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The key event for digital decision makers in the built environment


Following 2019’s successful inaugural event, the Digital Construction Summit 2020 will be held on 3 June 2020 at the America Square Conference Centre in the City of London.

The Digital Construction Summit 2020 will bring together government, clients, contractors, architects, consultants and suppliers, who will assess construction’s digital progress over the last 12 months,and examine the policies, trends and innovations that will shape the industry over the coming years.

The event will include presentations from industry-leading digital professionals, panel discussions,break-out sessions, and audience interaction, plus there will be exhibitor stands in the networking area showcasing cutting-edge technology.

Over 200 professionals from across the construction industry with responsibility for driving BIM and digital innovation in their organisations are expected to attend.

At our 2019 event, speakers came from the government’s Cabinet Office, clients including John Lewis Partnership, the Peabody Trust and the University of Birmingham, consultants and architects such as BDP, Aecom and Atkins, and major contractors including Skanska, Willmott Dixon and BAM.

Delegates came from organisations across the construction supply chain including Laing O’Rourke, , Murphy Group, HOK, Clarion Housing Group, WT Partnership, AWE, Glancy Nicholls, Wood, Wienerberger and Kingpsan.

There will be a similar calibre of speakers and delegates at the Digital Construction Summit 2020.

2020 Outline Programme

Programme highlights:

  • The Government view: Next steps on construction’s digital journey

  • Client digital strategies: What designers and builders must do differently

  • Tier 1 contractors: How digital tech is changing the business model

  • MMC and Platform DfMA: The role of BIM, data and automation

  • Hackitt’s ‘golden thread’: The digital approach to managing asset information

  • Demonstrable digital benefits: BIM projects with exceptional outcomes

  • Software solutions: Addressing standardisation and interoperability challenges

  • AI, robotics and automation: New machines for construction’s digital age

*Details of timings will be announced nearer the event

You can watch the sessions from last year’s Digital Construction Summit, look at last year’s programme and download the presentations here: DCS 2019 presentations or see the links below


The Digital Construction Summit 2020 takes place on 3 June 2020, from 830am to 5pm, at: One America Square, LONDON, EC3N 2LB.

For further information about the event, please contact Eva Rugeley: eva@atompublishing.co.uk or 020 7490 5595.



DCS 2019 Presentations

Digital technology transforming the built environment

David Philp - Global BIM/IM consultancy director, Aecom

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The Transforming Construction Challenge

Sam Stacey - Head of the Transforming Construction Challenge, UK Research and Innovation

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The government view on construction’s digital progress

Alex Lubbock - Head of digital construction, Infrastructure & Projects Authority

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What digital service offering do customers want from their customer?

Garry Fannon - Head of digital, Willmott Dixon

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How digital is transforming reinforced concrete design

Jason Colcombe - Product specialist, CADS Software

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A digital built environment: Why, how and what?

Paul Surin - Global lead for BIM and digital construction, IBM

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The Digital Twin: Why, what and how

Richard Saxon - Associate director, Deploi BIM Strategies

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Digital records post Hackitt – the ‘golden thread’

George Stevenson - Founder and managing director, ActivePlan

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Managing risks through the 'golden thread'

Anne-Marie Friel - Partner and digital specialist, Pinsent Masons

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Product data: The foundations of a digital built Britain

Alex Small - BIM and digital platforms manager, Tata Steel

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Automated design + delivery: A 'platform' approach to DfMA

Jaimie Johnston - Head of global systems, Bryden Wood

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Creating value for clients through technology

Andy Smith - Partner and senior manager, John Lewis Partnership Property & Development

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