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Visit ICE’s stand at the Digital DNA event to engage with leading infrastructure specialists and understand how Digital Twinfrastructure will deliver better outcomes to society.
Digital technology is already helping to make our road, rail, water and energy networks more efficient and reliable. Powered AI, big data, cloud computing and the Internet of Things, plans are now developing for a “digital twinfrastructure” future – an ecosystem of digital twins connected by securely shared data – which could deliver huge benefits to the economy and better outcomes to people and businesses.
ICE’s sessions on the main conference programme will explore how the fourth industrial revolution is transforming the sector and enabling engineers to deliver better services to citizens.
At the Digital DNA event benefit from:
How might technology transform not just our virtual world, but our physical world and the people who deliver it?
Each year £100bn is invested in creating and maintaining our built environment across the UK, however the construction industry is cited as being highly unproductive and lacking innovation with c.£15bn of value lost each year by not getting things right first time. There have also been some high profile international cases where buildings and infrastructure have failed, resulting in loss of life.
ICE’s Richard Kirk will explore how digital technology can help the construction industry transform delivery and operation of the built environment and the experience of the users: the public.
Melanie Dawson, Director of Digital Construction, GRAHAM
Peter first joined McAvoy in 2003 working in the education sector in a business development role for its interim modular buildings before progressing to Sales Manager. He also spent two years working for a property development company sourcing office accommodation and delivering Cat A fit-out services.
Following the repositioning of McAvoy to successfully combine manufacturing and construction and become a major principal contractor for offsite building projects, Peter took on broader business development responsibilities for offsite schemes across Ireland and Scotland. He has particular expertise in working with LEAs, schools and academies to assist in the procurement of education buildings, from extensions to complete schools.
Peter is a member of the Chartered Institute of Building and is a Chartered Construction Manager.
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