Getting granular with NEC4 and debating the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the built environment will be up for discussion at two upcoming events being held by CIOB Midlands in November.
NEC4: The Devil’s in the Detail
This lively webinar on 22 November will feature expert speakers from Driver Trett and Diales.
In this session, the speakers will present varying views from the real-life perspective of contractor, project manager, architect and adviser, providing analysis of pertinent issues relating to the administration of NEC4 contracts.
This will be of interest to those who work in construction and engineering, particularly in commercial management, project administration and dispute resolution.
AI in the Built Environment: How should the sector respond?
The East Midlands Great Debate takes place in Nottingham on 8 November.
A panel featuring experts from Cumberland Council, Sir Robert McAlpine, Mott MacDonald and architect Copy and Space will discuss the risks and opportunities of AI, its impact on standards and professional practice and how the industry should collectively respond.
The session is chaired by Andrew Knight, global data and tech thought leadership and analytics, tech partner programme and data standards at RICS.
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