Latest construction tech speaker announced

By Andy Brown04 April 2022

Martin Ward, director of Mi Project solutions

The fifth speaker for KHL’s Construction Technology Summit, taking place on April 21 this year, has been announced, Martin Ward, director of Mi Project Solutions.

The company – a digital business created by contractor Willmott Dixon – provides the built environment with a suite of digital governance tools that can be used by contractors.

Ward will talk about how contractors can use data to save time, reduce risk, and seamlessly track enrolment, performance and societal KPIs – ultimately, how data can be used to make better decisions.

Originally trained as an architectural technician, Ward spent many years working on site and in drawing offices, before taking on a number of CAD Management positions.

During the early 2000’s he established iSite as a Digital Estate Solution and worked with blue-chip organisations advising on strategy and working with clients to drive demonstrable value through adoption of digital strategy, data analytics and integrated property lifecycle management. He joined Mi Project Solutions as Business Director in 2021.

The free to attend event, taking place at 4pm Brussels time (12pm Washington DC time) on April 21, will examine digital construction in the real world and how contractors can practically digitise their workflows.

Four other speakers have already been announced – Paul Surin, global engineering, construction, operations and BIM segment lead with IBM, Frank Weiss, senior director, new products and innovation, Oracle, Dr Marzia Bolpagni, Head of BIM International at Mace, and Britton Lawson from US-based contractor Veit & Company. 

Registration is open and available here.

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