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TAUC Talks Webinar: The New Jobsite - How Data Density Will Change Construction

Thursday, October 7, 2021 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern)

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TAUC Talks Webinar: The New Jobsite - How Data Density Will Change Construction will be held on Thursday, October 7, 2021. Our presenter Hugh Seaton, the author of “The Construction Technology Handbook”, will provide attendees with an overview of how the abundance of data and our collective ability to analyze that data is impacting the construction industry. The webinar will be held through Zoom and access details will be provided to all registrants prior to the event, please register at your earliest convenience!

Presenter: Hugh Seaton
October 7, 2021, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST

Hugh Seaton has followed his passion for the built environment for well over a decade, from BIM technology collaboration in China to launching an AI field technology product in 2019, to his current role as head of CSI Crosswalk. Hugh is author of the Construction Technology Handbook (Wiley, 2021), the Construction Technology Quarterly, and host of the Constructed Futures Podcast. Hugh also brings almost two decades of technology marketing experience, where he worked with Google, Sony, Philips, Qwest Communications and Blizzard entertainment. Hugh is graduate of Columbia Business School, and lives in Austin, Texas.

For more information, please contact Mr. Todd Mustard at tmustard@tauc.org.

Registration Fees:

These fees are available through 10/06/2021
Name Price Available To
TAUC Governing/LEO/Affliliate/Regular Members $75.00   Governing Member
Affiliate Member
LEO Member
Regular Member
Non-Members $99.00   NonMember

Cancellation and Other Policies:

To cancel your meeting registration, please email Ms. Gwen Jackson at gjackson@tauc.org or by phone at 703-524-3336 ext. 111.

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Ms. Gwen Jackson
Executive Assistant
Email: gjack127@outlook.com
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