Built environment innovation in focus at Construction Technology Forum

con ksaThe first Construction Technology Forum – KSA (ctf-ksa) will be taking place from 14-15 April 2020 at the Intercontinental Riyadh, bringing together the global leaders in construction technology

More than 250 delegates, 70 speakers, 20 start-ups and 25 sponsors will attend the two-day event in Saudi Arabia to discuss real technology use-cases that will enhance the construction execution of complex, mega projects.

Seeking to build things greener and faster, Saudi Arabia is injecting sustainability and innovation into its built environment. The event will focus on understanding the trends impacting Saudi Arabia’s built environment and how to stay in business.

The Construction Technology Forum will provide a technology overview to get insight into how the industry will be transformed over the next decade and stay ahead as technology adoption accelerates. It will further provide investment ideas to trial and assess the most promising technology onsite so that the right investment decisions can be made for projects.

The visitors can meet ambitious sustainability targets of mega projects by understanding how to execute them greener, cheaper, faster and safer.

Some of the speaker profiles include David Wilson, chief innovation officer, Bechtel; Abdulrahman Jilani, technical lead – additive manufacturing, Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources; Kenneth Linn, partner, Capital Project Services Leader, PwC Middle East; Riyadh Derouiche, principle, AT Kearney; Sherief Elabd, director, industry strategy and innovation, Oracle Construction and Engineering; Andrea Scotti, managing director – Middle East, BuroHappold Engineering and more.

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