The Construction Institute has developed a series of presentations called "Construction Institute 101", which are designed to bring together everyone who works in, markets and supports the AEC industry. Each semester we present a new session that will dive into a particular facet of the industry. We will discuss how we connect with each other, ways we can better collaborate and gain a general understanding of how we can work together effectively.
Whether you are a student preparing to enter the workforce or a seasoned AEC professional, this workshop series is for you.
As technology continues to advance our productivity and communications in the workplace and our lives, so does the plethora of options we must choose from to stay current. How do we decide what we should invest in? This year’s CI 101 educational event will review technology that is currently driving the A/E/C workforce, cutting edge technology gaining traction, and technology on the horizon. We will discuss tools designed to help us manage our workflow more efficiently, communicate with our project teams more effectively, all the while managing big data with quick accessibility and real time group sharing.
In conjunction, we will analyze different user group needs and brainstorm ideas to make project data flow. Imagine if we could create useful and usable information throughout the project that gets carried all the way to the end users, without recreating it each step of the way, in a vacuum?
Please join us in learning what technology could be ideal for your particular discipline and your particular firm. Whether you are looking to become more tech-aware, or already tech-savvy and want to hear what’s next; come join the conversation and help your firm reach higher.
TO REGISTER: University of Hartford faculty, staff, and students can attend this Construction Institute workshop at a DISCOUNTED RATE. Download the flyer or click here to register online.
CI is offering 5 FREE STUDENT SPOTS to this session to the first 5 students who email firstname.lastname@example.org directly.