Be Summit part of Australia's Week of Built Environment events May 2022

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Thursday, 03 March, 2022


Be Summit part of Australia's Week of Built Environment events May 2022

Running in person for the first time on Friday, 13 May, Be Summit, a one-day conference dedicated to Australia’s built environment sector, will be rounding off four days of immersion in the latest products, technology and education from the leaders in the built environment. In an Australian first, the Be Summit will be one of four events hosted at the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention centre, as part of a week of events for professionals across the sector.

Covering industries ranging from planning and construction to technology and facilities management, DesignBUILD, Total Facilities (TFX), the Be Summit and Digital Construction Week will join forces to create a unique built environment event for Melbourne.

The Summit features a full speaking agenda of industry leaders, government officials and market leaders plus valuable networking opportunities. Featured speakers include Jerad Tinnin of Hassell, Caitlin Guilfoyle of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Elly Dalziel of Mirvac and Matt Bien-Izowski of Autodesk. Topics will cover the latest thought leadership within Australia’s built environment with headlining sessions ‘Post-Covid CBDs and the Future of Work’, ‘Integrating the Circular Economy into the Built Environment’ and ‘What is Next for Technology in Construction’.

Early bird ticket prices to the Be Summit are now available and offer those who purchase a ticket and attend automatic and free access to both DesignBUILD and Total Facilities prior to the conference.

Click here for more information.

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