Sep 25 2014

Project Controls credentials showcased at London Expo

Project Control Project Controls Expo 2014 is set to take place on 18th November at the Emirates Stadium, London.  As a key sponsor of the exhibition, we are able to offer a limited number of free tickets to customers (entry price usually £100 + VAT).

Project Controls Expo is the world’s largest event for Project Control professionals in the construction, Oil & Gas, Infrastructure, Defence, Nuclear & Government sectors.  The conference is dedicated to providing practitioners, employers, customers and suppliers with significant and theoretical understanding of the processes, tools and techniques involved with applying effective Project Control.

Featuring master class sessions, case studies, workshops, technical presentations from international speakers.  Attendees can learn the very latest about topics such as: Agile & Earned Value, Embedding best practice, Managing risk under the NEC contract, BIM & Project Controls, Cost Engineering and Risk Analysis.

We will be showcasing how our customers have improved their integrated project control processes over large scale programmes of work, including:

Connect Plus: Financial Control over improvements to the M25

  • Insight into how the consortium who maintain and manage the M25 and its associated trunk roads and junctions plan and deliver over 100 improvement packages each year.
  • Details on the commercial challenge of consolidating financial reports on line items such as labour, materials and sub-contractor costs from a network of 100 different suppliers.
  • How they are able to view the potential consequence of change on a time/cost basis and allocate costs and resource to mitigate risk.
  • By what method they measure progress and compare it against the investment portfolio schedule to ensure they are on schedule.


If you are a CONJECT user or a professional in project controls and would like to attend Project Controls Expo 2014 event on 18th November, click here to apply for a free ticket (provided on a first come, first serve basis). Tickets normally cost £100, so why not order yours now to save money and benefit from attending the world’s largest Project Control’s event?  Project Controls Expo


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