Modular Construction & Prefabrication Australia 2014

Date
2014-08-26 - 2014-08-27
Organizer
Event contact first name
Keal
Event contact last name
Wilson
Email
enquire@iqpc.com.au
Event contact telephone number
02 9229 1000
Description

This year’s Modular construction and prefabrication event centers on establishing proven, on-time, cost effective, and quality project delivery strategies. As modular construction and prefabrication gains popularity, project managers from across sectors are met with new operational difficulties and structural challenges that threaten to offset the benefits, this event focuses on strategies to mitigate these threats. Critical topics for 2014 - Optimising supply chain capability for on time and cost effective project delivery - Exploring opportunities for modular construction in healthcare, residential and education - Regulations and compliance in modular construction: Ensuring that your modular structures are approved and certified - Monitoring quality of overseas manufacturers. Is there an alternative? - Cost Vs. Quality: Assessing the premium offered by modular construction and is it worth the investment - More than a cardboard box: An insight into modular services and customising modular construction for your specifications - Impact of modular construction on labour: How less onsite labour requirements will impact jobs and skillset of the construction industry - And much more

Attendee information

Who you will meet at Modular Construction and Prefabrication 2014? Project Managers & Directors Project Engineers Infrastructure Managers Construction Managers Clients and Asset/Project Owners Government Bodies Procurement Managers EPCM's Modular Building Managers Fabrication Managers On site delivery Managers Strategic Sourcing Managers Construction Engineers Technical Managers Logistics Managers

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