130 papers on topics such as risk management, sustainability and project performance
As many as 200 construction management researchers will discuss the future of the industry at the Association of Researchers in Construction Management conference this month in Nottingham’s Albert Hall.
Hosted by Nottingham Trent University, and sponsored by the CIOB, the 25th annual event will focus on "rethinking construction management".
Keynote speakers include the president of the CIOB Li Shirong, chief scientific advisor to the Department for Communities and Local Government Michael Kelly, and ARCOM honorary life president, David Langford.
Delegates can select from presentations of over 130 papers on a range of subjects such as risk management, sustainability and project performance.
The three-day conference will be chaired by Andrew Dainty from Loughborough University.
The event will run from September 7-9 at Nottingham’s Albert Hall.
For more details visit Nottingham Trent University.