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New Alternative Delivery Webinar: Constructing the Future

September 30, 2015

In the next installment of our webinar series on Alternative Delivery: Building Better Designs

Constructing the Future

Thursday, October 15, 2015 
1 p.m. EDT

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Construction technology has come a long way since the first Neolithic contractor took adze to timber. Today, the sophistication of technology for use in construction is advancing at an unprecedented pace. Modern construction professionals employ a wide variety of technological tools to work more effectively, efficiently and safely. And even more dramatic changes are coming soon: unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), smart sensors and wearable tech will revolutionize construction for the better. Walking us through the technology of today, tomorrow and the future is David Neitz, CDM Smith’s Chief Information Officer and leader of our Business Technology group.
 

Topics of this discussion will include:

  • What is the Internet of Things, and how will it enhance construction projects?

  • How will augmented reality, UAVs and wearable tech change the landscape of construction in the future?
  • How will all these technologies, gadgets and advancements come together to add significant value for owners of construction projects? 

David NeitzDavid Neitz has more than 20 years of experience in information technology (IT) for professional services firms, where he has excelled at building partnerships with team members, business partners, clients and executives. A recognized industry leader, Dave was chosen as one of Computerworld Magazine’s 2011 Premier 100 IT Leaders for delivering innovative technology solutions that support business outcomes, and he won CIO Magazine’s “Ones to Watch” Award and Standout Award for Change Leadership for his proven ability to lead teams, drive innovation and deliver value to the business.

Register for the webinar today!

You will earn 1 professional development hour (PDH) credit for attending this webinar issued from CDM Smith University, an IACET-accredited institution.