Construction Technology Summit 2024: 1 week to go!

Construction contractors and industry professionals hoping to attend the upcoming Construction Technology Summit 2024 have just one week left to secure their tickets.

Hotel in Austin AT&T Hotel and Conference Center in Austin, Texas, US (Photo: The University of Texas at Austin)

The Construction Technology Summit 2024 will take place in Austin, Texas, US from the 18 to 19 March.

It will be held at the AT&T Hotel and Conference Center and will feature detailed presentations from leading industry experts, who will cover some of the most ambitious projects across the world in addition to highlighting the potential of technology in the construction industry.

How to register for the Construction Technology Summit 2024?

Registering for the Construction Technology Summit is quick and easy, simply visit our event website:

Construction Technology Summit: What to expect

Our speakers cover a wide range of topics, from revolutionising the compact equipment industry, whether construction is making the most out of technology and advancing autonomy, to building the power of the future and gathering valuable insights beyond the basics.

This year’s speakers include industry experts from Caterpillar, Doosan Bobcat and Danfoss to construction project figures from ITER, Bechtel and NEOM’s Trojena.

John R. Somers of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) will host a roundtable with associated contractors and Construction Europe editor Mike Hayes will host a discussion with leading figures in the world of BIM.

For a full list of speakers and for information on the topics they will be presenting, visit the website:

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