Returning for its second year, Advancing Construction Analytics 2020 is set to host over 200:
- Construction Senior Leaders; CIOs, CTOs, COOs, CFOs, CEOs and Presidents
- Construction Executives and Board Members
- Construction IT, Data and Technology Professionals of all seniorities
- Construction Innovation, Strategy and Business Analyst Professionals
- Construction Data Scientists and Analysts
And many more...
Whether it's mapping out your path and aspirations of what you want your data to do or starting to incorporate A.I. and Machine Learning to improve critical key metrics, every company can come to this conference and see where their data potential lies.
With different organisations at different stages of their journey one thing is clear, everyone is at the start of making progresses with data. This meeting therefore is specifically designed to support both higher level organisations and also firms that are just starting out with our expanded two track agenda:
Track 1: Data Management:
The Data Management track focuses specifically on the "techier" side of data analytics in construction and will include topics such as data integration, data quality, data collection, visual data capture, data warehouse creation and many more...
Track 2: Data Applications:
The Data Applications track will center around what data analytics can do for the construction industry and will include practical case studies on how data is being used such as utilizing historical data to benchmark future projects, early risk identification, selecting profitable projects and utilizing AI in scheduling.
Our shared objective is enabling firms to enter and thrive in the construction data era.
Join us this coming April to take your data analytics to the next level and consistently achieve smarter business decisions.
Full Access Pass: Conference + Focus Day: USD 2598.0,
Conference Only: USD 1999.0
Speakers: Jit Kee Chin, Chief Data and Innovation Officer, Suffolk Construction, Stacy Scopano, Chief Technology Officer, Skender Construction, Brian Seymour, Chief Information Officer, KELLER, Ryan Hale, Chief Information Officer, Lithko Contracting, Jason Bedogne, Chief Information Officer, Kimbel Mechanical Systems, Chris Heger, Chief Information Officer and Vice President, OAC Services, Ed Littleton, Senior Vice President – Risk Management, Balfour Beatty, Mike Ernst, Vice President – Insights and Innovation, Ryan Companies US, Inc., Bob Nussmeier, Vice President of Business Development, Kiewit, Richard Hiers, Business Intelligence Manager, McCarthy Holdings, Brent Pilgrim, DESTINI Applications Director, The Beck Group, Greg O'Bryan, Preconstruction Engineer and Senior Engineer, The Beck Group, Joshua Mercado Director, BIM and Technology Integration, The Boldt Company, Lynda Willis, Director, Corporate Data and Analytics, Clark Pacific, Edward Ruffolo, Director of Technology, Miron Construction, Dustin Burns, Director, Information Technology, McCOWNGORDON Construction, Trevor Hietpas, Operations Analytics Manager, The Boldt Company, Chris Martin, Director – Technology Services and Information Technology Manager, Mycon General Contractors, Sharon Noyce, Senior Business Intelligence Analyst, Kiewit, Nicholas Smith, Construction Data Analyst, Faithful+Gould, Allen Hayes, Director of Information Technology, FTK Construction Services, David Banyard, Senior Construction Technology, Disrupter WeWork, Bryan Hadoff, Data Scientist and Financial Analyst, Ryan Companies, Akshita Tyagi, Project Engineer (Data Analytics), OAC Services, John Jurewicz, Leader Technical Optimization, Walbridge, Nicole Waits, Insights Analyst, Ryan Companies, Brian Tighe, National Director of Project Analytics, Skanska, Loan Ngo, Corporate Quality Leader, Mortenson, Andrew Herd, Software Development Manager, Kimbel Mechanical, Cameron Jeffers, Software Development Manager, Hensel Phelps, Spencer White, Business Intelligence Engineer, Hensel Phelps, Aviva Tang, BIM Specialist, The Boldt Company, Chris Tyler, Senior Software Developer, Performance Contracting Group