Tech Hack CN Contech

4 December | The Brewery, London

Tech Hack

An exciting feature of ConTech is our Tech Hack, a half-day challenge where forward-thinking young professionals will shape a concept to drive site productivity and change, through technology.

Over the course of the day, mixed teams of professionals from across construction, will discuss the industry’s challenges, select an area to tackle and develop a technological solution to impact the industry’s productivity challenge. The ideas will then be pitched to judges at the end of the day, before a winner is chosen.

ConTech attendees are free to visit the teams during their discussions and attend the pitches, which begin during the afternoon break. Participation is limited to those applying and pre-selected by Construction News, as places are limited. 


Amanda Clack, executive director, CBRE

Fiona Spencer, director of project delivery profession, Infrastructure and Projects Authority

Senior representative, MTC


Who and why enter?

Have you got what it takes to develop and pitch an innovative idea in a day? We are seeking forward thinking young professionals working in construction to be involved in the Hack and be involved throughout the day. Whether you work in a project or digital role, for a client, contractor or consultant, this will be an excellent opportunity for you. Everything takes place on the 4 December at The Brewery London and the Hack is free to enter and attend.

What you can gain from the Hack:

  • The winners will be announced on stage at the conference on 4 December
  • Exposure for the winning team in Construction News
  • Engage with peers to deliberate and create an innovative concept
  • Development of skills such as team work, logical thinking, creativeness, presenting technical information, communication and leadership.

If you are interesting in being involved, or would like to recommend a colleague, please submit your entry through the website by Friday 8 November


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