Civil engineering, Architecture engineering, Construction engineering, Municipal and structural engineering, Urban studies (Planning and development), Architectural design
In the ever-evolving landscape of the construction industry, digital transformation has emerged as a pivotal force reshaping the way projects are conceived, executed, and delivered. This transformation, fuelled by cutting-edge technology and innovative practices, holds the promise of greater efficiency, sustainability, and collaboration within the construction sector.
This report offers a comprehensive summary of the Build Digital Project colloquium. It provides actionable insights and recommendations for clients, supply chain partners, and for prioritisation within the Build Digital Project pillars. As the industry partners seek to build a more efficient, sustainable, and collaborative construction sector, understanding and harnessing the invaluable insights gained from the colloquium is imperative to navigating this transformative journey effectively.
Moore, R. (2023). Industry Colloquium Report. Technological University Dublin. DOI: 10.21427/2C4W-6Q70
Department of Public Expenditure, NDP Delivery and Reform (PENDR)
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