Theometrics and the Intelligent Jobsites Alliance are presenting a special "owner-centric" conference focusing on the immense transformative power of technology and innovation, addressing new "best practices" and "legal standards of care" in the real estate, architectural, engineering and construction industries.
Our mission, which is aligned with New York City and State government objectives, is to make New York the epicenter of construction technology – resulting in reduced construction costs, risk-mitigation, the creation of new jobs and workforce development.
We are very excited in the participation David Kirkpatrick, Author of The Facebook Effect, Founder of The Techonomy Conference with Deputy Mayor Cas Holloway and other senior government officials to be announced shortly, along with top experts, universities, industry leaders, innovators and decision makers. We believe all stakeholders would benefit greatly from participation in this groundbreaking event, helping to navigate our way out of the recession while advancing Construction’s Technological Revolution.
The Intelligent Jobsites Conference should not be confused as simply another BIM conference for the construction industry. The Intelligent Jobsites Conference will address the new legal standard of care, risk mitigation and cost-reductions affecting the Real Estate, Architectural, Engineering and Construction Industries and answer the decades-old question of why it costs so much to build in the New York region. The status quo is unacceptable, and we will discuss how best to innovate through cost-effective and readily available technologies to significantly decrease costs and risks.
Participation in this conference makes you a partner in progress, advancing construction's technological revolution while cementing New York as the Epicenter of Construction Technologies.
Please join us in making history by launching “Construction’s Technological Revolution.”
Friday, October 19, 2012
McGraw-Hill Auditorium @ 48 Street
1221 Avenue of the Americas
New York City