Design, Construction and FM companies are increasingly adopting new digital processes and technologies as they strive to create better buildings at lower costs, that are more efficient to construct and maintain. Next week, BAM is a headline partner at one of the UK’s most prestigious events that explores how digital is shaping construction industry and the benefits it can provide for BAM, our supply chain and clients. Digital Construction Week is being held at the Excel conference centre in London on October 16th and 17th.

There we are demonstrating how BAM is shaping the future of the built environment  by developing innovative tools and solutions which deliver better outcomes for all.

We have an exciting programme of main conference talks and stand activities including:

Conference Speakers

  • Andrew Pryke, Managing Director, BAM Design, Smart DfMA or die! October 17 10.30-10.55 Main stage
  • David Pickard, Digital Construction Manager, BAM Construction, Digital testing and verification at King’s Cross, October 16 13.30-14.00 BIM workshops

Stand activities

Our stand is located at D20 in the main exhibition hall and we will be asking all visitors to help us create a digital mosaic.

We will be demonstrating our connected site tools and dashboards, 3D printing, digital career opportunities and our use of Autodesk IQ. We are also pleased to welcome Royal BAM Group start up Dutch Analytics, who will be promoting how they are using Artificial Intelligence and Data to improve maintenance and BAM Belgium’s Smart bike commute innovation.

Also, we are hosting a series of talks on our stand:

ENCORD workshop

BAM is also helping the industry identify how social and technology changes might shape our own futures. We are supporting the ENCORD foresighting workshop on the afternoon of October 16. The session will explore how topics such as technology, social change, the environment, new business entrants and political issues will impact the construction industry between now and 2030. This interactive session encourages participants to consider how changes will directly affect their business and their clients, and you have to register in advice to take part. For more information please visit the Digital Construction Week website.

To register for tickets click here.