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Deloitte and Autodesk to jointly unveil 2024 State of Digital Adoption in Construction

A pipeline of major projects totalling $15.4 billion nationally is expected to break ground in calendar year 2024, according to Oxford Economics Australia, up by 13% from 20231. Meanwhile, the residential construction sectors will benefit from Australia’s expected population growth as this will create demand for new housing, infrastructure, and commercial space, as latest AIQS research shows.2

A pipeline of major projects totalling $15.4 billion nationally is expected to break ground in calendar year 2024, according to Oxford Economics Australia, up by 13 per cent from 2023. Meanwhile, the residential construction sectors will benefit from Australia’s expected population growth as this will create demand for new housing, infrastructure, and commercial space, as latest AIQS research shows.2

Join the free webinar on April 18, 1 pm AEST where Deloitte and Autodesk will share new findings from the 2024 State of Digital Adoption in Construction Report. This joint research study with Autodesk highlights emerging trends impacting the construction and engineering industry and the state of technology adoption in Australia, Singapore, India, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Japan, providing industry benchmarks for other Asia Pacific markets.

David Rumbens, Partner at Deloitte Access Economics, and Sumit Oberoi, Industry Strategy Manager, APAC at Autodesk, will share:

  • Current and future technology adoption trends in the Construction and Engineering sector
  • The rise of AI in construction and its top use cases
  • Industry benchmarks on how technology usage and investments impact business performance
  • Measurable business results from greater digital adoption
  • New success stories on how APAC construction firms improved project outcomes with robust digitalisation strategies
  • Recommendations for successful digital transformation

Registrants will receive a complimentary copy of the State of Digital Adoption in Construction Report 2024, by Deloitte and Autodesk. Eligible participants will also be awarded a Certificate of Attendance.

Register to attend here.

Source:

1 Australian Non-residential building major project outlook for 2024, February 2024, Oxford Economics Australia.
2
2024 construction industry forecast, January 2024, Infrastructure Magazine.

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