Save the date: Construction Technology Summit, 2024

By Andy Brown and Mike Hayes20 June 2023

2024 will see the 3rd edition of the Construction Technology Summit take to the road, with a spectacular live and in-person event to take place in Austin, Texas, on 18 and 19 March, 2024.

Technology is changing the way that construction works. Image: Adobe Stock

The summit will bring together leading figures in construction technology from contractors, OEMs and the tech companies themselves – as well as experts from other fields – to discuss the current use of technology in the industry and take a look at future developments and how they will impact the sector.

The focus will be on what digital technology can do for our industry today, and how it will shape the way we build tomorrow. 

Today, we need technology to help make construction more sustainable, more affordable, less dangerous and more productive. Moving forward, we want technology to make construction an industry that attracts and retains new talent, sets the pace for sustainability in the world and is an industry that attracts the younger generation.

Whether you’re an early adopter, keen to know how to stay ahead of the curve, or you’re considering your first steps into digitalisation – this summit will have something for you.

The use of technology to manage projects, run and operate fleets, survey sites and improve safety is now becoming commonplace in many countries.

A day of surprises

The Construction Technology Summit will look at whether or not this technology is benefitting construction businesses – and if not, why not? We’ll use relevant case studies to show best practice and look at the learning-curve journeys of early tech adopters.

To finish, we’ll take a look at what robotics, autonomous machines, digital twins, artificial intelligence and more will be offering businesses in the years ahead.

This day of ConTech discovery is an unmissable opportunity to hear and speak with experts in cutting edge tech and to download crucial business intelligence that will only become more important as the construction industry progresses through the 21st century.

The event will be held at the renowned AT&T Conference Centre in Austin, Texas, on Tuesday 19 March.

If you would like to put yourself or a colleague forward as a speaker, please contact and

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