ConstructGMIT Presentations 2021
The following presentations have been supplied by the speakers at GMIT's 11th Annual International Construction Management Day, held virtually on Tuesday, 9th March, 2021:
"AECOM Annual Review of the Construction Sector and its prospects"
Mr John O'Regan
Director AECOM Ireland
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"The lifelong learning journey to improve competence for built environment professionals"
Mr John Barfoot
Learning, Education and Academic Director, Chartered Association of Building Engineers
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"The housing shortage, the cost of housing development in Ireland and disincentives to build in the cost models"
Mr Micheal Mahon
President, The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland
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"Industry technological innovation - Overview of the National Digital Skills Centre and the National Construction Technology Centre"
Mr Sean Downey
Director, Specialist Contracting
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"The Digital Academy for a Sustainable Built Environment (DASBE) is a multi-institute HCI funded project, which has recently received €7.5 million in exchequer funding to support the digital delivery of sustainable building technologies and help address the wider OECD Building Back Better policy response to Covid-19"
Mr John Scahill
Lecturer in Sustainable Building Technologies GMIT
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"The Circular Economy and how industry may alter our design and construction perspectives in a sustainable light, including educational responses"
Dr Mark Kelly
Lecturer and Build360 group lead GMIT
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"Policy issues and strategic pathways using a novel visual building regulation pedagogy will be positioned in the professional development landscape"
Ms Irene Hayden
Lecturer in Sustainable Building Technologies in GMIT
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"Current and future skills need in Building Information Modelling and Digital construction, assessing how the significant current shortfalls in skills may be met"
Mr Gerard Nicholson
Lecturer in Digital technologies and process GMIT
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