How construction technology is shaping projects and businesses now and in the next decade
Construction is changing – from the impact of digital construction to the growing emphasis on offsite techniques to driving productivity. From the top of government and major clients, there is a firm emphasis on modernising the industry. The sector is now responding, with a pervading focus on technical innovation to deliver better value and improve wafer thin profit margins.
ConTech is a new event from Construction News which will explain how digital and offsite construction, as well as smart equipment and materials are set to disrupt the construction industry. By attending you will develop your strategic business planning and operational knowledge to ensure you stay ahead in a highly competitive market and do business better at a project and corporate level.
Bringing together 150 attendees from clients, government and clients, this exciting event will give you insight into how cutting-edge technology will reshape the sector and how it is improving delivery of the most challenging projects.
major clients speaking
sessions packed with insight
Network with clients, contractors and consultants as we explore how construction technology will reshape the sector at both a project and corporate level.
ConTech is a one-day event for disrupters, innovators and early adopters from clients to tech providers to explore how digital and offsite construction, as well as smart equipment and materials are set to disrupt the construction industry
Why you should be involved:
Lead the conversation on how cutting-edge technology will reshape the sector at both a project and corporate level. Network with clients, contractors and consultants, who are ready to embrace advanced business models, methods and techniques.
Hear from industry leaders about what they are looking for from technology providers and how they want to be part of the solutions
Understand what project teams are seeking from tech companies, to improve the delivery of the most demanding projects
To discuss partnership opportunities, please contact Francis Barham on 020 3953 2912 or email firstname.lastname@example.org