Digital Construction Week 2019

Posted by GroupBC on 16 October 2019

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Digital Construction Week 2019

October 16 - October 17, ExCel London.

Digital Construction Week is the only event series in the UK dedicated to digital construction, engineering, design, manufacturing and operation.

Come along to Stand F62 and meet the team. 

DCW 2019 will feature a two-day exhibition of the latest construction technologies from some of the biggest tech and construction companies changing the face of the sector. With interactive hands on demonstrations, free to attend seminars, workshops, classes and networking events, and a pay to attend, exclusive leadership conference – there is certainly set to be technology, products, talks and events that will be of benefit to you and your company.


Win a Mercedes Driving Day!

Simply come along and chat to us on Stand F62, enter your business card into the draw to win the Mercedes driving day worth over £500!

Book a one to one session

Why not take the opportunity to discuss your own requirements by booking a one to one session?

Choose from:

  • Implementing an ISO19650 CDE
  • Improving speed and quality of O&M Handover
  • Take AIM: Steps to digitising your estate

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See BC in action!

GroupBC are also presenting and supporting our customers as they showcase their solutions for Sainsbury’s, PCSG and HS2, across the following sessions:


Geospatial Theatre 16:00-16:30 - Adrian Burgess, PCSG

HS2’s Virtual Railway - realised benefits and lessons learned


Transformation Hub - Mark Stodgell, Assoc Director - PCSG & Sainsbury's

“Replacing your CDE? – how Sainsbury's moved 1.5 million documents”



Tech Stage 11- 11:15am - Stephen Crompton, GroupBC CPO

Deliverables exchange: A to B via CDE


BIM Village 15:00 – 15:30  - Michael Barber, Principal Consultant - Concentre Consulting
Gain Insight with A Digital Estate - Quickly, Accurately Completely


BIM Village panel – 12-12:30 - Tom Whiting, Principal Consultant - Concentre Consulting

Common Data Environments for the Real World