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Disruption 2030 Series: How Digital Twins Can Enable Better Decisions; Sponsored by Costain

Tuesday, 5th July 2022 1145hrs – 1330hrs

The ‘Disruption 2030’ webinar series is a new, high-level set of online events which explores how the built environment ecosystem can benefit from making The Construction Playbook and the IPA’s Transforming Infrastructure Performance: Roadmap to 2030 ambitions become a reality.

Together, these publications outline which disruptive technologies the UK government is driving the industry towards. With this vision laid out, the industry must now upskill and transform to deploy these technologies on public sector projects, as well as the private sector contracts that will follow suit.

In this edition, construction leaders and clients examine this irresistible direction of travel and outline what your organisation can do to take advantage of it. This panel will help provide you with the foresight to continue winning work by staying abreast of evolving delivery mechanisms as well as client requirements.

By attending, you will develop your understanding of Government-backed technologies and the expectations for supply chain members that intend to win work on public sector projects.

Some of the topics our panel will address include:

  • How digital twins can empower projects and asset operation
  • The increasing onus of designing to performance over specification and its impact on delivery
  • How both the delivery and client sides can leverage AI, machine learning, IoT, data mining, and analytics
  • The role of certification for cognitive, smart buildings

Speakers for this event include:

  • Centre for Digital Built Britain – Mark is a keen champion of innovation in the context of collaborative delivery models and is particularly interested in the transformation of the infrastructure industry, including: systems-thinking, digital transformation, connected digital twins, data infrastructure, low-carbon sustainable solutions and the circular economy in the built environment. Besides his role as Chief Technical Officer of Mott MacDonald, he heads the National Digital Twin programme where he contributes to the leadership of this ambitious initiative to enable an ecosystem of connected digital twins across the built environment.
  • Construction Innovation Hub – David has been involved in delivering innovative digital change, BIM and digital asset management strategies across the globe from UK, Hong-Kong, Singapore, Australia and the Baltics. He was seconded in the UK Cabinet Office in 2011 as Head of BIM Implementation and has been a key contributor to the UK public sector BIM mandate (GCS 2011-2016) and continues to support this through his role as Impact Director at the Construction Innovation Hub.  He was also seconded into the Scottish Future Trust (SFT) as Chair of the Scottish BIM Delivery Group. Additionally, David is Vice Chair of the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre as well as being Director for Digital Consulting, Strategy and Innovation at AECOM Europe. A Fellow of the ICE, RICS and CIOB he is a visiting professor at Middlesex University and honorary professor at Heriot Watt University. David is also a member of the BSI BIM Standards Committee.
  • Costain – Garie is an Enterprise Architect at Costain and is currently the Costain Product Owner for delivery of a Digital Twin that is leading edge within the UK Water Utility Industry on Anglian Water’s Strategic Pipeline Alliance (SPA).  The digital twin is being built against a whole life view of a key strategic pipeline for water transmission, which will make the East of England resilient to the risks of drought and will secure water supplies for future generations.  The digital twin itself, is an integrated, accurate, digital representation of the physical assets, systems and treatment processes, that will unlock value by enabling improved insights that better support decisions, leading to better outcomes in the physical world, from initial design of the Pipeline through to Operations.
  • The Strategic Pipeline Alliance – Louise is a GIS Manager at Atkins and has been involved in the implementation information management for infrastructure, spanning spatial data and CAD technologies, with a particular focus on full lifecycle asset information management.  She has a powerful track record in the development and implementation of efficient and robust spatial analytical solutions to support successful digital delivery from planning through construction to AsBuilt and O&M. Louise is currently the GIS Manager for Anglian Water’s Strategic Pipeline Alliance (SPA), where GIS is a key component of SPA’s digital twin delivery that not only delivers positive outcomes to SPA but also supports Anglian Water and the Alliance’s eagerness for integration with the National Digital Twin.
  • VU City – Nikki Webber works in Business Development in the UK for VU.CITY, concentrating on South, including London, Oxford, Cambridge and Brighton”. Having spent 5 years with a leading global property superbrand, Nikki’s move into Proptech brought with it her passion about places, and the innovative solutions making cities and buildings smarter. She now focuses on helping professionals in the built environment use Digital Twins to better understand their proposals in the full context of our towns & cities, and prepare for the digitisation of planning.

Associate your brand with this Webinar and position your brand at the forefront of the discussion around the future of the industry. We have various partnership packages available, including opportunities to speak on the webinar, allowing you to present your message to your target audience and receive maximum brand awareness and impact. Packages available include:

Package Chair/ Speaking Opportunity VIP Access Cost (+VAT)
Webinar Partner Yes Yes £1,750 Sold Out
Exhibitor Partner Yes £750 View Details

Webinar Partner

Exhibitor Partner

£750+VAT

Become an exhibition partner for this event to get exhibition space and branding before, during and after the event with benefits including:

  • Exhibition space at the interactive webinar
  • Five tickets for your business or client contacts
  • Access to the VIP speakers room – connect with the speakers before and after the event
  • Access to the video of the webinar
  • Branding including on the webinar, on the website, all emails prior to the event and more.
  • One editorial or case study shared on our news section and promoted through social media
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the opening and closing webinar speech

Our online conferences will merge our face-to-face conferences with a virtual platform – providing networking opportunities, exceptional panel discussions and debates, speaker presentations and an exhibition hall.

Here’s a little video highlighting what to expect

And here’s a bit more information of key areas of our online events…

You’ll receive unique log-in details to join our online event via computer or phone – and you’ll be greeted with an easy navigation tool. You’ll be able to navigate to:

Main Stage

Where our ‘Programme’ will take place with excellent speakers and content. You’ll be able to get involved, asking questions and taking part in live polls.

Networking Area

Just like a real conference you’ll be able to meet and connect with new people in our forum. You can directly request to chat with someone or you can enter our ‘speed networking’ area to meet numerous new people within the industry. Get your elevator pitch ready!

Sponsor / Exhibitor Area

Meet our partners and sponsors – view what they’re all about, video chat with them and download their literature and product information.

We’re set to have a plethora of expert names joining us for excellent panel discussions.

Centre for Digital Built Britain and Mott MacDonald – Mark Enzer OBE FREng, Strategic Advisor and Chief Technical Officer

Mark is a keen champion of innovation in the context of collaborative delivery models and is particularly interested in the transformation of the infrastructure industry, including: systems-thinking, digital transformation, connected digital twins, data infrastructure, low-carbon sustainable solutions and the circular economy in the built environment.

Besides his role as Chief Technical Officer of Mott MacDonald, he heads the National Digital Twin programme where he contributes to the leadership of this ambitious initiative to enable an ecosystem of connected digital twins across the built environment.

The Strategic Pipeline Alliance – Louise Irvine, GIS Manager

Louise is a GIS Manager at Atkins and has been involved in the implementation information management for infrastructure, spanning spatial data and CAD technologies, with a particular focus on full lifecycle asset information management.  She has a powerful track record in the development and implementation of efficient and robust spatial analytical solutions to support successful digital delivery from planning through construction to AsBuilt and O&M. Louise is currently the GIS Manager for Anglian Water’s Strategic Pipeline Alliance (SPA), where GIS is a key component of SPA’s digital twin delivery that not only delivers positive outcomes to SPA but also supports Anglian Water and the Alliance’s eagerness for integration with the National Digital Twin.

Construction Innovation Hub – David Philp, Impact Director

David has been involved in delivering innovative digital change, BIM and digital asset management strategies across the globe from UK, Hong-Kong, Singapore, Australia and the Baltics.

He was seconded in the UK Cabinet Office in 2011 as Head of BIM Implementation and has been a key contributor to the UK public sector BIM mandate (GCS 2011-2016) and continues to support this through his role as Impact Director at the Construction Innovation Hub.  He was also seconded into the Scottish Future Trust (SFT) as Chair of the Scottish BIM Delivery Group. Additionally, David is Vice Chair of the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre as well as being Director for Digital Consulting, Strategy and Innovation at AECOM Europe.

A Fellow of the ICE, RICS and CIOB he is a visiting professor at Middlesex University and honorary professor at Heriot Watt University. David is also a member of the BSI BIM Standards Committee.

VU.CITY – Nikki Webber, Business Development Executive

Nikki Webber works in Business Development in the UK for VU.CITY, concentrating on the Home Counties and the South East, including Oxford & Cambridge. Having spent 5 years with a leading global property superbrand, Nikki’s move into Proptech brought with it her passion about places, and the innovative solutions making cities and buildings smarter. She now focuses on helping professionals in the built environment use 3D visualisation to better understand their proposals in the full context of our towns & cities, and prepare for the digitisation of planning.

Costain – Garie Warne, Enterprise Architect

Garie is an Enterprise Architect at Costain and is currently the Costain Product Owner for delivery of a Digital Twin that is leading edge within the UK Water Utility Industry on Anglian Water’s Strategic Pipeline Alliance (SPA).  The digital twin is being built against a whole life view of a key strategic pipeline for water transmission, which will make the East of England resilient to the risks of drought and will secure water supplies for future generations.  The digital twin itself, is an integrated, accurate, digital representation of the physical assets, systems and treatment processes, that will unlock value by enabling improved insights that better support decisions, leading to better outcomes in the physical world, from initial design of the Pipeline through to Operations.

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Details

Date:
Tuesday, 5th July 2022

Time:
1145hrs – 1330hrs

Venue

Online – Hopin


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