As the voice of the Irish construction industry, the CIF’s annual conference is the industry’s flagship event. The conference attracted more than 600 delegates from the entire range of industry stakeholders who operate both nationally and internationally.
The CIF Conference focused on how the industry can deliver products and services that enable Ireland to compete on the global stage. Constructing Ireland 2040: How the industry will shape communities, careers and competitiveness in the next 25 years.
Speakers included Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy, Management consultant, non-executive director, motivational speaker, pragmatic and practical champion for women in construction, engineering and science Sandi Rhys Jones OBE, Caroline Spillane Director General of Engineers Ireland, Jeanette Mair, Economic and Policy Research Executive among many others.
We had a great day with interesting discussions with conference attendees about the importance of having on-site cameras for project management and video production.
Here of a few photos of the event so far…
Vinnie Quinn & Tammy Bennett all set at the Evercam stand.
Lottie was there to answer any question about construction cameras.
Ministerial Address: Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government – Eoghan Murphy TD spoke to the needs of the people and that the public and private sectors should work together to reach the same destination-a better Ireland.
Henrik Lund-Nielsen, the founder of CEO of Printhuset A/S, discussed how 3D printing transforms the future of the construction industry.
Chris Sexton, Technical Director at Crossrail took the CIF Conference audience through the €16.8 billion London Crossrail Project and what Ireland can learn from it.
And we made it up to the “big wall” in the main room, see #CIFConference.
“Never underestimate what you know.” Sandi Rhys Jones, businesswoman & change agent delivered the afternoon keynote address at CIF Conference looking at gender diversity in the construction industry.