Berkeley Construction Innovation Day

Conference/Symposium | November 1 | 9:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. | B110 Blum Hall

 David Trejo, Professor, OSU "Concrete Innovations"; Jim Lindeman, Loqust "Time-space scheduling"; Alan Pumklin, Catepillar "Autonomous Vehicles in Construction"; Iris Tommelein and John Gambatese, UC Berkeley and OSU "Mistake-proofing and Prevention through Design"; Sabrina Odah,, Suffolk Construction " Leveraging Technology for Innovation in Commercial Construction"; Phil Lorenzo, StructionSite "Reality Capture and Applied AI in Construction"; Bill Ibbs, Professor, UC Berkeley "Loss of Productivity Standards"

 Panel Discussion, "Implementing Innovation in a Company or Agency"

 Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE)

The CEE Engineering and Project Management program will host its first day-long conference devoted to construction innovation at UC Berkeley. The Berkeley Construction Innovation Day is to bring together Cal alums and others working as contractors, designers, owners, and other construction-related parties, to identify and reflect on innovations that are shaping our industry and means to improve their ability to deliver value and advance their cost-competitiveness and profitability. The day’s agenda includes presentations by developers and adopters of innovations in the fields of technology, materials, productivity and lean construction. The day will conclude with a dinner and award ceremony.
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