This series is designed to complement the Irish Governments Housing-for-All programme, in particular, the states intervention to stimulate residential construction related innovation and productivity. The specific focus of this six-part series will be to showcase the capability that new construction methodologies and technologies will play in supporting the Housing Policy Objective of Improving Sector Innovation and Attractiveness. A key feature of the series will be the inclusion of both Irish and international case studies. Specifically, the series is designed to keep pace with vision of the Housing-for-All plan. The housing supply chain industry in Ireland must embrace modern methods of construction and digitalisation.
The series has three core purposes:
- Identify how innovation and digitisation can help the Irish housing supply chain address the challenge set forth in the Housing- for-All plan in expediting quality housing in Ireland.
- Explore what key change is necessary in the residential sector to ensure greater affordability and supply of housing in Ireland.
- Examine what Ireland can learn from lessons both at home and abroad in respect to innovation and digitalisation use in delivery of quality housing.
|Dates||Time (Dublin Time)||Titles||Register your place|
|Wednesday, 9th of February||–||Stimulating residential construction related innovation and productivity||View the event HERE|
|Thursday, 10th of March||–||Innovative collaborative procurement models in housing delivery||View the event HERE|
|Thursday, 12th of May||–||Data and digital technologies that improve housing delivery through the Irish planning system||View the event HERE|
|Thursday, 30th of June||–||Building homes faster by use of off-site construction methods||View the event HERE|
|Thursday, 15th of September||–||Establishing the skills to embrace modern methods of construction and digitalisation across the residential supply chain||View the event HERE|
|Thursday, 13th of October||–||The vision of a construction technology center in Ireland||View the event HERE|
CitA will continue its Tech Trend series in 2022 as part of its Challenge, Change, Learn 2022-2024 strategic initiative. This year the series will be a more “grounded” experience for attendees where they can learn from success stories in the use of construction technologies across a typical project lifecycle.
The mission of CitA is to connect its members and the wider CitA network to innovation. All construction SMEs should today look to increase competitiveness, efficiency and proximity to their customers through digital technology.
This six-part series will seek to showcase case studies in technology use following a construction project pathway or life cycle.
|Dates||Time (Dublin Time)||Title||Register your place|
|Wednesday, 23rd of February||–||Build First Digitally and Then for Real||View the event HERE|
|Thursday, 7th of April||–||It’s Time to Shift to BIM||View the event HERE|
|Thursday, 26th of May||–||It’s About Time, Cost and Quality||View the event HERE|
|Thursday, 29th of September||–||Quality Inspection Made Easy Through Digital||View the event HERE|
|Thursday, 10th of November||–||Automation and Robotics Futures||View the event HERE|
|December, 8th of December||1pm to 2pm||Managing Productivity on Construction Sites||Register HERE|
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|Dates||Time||Title||Register your place|
|Tuesday, November 29th||1pm to 2pm||TBC||Register Here|
|Wednesday, November 30th||1pm to 2pm||TBC||Register Here|
|Thursday, December 1st||1pm to 2pm||TBC||Register Here|
Dates to be confirmed