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22nd October , 2024

Croke Park, Dublin

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2023 Speakers

2023 Sponsors

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2023 Agenda

Director of Build Digital, Head of School of Transport and Civil Engineering, Technological University Dublin (TUD)

The construction industry is at a critical juncture and needs to prioritise smart off-site manufacturing by leveraging Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) to provide the social, economic and productive infrastructure required to sustain economic growth and to attract foreign direct investment in Ireland. Some companies have adopted new technological processes and more advanced construction systems to deliver value to their client but this transformation needs to be adopted by all players.

This panel will discuss:

  • how industry and government must align to deliver the best outcomes for Ireland
  • driving deeper digital adoption
  • the key challenges and opportunities in driving frameworks for the delivery of Project Ireland 2040
  • current issues that need to be reviewed to overcome the challenges to achieve alignment of common goals
BIM Information Manager, Jones Engineering
Co-Founder and Managing Director, Lidan Designs
CEO, DCT Group

An insight into how Estonia is reinventing public services by developing an e-construction platform – a digital interaction environment to enable seamless data exchange throughout the building lifecycle. If the construction sector has so far been notoriously fragmented, then the e-construction platform connects planning, construction, and maintenance processes with digital twins and BIM to drive productivity growth, transparency, and innovation.

Programme Manager, e-Leap in Construction, Department of Construction & Housing, Ministry of Economic Affairs & Communications, Estonia

To ensure collaboration and co-ordination there is a need to provide the necessary digital tools, standards, approaches and training required by all across the sector, and in particular small and medium sized firms who may have yet to realise the full benefits of digital approaches and Modern Methods of Construction (MMC). Aligning digital standards provides a common language that can be translated to technical specifications enabling clients, designers, contractors, and facilities managers to communicate efficiently and reduce cost, rework and disputes.

Topics include:

  • ensuring that policy supports will deliver the best outcomes for integrators and clients
  • the importance of common rules, guidelines and workflows that facilitate improvement of information flow and information management across full asset lifecycles
  • why creating trust among stakeholders is essential to achieving the objectives
Principal Officer, Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment
CEO, National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI)


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