The digital revolution is changing how people engage with others and go about their day-to-day activities, the future of work, people and learning. However, the construction industry has continued to operate as it has for the past 50 years. It still relies heavily on manual labor, mechanical technology and established operating and business models. As a result, productivity has stagnated.
Only recently have digital technologies begun to enter the industry, gradually changing how infrastructure, real estate and other built assets are designed, constructed, operated and maintained. These technologies, including building information modeling (BIM), prefabrication, wireless sensors, 3D printing and automated and robotic equipment, are affecting the entire industry.
The future for the construction industry will require new technologies to improve the employee experience and keep the organisation competitive and innovative. Developments in robotics, social digital media, driverless vehicles, artificial intelligence, drones, machine learning, and virtual reality, are changing the quantitative and qualitative requirements of the future workforce.
Understand the future of the construction industry and address the challenges faced by professionals in the new digital age.
The forum will consist of a number of participants who will each discuss a particular aspect of the future challenges and opportunities faced by the construction industry. The audience will then get an opportunity to direct questions to the forum members and as a result, attendees will get their most pressing questions answered.
Mayowa Adeogun, Head of Information Technology, Construction Kaiser Limited
Oyeleke Ajiboye, CEO, Efficiency Construction Company
Chief Alfred Mrakpor JP, General Manager, Eyomec Global Services, Ltd
Peterson Babalola, CEO, Conergy Global Investment Limited
Vania Mitakeva, Country Manager Construction Materials, BASF Construction
Diran Otegbade, CEO, Realtor.ng
Otamere Elegon, Group Chief Strategy Officer, Primewaterview Holdings Limited
Olurotimi Bajomo, General Manager, Broll Property Services Limited
Date: Monday, November 7th, 2019
Venue: 8th Floor, Churchgate Towers 2, Plot PC 31, Churchgate Street, Victoria Island
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