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Sep 11 2015

Worlds largest Project Controls Expo returns to London, free tickets available via CONJECT

Project ControlOn Tuesday 13th October, Project Control’s Expo returns to London’s Emirates Stadium and as a key sponsor we have a limited number of free tickets (retail cost is £100) to share with our users and readers.

PC Expo is the world’s largest event for Project Control professionals in the Construction, Oil & Gas, Infrastructure, Rail, 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.

CONJECT will be exhibiting and our team will be on hand to detail how the likes of National Grid, Connect Plus, Mace and Atlanta Gas are using our collaborative software to improve their visibility, control and governance on multi-million pound projects and programmes of work.
To book your ticket click on the button below:

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To find out more about our Project Controls capabilities, click here to read our brochure.

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Michelle Mason

Michelle Mason leads the UK and MEAP Marketing team, with far too many years in B2B marketing to mention. A CONJECT newbie, Michelle is eagerly climbing a steep learning curve.

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