystem of connected digital twins for economic infrastructure and the wider built environment.
  • Commodify or Bye is a play on the now industry famous Modernise or Die report of Mark Farmer in 2016 and provides some insight and thoughts into UK strategy and policy as well as some options as a route to navigating through industry transformation.
  • Prior to joining briq.works last year Vicki Goodin worked in travel technology for many years and has a good insight in to the impact the adoption of purpose built technology can have on an industry.

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