2nd November, 2021

Murphy Geospatial Bats for Innovation at Lean Construction Ireland Conference

Murphy Geospatial Bats for Innovation at Lean Construction Ireland Conference

Proliferated by Toyota in the aftermath of WWII, lean production and its associated principles have continued to boom in popularity. As a forward-thinking organisation, Murphy Geospatial is proud to be exhibiting at the Lean Construction Ireland Conference, designed to drive transformational change.

This year, the LCi conference will be hosted live through a virtual platform, enabling more attendees than ever to get involved with the event. On 3rd November, hundreds of organisations and delegates will discuss lean principles and the role they have to play in digitalisation. Since this is one of the leading lean construction conferences globally, we can’t wait to showcase our offering and reconnect with our wider community.

This year’s conference is structured around the LCi’s strategic breakthrough objectives: clients, contractual processes and capability development. Throughout the day, attendees will have the chance to enjoy a stream of concise presentations and a series of question and answer sessions. As well as participating in transformative conversations, it’s also the perfect opportunity to get in some essential post-pandemic networking too.

Lean ideas are all about elevating efficiency, productivity and sustainability – three outcomes our work aims to achieve. By capturing, collating, verifying and governing geospatial data, we’re able to level up clients in construction and beyond. Our team will be sharing some of our latest ideas and innovations with the LCi community, offering critical insights into the changing landscape of construction.

Tickets for the LCi conference range in price and can be purchased directly from the organiser’s Eventbrite page. They even offer a heavily discounted student ticket for the bright young minds driving our industry forward.

If you’re planning on attending this year’s conference, make sure to say hello to the Murphy Geospatial team and stop by for a virtual chat.