YOU’RE INVITED

The webinar will unpack the state of digitalization in the built environment and chart the way forward for digital transformation, BIM adoption and digital twins

Hosted By : CBE in partnership with CARINBE
Click here to RSVP

Date: 24 & 25 January 2023

Time: 12pm – 2pm Daily

Event Program for Days 1 & 2

1 12:00- 12:10 pm Opening Remarks
2 12:10-12:50 pm Introduction of Survey & Findings
3 12:50 pm-13:05pm Questions & Comments
4 13:05 pm-13:55 pm Discussion on Findings & Position
5 13:55 pm-14:00 pm Closing Remarks

SPEAKER

Prof I Musonda Innocent, Ph.D. (Eng. Man), REng (ZM) PrCM MCIOB MEIZ

Innocent holds a PhD in Engineering Management and qualifications in construction management and civil engineering. He is a registered civil engineer (Zambia), construction manager (South Africa), and a full member of the chartered institute of the building (CIOB-UK) and the International Council for research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB). He has worked for both the public and private sectors in Southern Africa. He is currently a Professor in Construction Project Management, researcher, invited speaker, founder and director of the Centre for applied research and innovation in the built environment (CARINBE) based at the University of Johannesburg

January 25, 2023
Carinbe Cbe Webinar Flyer

Latest News

| View All News
...

UJ strengthens STEM education for high school learners


As South Africa’s educational landscape undergoes significant transformation, the University

...

CCP-FEWS appoints Distinguished Visiting Professor, Prof. Charis Galanakis


The Centre for Cyber-Physical Food, Energy & Water Systems, Faculty

...

Vice-Chancellor Message – 16 February 2024


With the 2024 Academic Programme beginning in earnest this week,

...

UJ seminar series reflects on 30 Years of Democracy, examines…


Over the course of South Africa (SA)’s three decades of

...

Hospitality Management student wins big at 2024 MEA Future Leaders…


Kamohelo Hoeane, a recent graduate from the University of Johannesburg’s