BIMcrunch has been named an official Media Partner for Digital Construction Week 2015, the brand-new industry event changing the face of the architecture, engineering, and construction industries from design all the way through to operation.
Organised by Exposure Media, Digital Construction Week takes place across October 20th to October 22nd and is made up of three separate events: the Westminster VIP Reception on October 20th; the two-day Digital Construction Show from October 21st to October 22nd, and the Digital Construction Awards on October 22nd.
“Digital Construction Week is going to be an absolutely monumental event and I am ecstatic that BIMcrunch will be at the heart of it,” said BIMcrunch Editor Jack White. “The unheard-of collection of ‘BIM4’ industry groups coming together to form the BIM Hub Village is a majorly exciting feature of DCW that will make the event simply unmissable. There is to be a VIP reception, large-scale event and awards evening all in one week and we endeavour to be at the forefront of the action for our readers.”
This news follows our coverage of the festival-style week of conferences from Tuesday when we provided you all with a preview of what is to come. Alongside information relating to dates of when the main three events take place, we also disclosed some of the Industry Partners and Event Sponsors.
“We’re really excited to have BIMcrunch on-board as a media partner for Digital Construction Week,” stated Oliver Hughes, Director of Digital Construction Week. “We’ll be exploring digital technologies and innovation across the entire AECO industry and BIM is obviously a big part of that. Working with BIMcrunch gives us a great partner and we’ll be sharing some exclusive updates through the site about our BIM-related content at the show as well as any BIM-related fringe events hosted throughout the week.”
Hughes continued: “We’ll also be sending out some exclusive interviews through BIMcrunch so keep your eyes peeled for more updates. In particular we’ll have a paid conference alongside a whole host of free to attend seminars, the paid part is very much the anti-conference so expect to see some exciting speakers you won’t have seen anywhere else.”