Summit Registration Information
Join us this fall: date and registration portal coming soon!
Your Chance to Learn from Industry Peers
Improving Project Performance
The Construction Productivity Summit is presented in alignment with the Construction Owners Association of Alberta Best Practices Conference 2020. Attend both events and save on registration fees!
Join leading construction project owners, EPCs, constructors, engineers, technology providers and other key stakeholders for a major industry forum and learn how Alberta can achieve world-class competitiveness through the application of globally-implemented construction productivity and project performance initiatives. The Summit is happening this fall at the Edmonton Convention Centre in Edmonton, AB.
The program for this event is being guided by an advisory board consisting of project owners and industry associations, and developed with the support of subject matter expert development teams that will bring a variety of thought-provoking presentations panel discussions to the stage.
Registration is not yet open; watch this space for updates or contact email@example.com to inquire.
What to Expect from the Summit
Don’t miss this one-day, content-packed summit and networking event that will bring together some of the top minds in construction performance, presented by Group ASI. The AWP Summit directly precedes the start of the COAA Best Practices Conference, and is being hosted in the same venue (Edmonton Convention Centre; formerly Shaw Conference Centre).
With a focus on Alberta, you will learn from local and global best practice implementers on the project owners’ expectations and priorities. You’ll discover the latest and greatest research, developments and publications driving project performance and productivity from the Construction Owners Association of Alberta and The Construction Industry Institute. You’ll understand the business case for AWP and related initiatives. You’ll gain new perspectives on crucial data concepts related to AWP, including leading-edge topics such as data strings, data standards and digital twins. Through case studies and examples, you’ll learn about proven methods to improve construction productivity for projects of varied size and complexity, and you’ll gain practical knowledge that can be applied to the design and implementation of your project management systems. Your key takeaway from this event is: how can Alberta gain a world-class competitive advantage in an increasingly challenging global marketplace?