The 10th National Construction Summit will see thousands of delegates descend on Blanchardstown’s Sport Ireland campus on 18 April for what is set to be the essential for all involved in the trade.
With the woes of the pandemic behind, the summit will focus on 10 key themes including smart off-site construction, skills, infrastructure, public and private housing, as well as sustainability, and innovation.
The stated aim of the all-island National Construction Summit is to bring together 150 companies across all aspects of the industry in order to stimulate debate, enrich knowledge and connect stakeholders involved in the finance, design, construction and management of Ireland’s buildings, infrastructure and industrial projects.
From the largest companies to specialists in all aspects of the industry the 10th summit promises to join industry peers for an engaging and thought provoking event which will stimulate debate on how Ireland can rebuild its construction and property industry in a sustainable manner to meet the real needs of Ireland and create a stable long term future of the industry and the country on both sides of the border, especially in the wake of Brexit.
Matching the themes key topics will include planning, facility management, energy efficiency, transport, regulation, sustainability, innovation, design, architecture, and the hot button topic of smart cities and buildings.
Industry leaders have been confirmed as speakers, with further speakers to be added.
The National Construction Summit is free to attend as a delegate.
To learn more about the event, register or exhibit visit nationalconstructionsummit.ie