Construction Productivity Conference

21st November 2019 until 21st November 2019

Productivity is an ongoing concern for the construction sector. The people, process and product conundrum that make up the sum of many parts influencing efficiencies are not showing any significant signs of improvement. Taking place on 21 November 2019 in London - the Construction Productivity Conference will gather together those who have the skills to define a road map to create a climate for change. With statistics finding only 64% of the hours worked deemed to be productive - the event will focus on new technologies, logistics, supply chains and materials management together with developing human resources to establish a workforce that is fit for the future.

Construction Productivity Conference will be split into three plenaries: Product, Process and People and is aimed at: developer clients, architects, engineers, contractors, government departments, councils, local authorities, local enterprise partnerships and building technology suppliers that are interested in finding ways of processing productivity within the construction sector.

Construction Productivity Conference is the 'must-attend' event if you are looking to address inefficiencies and poor productivity within the construction sector via up-skilling, use of AV/VR technology, IT department, training and new technology methods of construction - such as offsite methods.

To find out more or to book please visit the Construction Productivity Conference website.



Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
 
 


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