When6.5.2019 - 6.6.2019
The Future of Tools, Equipment, and Machinery.
At Machines, we’ll dive into advances in construction machinery, tools, and equipment are revolutionizing the building process every day. You’ll learn how labor shortages and escalating labor prices are driving a need for increased automation, and how the rise of prefabrication and modularization is shaping the industry.
Venue Details | June 5-6
Westin Chicago Michigan Avenue | 909 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611
Wednesday, June 5
In the Shop Sessions: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Networking Reception: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Machines 50 Award Reception: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm (During Networking Reception)
Reception honoring Speakers and Judges: 7:30pm – 9:30pm @EMC2 in the Symmetry Room
Thursday, June 6
In the Field Sessions: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
- Dan Klancnik, SVP, BE&K
- Daniel Levin, CEO, Cain Millwork
- Eric Lindquist, CEO, Adjustable Forms
- Ernie Anderson, Equipment Manager, Graycor
- Eveart Foster, Technical Services Engineer, Pepper Construction
- Eyad Samad, Account Manager, Windward Roofing & Construction
- Gary Rabine, CEO, Rabine Group
- Hermann Schneider, President, X10 Consulting
- Marty Trainor, Vice President of Preconstruction, Ventana
- Terrence McNamara, Director of Tech Innovation, A. Teichert & Son, Inc.
- Tobias Hogan, Director of Agile Operations, Aldridge Group
- Travis Voss, Technology Manager, Mechanical Inc.
More to be Announced!
THIS EVENT IS GREAT FOR:
They make sure that their portfolio of construction projects is run efficiently and affordably. They make the final call about which new technologies to invest in order to grow. Machines will give them unique insight into the full landscape of construction tools, equipment, machinery, and associated processes.
Senior Field Professionals, Engineers, Equipment Managers
As a professional in charge of executing the end product, they are greatly impacted by the enormous changes affecting the preconstruction, design and build processes. The Machines Conference will give them insight into how new technology is enabling automation on the jobsite, and how that affects workforce trends and project delivery strategies.
As a leader in the creation of technology products that impact our construction sites, they must find creative ways to integrate their solutions into construction processes and make connections to help grow their product’s awareness.
More details to be released soon.
Day 1 Schedule
Digital Innovations in Prefabrication
Todd Liebbe, President, GTP Services | Travis Voss, Technology Manager, Mechanical Inc.
The growing trend of prefabrication in construction is lifting the industry to new heights in efficiency and productivity. Contributing to that trend is the adoption of BIM technology and other digital tools. Learn how digital innovation is helping to integrate and visualize critical project information in the practice of off-site fabrication.
Additive Manufacturing in Off-Site Fabrication
Gianluca Cusatis, Associate Professor, Northwestern University
Explore advances in 3D printing technology, exciting applications for 3D printing in the built world, and what leading builders and technologists anticipate for the future of additive manufacturing in prefabrication.
Networking & Expo Break
Keynote: Highrise Modular Buildings
Roger Krulak, Founder & CEO, FullStack Modular LLC
Modular Construction & Project Delivery
Chris Giattina, CEO, BLOX | Scott Root, Director of Virtual Construction, Kitchell | Angela Spadoni, Director of Residential Architecture, Skender
The trend of modular construction is dramatically altering the structure of project delivery. As project teams become more and more vertically-integrated and the role of off-site fabrication continues to increase, the modern construction project is more streamlined and efficient than ever before. Hear from some of the leading modular builders about how project delivery is evolving.
Katerra's K90 project
Rob Caputo, Director of Construction Operations, Katerra
Katerra’s K90 project outside of Las Vegas is a 24-unit garden apartment designed to be completed in 90 days – 30-50 days less than the average project of this size. Hear from Director of Construction Operations Rob Caputo about how Katerra is making this exciting project a reality.
Machines 50 Award Ceremony
The Machines 50 features innovative equipment, machinery, and tools being used at the frontier of the built environment. From robotics to 3D printing technology to autonomous vehicle fleets and beyond, these impressive machines are advancing our ability to build efficiently and cost-effectively.
Dan Klancnik, SVP, BE&K
Daniel Levin, CEO, Cain Millwork
Eric Lindquist, CEO, Adjustable Forms Ernie Anderson, Equipment Manager, Graycor
Eveart Foster, Technical Services Engineer, Pepper Construction
Eyad Samad, Account Manager, Windward Roofing & Construction
Gary Rabine, CEO, Rabine Group
Hermann Schneider, President, X10 Consulting
Marty Trainor, Vice President of Preconstruction, Ventana
Terrence McNamara, Director of Tech Innovation, A. Teichert & Son, Inc.
Tobias Hogan, Director of Agile Operations, Aldridge Group
Travis Voss, Technology Manager, Mechanical Inc.
Reception honoring Speakers
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Day 2 Schedule
Keynote: The Fully Autonomous Job Site
Mitch Tobias, WW Market Manager, Caterpillar
Hear from Caterpillar's Mitch Tobias about his vision for the fully autonomous construction jobsite. With new applications for automation, equipment tracking capability, data analytics, and other emerging technology, the next step is industry-wide adoption. Join the conversation to prepare for the jobsite of the future.
Industry Insights: Advanced Machinery & Robotics
Ben Callam, Innovation Lead, McCarthy | Michael Schyman, Corporate Director, Aldridge Group | Mike Cohn, President, Rock Solid Stabilization and Reclamation | Derek Smith, Lean Innovation Manager, Civil Group, Mortenson
Featuring the owners and users of construction equipment, this panel will shed light on the future of construction machinery from a ‘boots-on-the-ground’ perspective. What goes into safely and efficiently operating and maintaining these machines? How are advancements to field robotics and autonomous machinery changing the role of the contractor and how can others be best prepared for changes to come in the near future?
Networking & Expo Break
Fireside Chat: Equipment Management Systems
Brendan Shannon, Total Control Manager, United Rentals | Lena Beal, Principal Category Manager, Exelon Corporation
Owning and operating construction machinery is no small task. Luckily, there are digital tools to help builders with equipment procurement, tracking and controlling costs, accessing invoices, and more. Join us alongside United Rentals’ Brendan Shannon and Exelon's Lena Beal to dive into the world of construction equipment management systems and how they make equipment owners’ jobs easier.
Fireside Chat: Equipment Tracking & Monitoring
Jose Cueva, Co-Founder, Tenna | Anirudh Reddy, CEO, Einsite
On the modern jobsite, manual and paper-based equipment tracking is no longer effective. With massive fleets of equipment and vehicles to manage, and people to coordinate, contractors are well-served by software platforms that allow them to monitor and track their assets and progress. Learn how digital tools help owners know where their assets are, how they are being used, and when they need to be maintained.
The Power of Telematics
Mark Power, IoT Client Director, Sprint Corporation
With an influx of jobsite data and new ways to collect information and perform critical work, it's imperative that our jobsites have a strong network connection. We'll learn about the industrial IoT solutions that are being offered and implemented in order to make our equipment and jobsites smarter and to put our data to work.
The Future of Field Robotics
Mike Hargadon, Founder & President, Hope Robotics | Saajan Chana, Systems Engineer, Cambridge Consultants | Jeremy Searock, Co-founder & Vice President, Advanced Construction Robotics
With developments to autonomous robotic technology, the jobsite is headed for a radical transformation. These machines take on the heavily-repeated, labor-intensive tasks that can delay project delivery and strain budgets. As a result, construction managers and contractors can better allocate their resources while still being confident in the quality of work being done. What are some examples of these exciting new jobsite robots? What challenges still need to be addressed before they are ready for industry-wide adoption?
Break into intimate discussion groups to explore the following topics:
(1) Digital Advances in Prefabrication
(2) 3D Printing in Construction
(3) Autonomous Machinery on the Job Site
(4) Tool and Equipment Tracking
We want to hear from our audience on what they've learned, how they're implementing many of the themes we've talked about, and where we go from here.
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VIP KICK OFF PARTY
Wednesday June 5 from 5:30PM – 7:30PM
Location: Westin Chicago Michigan Avenue Chicago | 909 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611
Join us for an intimate evening of drinks, hors-d’oeuvres, and networking with conference speakers, special guests, and BuiltWorlds member companies after the first day of programming. We keep the guest list small and the drinks cold so you can focus on making the connections that matter. Space is limited and tickets will sell out.
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