|7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.||Breakfast|
| 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.||Bentley Corporate Keynote |
Greg Bentley, CEO, Bentley Systems
| 10:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.||Executive Keynote Panel|
Jacques Lubetski, Executive Vice President, Europe, Bureau Veritas
Ray O’Connor, President & CEO, Topcon Positioning Systems
David Epp, Director, MicrosoftExecutive Keynote
|10:45 a.m. – 11:15 a.m||Executive Keynote – Value Creation and Partnership in a Challenging Business Environment|
Nick Smallwood, VP of Capital Project Delivery Excellence, Royal Dutch Shell
| 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.||Lunch |
| 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.||Project Delivery Summit Keynote: Global Outlook for Infrastructure Project Delivery |
Are you prepared to keep pace with the growing momentum in the infrastructure sector? With new sources of capital and funding approaches there is a real opportunity to step ahead of the pace and create a competitive edge for project delivery organizations. Join Gernot Strube, Senior Partner, McKinsey and Co. who will set the scene for delegates and identify new global trends in infrastructure asset investment and the drivers for change.
- • What will the infrastructure project delivery businesses of the future look like?
- • The critical new talent and new tools need for project delivery success.
- • Creating the competitive edge in a transforming, digitally enabled and data-driven market place
- • The likely impact of the UK’s decision to exit the European Union on workflow, skills and investor confidence
Gernot Strube, Senior Partner, McKinsey and Co.
Leads McKinsey implementation in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. A key area of focus for Gernot Strube is advising clients in the aerospace, electronics, automotive, and transportation sectors on operational strategy and performance improvement.
|1:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.||Panel session: The new talent and tools to meet the changing global infrastructure project delivery business|
Join us for a panel discussion highlighting the new talent and tools required to meet the changing global infrastructure project delivery business.
- • What are the challenges facing this transforming digitally enabled, data-driven industry?
- • Do we have the talent to meet future infrastructure delivery challenges?
- • What do you need to know to adapt to the global project delivery supply chain challenge?
- • What new tools and techniques are becoming fundamental to project delivery?
- • What is or will become irrelevant?
- • What is or will be increasingly relevant?
- • Brexit – how will the UK’s departure from the European Union impact the delivery of projects across the region?
Richard Robinson, Chief Executive, AECOM
Gernot Strube, Senior Partner, McKinsey and Co.
Isabel Dedring, Global Transport Director, Arup
Russell Cameron, Technology Director, UK and Europe, Atkins
|2:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.|
Coffee and networking break
|2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.||Critical success factors: Building the blueprint for project delivery success in a data- enabled built environment|
Join four infrastructure owner-operators who will explain their thoughts and strategies in building a blueprint for project delivery success. These critical areas include:
- Driving value from data-enabled assets
Simon Rawlinson, Arcadis/Construction Leadership Council/BIM Task Group
- New tools to meet new needs – from drones to virtual reality
Jon Kerbey, Director of BIM , HS2
- Understanding the power of technology – why Oyster and contactless have transformed TfL’s project delivery thinking - Tim Carman, Head of Customer Technology, Transport for London
Tim Carman – Head of Customer Technology, Transport for London
- Value from collaboration – how technology can drive success
Martin Tugwell, programme director, England's Economic Heartland Strategic Alliance
|3:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.||Project Delivery Summit Keynote: The challenge of project delivery in a BIM Level 3 environment and a new world of whole life value.|
BIM Level 3 sets out the processes and tools for fully integrated and collaborative project delivery across the entire supply chain. In support of the asset owner-operators’ drive toward whole life value, BIM Level 3 will enable the interconnected digital design of different elements in a built environment and will extend BIM into the operation of assets over their lifetime. It will support the accelerated delivery of smart cities, services, and grids.
For the asset owner the prize is significant improvement in performance and value across construction, operation, and maintenance of assets.
For the supply chain it is an opportunity to break out of the commodity service offer and be rewarded for the value that is added.
- • How well placed are you and your business to meet the future needs of your customers and clients for a whole life value approach?
- • What new tools will drive the future of project delivery?
- • How prepared are you to embrace the new world of BIM Level 3 project delivery?
- • Do you have the talent and tools to benefit from the opportunities that these emerging new project delivery processes offer?
Mark Bew, Chair of the UK Government Construction BIM Task Group,the body charged with delivering BIM Level 2 Maturity into the UK Public Construction Sector and creating the Digital Built Britain Level 3 BIM Strategic Plan
|4:15 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.||Facilitated discussions:|
Is your business ready for BIM Level 3 and to embrace a whole life value approach to project delivery?
Join us as for a facilitated discussion as we explore this new challenge and opportunity of whole life value with BIM Level 3.
Discussion topics include:
- • What talents are needed for project delivery under BIM Level 3 to embrace whole life value for assets and a truly integrated and collaborative team?
- • Does your business have the talent to meet the future needs of its clients and customers? How do you know?
- • How does your business’s talent pool stack up against your peers and what can you do to improve you advantage?
- • How do you know what talents you already have – and understand what is missing?
Delegates will work in table groups to tackle these key questions facing the industry and devise next-step strategies to identify the skills and talent needed for their businesses.
|4:45 p.m. ||Chair’s closing remarks for Day 1|
|6:00 p.m.||Be Inspired Reception, Dinner, and Awards|