July 19-20, 2023 | USA
Previously known as our Projects Conference, we covered the topic in three parts: pre-construction and estimating, project oversight and business intelligence, and smart jobsites. Additionally, we hosted a separate conference to explore advanced equipment and robotics. As these topics have increasingly converged, the Construction Tech Conference is intended to look holistically at how technology is influencing the way we build – from pre-construction through construction functions, in the office as well as in the field. It will be a lot to cover in two days, and, with so much happening, it will surely be an exciting event.
August 11-12, 2023 | Germany
At this Architecture Conference, we will explore cutting-edge technology, topics, and methods in the field, as well as dive into the pivotal issues and problems within the scope of such topics as construction management, low-cost housing, power architecture, river mechanics, sustainable architecture, urbanization, and numerous others.
Civil Engineering Conferences 2023 will welcome a global audience from countries like Turkey, Mexico, Indonesia, South Africa, Australia, Argentina, France, Serbia, the UK, and many others. To create an immersive learning experience at the Urban Planning Conferences, presentations will be featured in a variety of formats, from lecture-style to roundtable discussions and workshops.
June 6-9, 2023 | USA
Join us at the Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference 2023 (EMI 2023)—the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) premier annual mechanics conference. This conference will be hosted at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Georgia, with organization led by Professors Chloé Arson and Yang Wang.
The conference will provide a forum for researchers and practitioners, where the fundamental and applied advances in engineering mechanics will be on display. At the conference, learn about the latest discoveries in the field of engineering mechanics, disseminate your own contributions at topical sessions, support our students engaged in various EMI activities, listen to distinguished plenary lecturers and participate in discussions, panels and networking events to advance engineering mechanics education, research and practice.
October 5, 2023 | USA
The construction industry is one of the nation’s (and world’s) largest industries. In 2021, construction accounted for over 4.1 percent of the US gross domestic product*. That ranks ahead of agriculture, mining, transportation, arts and entertainment, and even national defense spending! Despite more than 90 percent of US general contractors listing labor shortages as a concern, women make up only 10.3 percent of those working in the built environment – and that number shrinks to just 2-4 percent when looking at several of the skilled trades.