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Hendry Manager Building Surveying NSW Kingsley Lunt will be giving a presentation on Day 1. ------------------------------------------------- Sydney Build is Australia's leading construction, architecture and infrastructure expo. Now in its 5th year, Sydney
Hendry Manager Building Surveying NSW Kingsley Lunt will be giving a presentation on Day 1.
Sydney Build is Australia’s leading construction, architecture and infrastructure expo. Now in its 5th year, Sydney Build has become the best-attended B2B construction tradeshow in the whole of Australia.
Covering all aspects of Building Management, this stage will host 4 packed summits over two busy days. On Day 1, The Fire & Safety Summit will introduce the latest in Fire and Safety protocols, on-ground implementation and applications. Followed by the Non-Conformance & Defects Summit to provide knowledge on risk and defect mitigation, costs rectification and legal implications.
february 3 (Wednesday) - 4 (Thursday)
International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney)
Hendry's General Manager Risk Gaurav Bhalla will be presenting on the topic of: Construction Analytics: Mitigating risk and optimising assets via integration of AI and ML to enhance productivity and boost
Hendry’s General Manager Risk Gaurav Bhalla will be presenting on the topic of:
Construction Analytics: Mitigating risk and optimising assets via integration of AI and ML to enhance productivity and boost business performance
- Predicting cost overruns based on factors such as project size, contract type and the competence level of project managers
- Remotely accessing real-life training material which helps them enhance their skills and knowledge quickly
- Monitoring and prioritizing risk on the job site, so the project team can focus their limited time and resources on the biggest risk factors
Many E&C firms attempt to incorporate new technologies into their daily activities, but most of their efforts to digitize still tend to fall short. Why? That’s because a construction project typically involves multiple independent subcontractors and suppliers, which have little incentive to embrace new methods for one-off projects, so it’s often a struggle to implement tools they can apply repeatedly. This leads to the E&C sector consistently being one of the world’s least digitized and progressive.
Premature technological implementations only lead to further costs and burdens, and 35% of costs in E&C already comprise of waste material and remedial work! Firms, however, can buck this trend of bad investments if they seriously consider Big Data strategies. According to KPMG’s Future-Ready Index, the two technologies with the highest adoption rates amongst the top 20% E&C companies are BIM (86%) and basic data analytics (83%). These firms are leveraging valuable insights extracted from raw digital data to become true innovators in the industry, seeing their project costs and timelines being reduced significantly.
Rather than simply choose technology to help in the short term, the most effective step for E&C firms to take is to shore up their most vital processes first – the retrieval, collection, and analysis of information. For this sector to prove that it is capable of achieving true digital transformation, company executives and project managers must start with a clear definition of how digital can create value for the business and then introduce specific solutions to solve fundamental problems from the ground up.
Join us at the Data Analytics in Construction Summit to get ideas as to how to make the most ground-breaking impact in your construction designs and plans. Get in touch with E&C professionals who have successfully implemented data-driven solutions that allowed their firms to scale up and achieve consistent efficiency.
march 3 (Wednesday) - 4 (Thursday)
Shangri-La Hotel Sydney
Hendry National Manager Emergency Planning Sam Rigby will be giving a presentation on the topic of: Living with a Cladding Problem: Emergency Management; Planning & Response Once you have established you have
Hendry National Manager Emergency Planning Sam Rigby will be giving a presentation on the topic of:
Living with a Cladding Problem: Emergency Management; Planning & Response
Once you have established you have Cladding, what is required to mitigate the risk from an emergency planning aspect
- Updating you emergency plan
- Revising your response structures
- Training Response ready teams
- Preparing Occupants
Disaster is often the catalyst for change to bring learning and awareness across the industry. The 2017 Grenfell Tower fire in London, and the 2014 Lacrosse Tower fire in Melbourne are examples of that. It has sprung government bodies and associations to work on specific measures to address the fire safety risks associated with external wall cladding in buildings.
As a result, Several States have started taking action to address the widespread use of flammable building cladding in high-rise constructions.
On 23 October 2019, the (QBCC) Queensland Building and Construction Commission on issued a statement on “combustible cladding ban now in effect in Queensland”. This is a ban on expanded polystyrene products used in any external wall insulation and finish (rendered) system on class 2 – 9 buildings of type A or B construction.
Ensuring a safe and robust project delivery in a growing complex industry requires engagement from all of us as we work with Government towards a brighter future.
Corpolinx, therefore, is now hosting the 2nd Annual Fire Safety and Cladding Summit, scheduled for 14-15 July 2020. The event is designed to bring together fire and construction industry mainly focus in fire safety practice, engineering and risk management involved in cladding by exclusive networking sessions, professional and interactive panel discussions as well as topical case studies addressing the challenges faced and to assess solutions and services in this space to help achieve business outcomes.
july 14 (Tuesday) - 15 (Wednesday)
Hendry's Commercial Development and Engagement Manager Risk Amber Keogh will be giving a keynote presentation on the topic of: Shifting key metrics – Prioritising health and wellbeing within the built environment
Hendry’s Commercial Development and Engagement Manager Risk Amber Keogh will be giving a keynote presentation on the topic of:
Shifting key metrics – Prioritising health and wellbeing within the built environment post-COVID-19
The spotlight on commercial building operators to prioritise health and wellbeing as a key metric of performance signals a significant shift in the market. HVAC&R is a vital piece of this puzzle, along with a raft of other solutions reliant on big data and analytics. To remain competitive, solutions providers must now look to pivot their value proposition and demonstrate what they can do.
In a post-COVID19 built environment, collaboration, integration and agility will be key factors of success from the outset. Looking long term, support is required from complimentary verticals to sustain commerciality brought on by the sudden spotlight on health. In the context of health, the heterogeneity of data must be discernible across prevention, detection and management, with automation playing a large role in management and response.
Following the success of the inaugural 2019 Big Data and Analytics Forum, AIRAH is delighted to announce the 2020 iteration.
Originally scheduled to take place in Melbourne on August 6, this year’s event will now be delivered entirely online due to the coronavirus pandemic. Register now to join us for the half-day live stream.
The 2020 Big Data and Analytics Virtual Forum forms part of AIRAH’s Centenary celebrations.
An attendance of 120 delegates in Sydney in 2019 shows the ever-growing interest in how we can use big data and analytics to proactively control and optimise building HVAC&R systems.
AIRAH’s Big Data and Analytics Virtual Forum 2020 will be a live-streamed half-day event on August 6. It is a chance to hear from industry leaders as we break down what big data is and how we, as an industry, can improve the built environment’s operational efficiencies.
(Thursday) 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm