BE Summit moves virtual

Photo by Lance Anderson on Unsplash.

Australia’s leading built environment event, the BE Summit, has combined its Melbourne and Sydney Events, moving to a free virtual event scheduled for September 10, 2021.

Almost 1000 people have registered for the Summit which will feature speakers from throughout Australia debating the path to recovery for the industry.

The program brings together Australia’s built environment leaders, government policymakers, and market experts to discuss a roadmap of recovery and pave the way for future construction and development within Australia’s built environments.

The Summit will be launched by Victorian Treasurer, Tim Pallas MP, speaking about the post-pandemic recovery and what the built environment sector can expect in the coming years.

New speakers for the virtual event include Matt Lovegrove (EY Asia-Pacific Markets), Tim Lawless (CoreLogic Asia Pacific), Nerida Conisbee (Ray White) and Dr Mark Burgess (CSIRO).

BE Summit Event Manager, James Laing, said the move to a virtual event ensures professionals across Australia and internationally can keep up to date with the big issues.

“This event gives free access to vital discussions about the latest building construction technologies and what the future holds for the building construction industries,” said Mr Laing.

“With hundreds of people already registered, it’s clear everyone is taking time to keep abreast of issues at this pivotal moment in history,” he said.

The MC for the Summit will be author, presenter and political commentator, Jamil Rizvi, and sessions include:

Has COVID Killed the City

Panelists Nicolas Reece, Deputy Lord Mayor of City of Melbourne, Balder Tol, General Manager of We Work and Craig Shute, Managing Director of JLL.

ACIF Forecast Briefing and Discussion

Panelists Tim Lawless, CoreLogic Asia Pacific, Marc Tessari, New Business Analyst of Probuild, Nerida Conisbee, Chief Economist Ray White, Bob Richardson, Managing Director of Xmirus and Kerry Barwise, ACIF Chief Forecaster.

The Future of Work and What it Means for the Built Environment

Panelists Matt Lovegrove, EY Asia-Pacific Markets Leader, Laurie Aznavoorian, Strategy and Business Lead of Bates Smart, Caroline Boyce, Senior Workplace Strategy Consultant of Lendlease, and Bryan Froud, Director, Consulting of JLL.

Conformance and Compliance in the Wake of the Lacrosse Fire

Panelists include Richard Choy, CEO of Natspec, Dr Mark Burgess, CSIOR Director of Infrastructure Technology, and Michael Adams, Fellow of the Australia Institute of Architects.

The Global Impact of BIM

Panelists to be finalised include Bebecca di Ciccio, Principal Digital Operations at Aurecon and facilitated by Jamila Rivzi.

To register follow this link: https://besummit.com.au/register/


Related stories:

Interesting? Share this article