Conference themes for 2020
- Putting in place the foundations for tomorrow’s digital infrastructure technology through improved information management systems.
- Providing asset managers greater involvement in the process and defining what information they require.
- Adopting collaboration with a digital first approach.
- Exploring the latest Building Standards for Scotland 2020
- Creating energy efficient estates
- Revolutionising the built environment through Data, AI and IoT.
- The opportunities and challenges to enable value-driven adoption offered by technology and its pace of development.
- Improving services through digital technology to enhance service delivery, regenerate communities and achieve costs efficiencies.
- Optimising asset performance.
- Reducing costs and increasing asset lifespan.
- Delivering best value in Scottish Public-Sector Procurement.
- How to realise value from Public Sector Property and Land to achieve wider objectives.
- Using strategic asset management practices.
- Exploring the latest Environmental Credentials
FutureScot’s one-day conference will showcase how the construction industry and operation management professionals approach social and economic infrastructure - through the use of digital technology - and is the essential guide to sustainable building practice. By attending, you will get the latest from the UK’s leading experts on a range of built environment topics, from understanding the needs of users, to enabling ‘right first time’ delivery and providing buildings and infrastructure documentation as quickly, efficiently and as useable as possible.
Focusing on how we plan, build, maintain and use that infrastructure - as well renew and replace existing built assets - the conference will examine how practitioners make better use of buildings, with the aim of providing improved social outcomes, increased productivity and inclusive growth.
It will also feature the Scottish Government’s latest thinking on the vision toward ‘A Digital Estate’ and how it can extend its benefits into other sectors, such as technology, smart cities and conservation, providing insights into new and emerging technologies - as well as being a forum for delegates to learn, share and network.
Who should attend:
- Heads of Asset & Estates
- Director of Infrastructure
- Senior Property Managers/ Officers
- Civil Engineering Technicians
- Contract/ Procurement Managers
- Valuation Surveyors/ Architects
- Inspection Team Leaders
- Architectural Service Managers
- Capital & Revenue Investment Managers/ Officers
- Quality Control Officers
- CTO, Heads of ICT and Data
- Energy Efficiency Managers
- Head of Operations
- Community Regeneration Directors
- Building Space Managers
- Energy & Engineering Team Leaders
- Head of Transport Infrastructure
- Maintenance Team Leaders
- Estate Optimisation Managers
- Director of Capital Planning & Projects