ITC conference moves to 2 December 2021

By Murray Pollok10 March 2021

The International Tower Cranes (ITC) conference has been rescheduled to 2 December this year. The event, which was originally planned for 29 June, will be held in the same venue in Nice, France.

The date has been changed to give the opportunity of an in-person event, there being no guarantee that travel would be possible on the original June dates.

The conference - organised by International Cranes and specialized Transport and KHL Group - will be preceded by a networking reception on 1 December, with the full-day conference on 2 December.

See www.khl-itc.com for details.

All the speakers have been confirmed for the new date, including:

Keynote address
Christophe Simoncelli, SVP Europe, Manitowoc & SVP Tower Crane Operations

Smart Construction: the future of tower crane operation?
Marc Lambert, founder/CEO, Lextan

Wind monitoring & logging system for tower cranes
Eduardo Estelles, Managing director, Windcrane

Other topics with speakers to be confirmed soon include:

  • Project case study
  • Using fibre ropes: experience from construction sites
  • Tower cranes and PPVC (Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction) building techniques

The networking reception and conference will be held at the Le Meridien Nice hotel, which has a promenade location in Nice. It is located around 6 kilometres from the Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (NCE).

ITC is supported by the SC&RA.

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