Registration now open for free-to-attend Construction Technology Summit 2022

By Mike HayesApril 06, 2022

Construction technology is rapidly advancing and staying on top of the trends and how they might affect how you do business going forward is key to success.

Attendance is free and registration is now open for the second major online technology summit from the global media outlet KHL, which will take place on April 21 at 10 a.m. EST.

Organized by International Construction and Construction Europe magazines, this year’s theme is digital construction in the real world and the event will look at how contractors are using advanced technology on projects, and what it takes to call yourself a digital contractor.

Speakers from technology firms and from construction will offer insights into return on investment, best practices and first steps into digitalization.

KHL will also deliver the top line results of its recent construction technology survey, which is soon to be released as a white paper.

Currently announced speakers are:

  • Paul Surin, IBM
  • Dr Marzia Bolpagni, Mace
  • Frank Weiss, Oracle
  • Britton Lawson, Veit and Company
  • Martin Ward, Mi Project Solutions

You can register to attend the event here.

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