IT Summit

The Construction IT Executive Summit provides a unique Construction IT summit for construction executives and professionals to benchmark and improve business processes and understand the impact on effective strategies for improved information technology processes and the drive to promote the Building Information Modelling environment. Through motivating keynote addresses on client case studies and show casing product with local and international experts, you will take away countless insights into your software processes for your organization.

Unparalleled Networking with Software experts

Summit speakers are top technical executives from companies including Canadian BIM Council, Autodesk, Graphisoft, Oracle, Asite, Mott MacDonald, Group Five and also featuring top international technology experts.

Benefits of Attending

You will share and compare experiences with software expert vendors. You will listen to the challenges faced by leading industry experts. You can explore issues with industry thought leaders and other summit delegates. And you will have the additional opportunity to become a member of the BIM Institute community and receive the latest news on industry technology available in Africa.

Who Should Attend

75% of delegates hold titles of, Executives, Director or Senior Management. All delegates should have multi-project responsibility and have the authority to manage applications and processes within their organization or division level. In most organizations, executives at this level will have staffs of 20-100 or more.

The Summit will be held at the Gallagher Estate, Midrand, Johannesburg, May 10-11, 2016. Participation fee starts at R4955. Reservations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve your spot today!


Summit Programme

*= invited speaker

Please note: this conference will be filmed for marketing purposes and a content map will be produced for each conference. These visual records will capture the key information from the speakers’ presentation and any subsequent discussion.