Lucideon has announced a ‘Digital Construction Forum’ discussing the role that current and developing digital technologies will have on the construction industry. The forum will take place at the company’s Stoke-on-Trent headquarters on Thursday 16th June 2016.
The free-to-attend ‘Digital Construction Forum’ will provide delegates with the opportunity to learn about the latest initiatives and projects in the construction industry from developers through a variety of talks, presentations and a Q&A session.
Presentations will be hosted by BSI, Majenta Solutions, Bryden Wood and Buildoffsite.
The day will also offer the opportunity for further discussion and networking over lunch and will conclude with optional tours of Lucideon’s purpose-built construction laboratories.
Steve Newman, Product Manager, Lucideon, said: “The construction industry is at an exciting stage with emerging technologies that allow new methods and approaches to be utilised to meet industry demands.
Bringing industry leaders together to present their latest projects and technologies is a great way for everyone in the sector to share knowledge. We really want to encourage attendees to get involved and discuss the challenges and potential solutions affecting the construction industry today.”
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