Digital Built Week 2019

Event Dates

July 17- 20, 2019

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VENUE

Hyatt Regency, Seattle

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Abstracts Close Jan 7, 2019

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Registration opens March 2019

Design Technology Summit (DTS) – July 17th – 18th, 2019

The Design Technology Summit (DTS) is an exclusive event that brings together professionals in the AE industry responsible for managing and implementing design technology. It offers attendees a unique environment to discuss issues, engage collective experiences, workshop ideas, and devise relevant, creative solutions to keep at the forefront of the constantly evolving technology landscape.

Data Day – July 17th – 18th, 2019

Data Day is a one-day conference that focuses on data management and visualization within the AECO industry. Conference attendees will network with other data professionals, and learn what the industry is doing, where it is heading, and understand what skills are required to leverage data within a building project environment.

Building Content Summit (BCS) – July 18th – 19th, 2019

The Building Content Summit is an event dedicated to bringing together thought leaders from within the disciplines of Design, Manufacturing, Software and Service Providers. It is here that attendees will learn of different perspectives, help develop and set trends, connect with peers and learn how to get the most out of their BIM content. This year, BCS will be again be held concurrently with BILT NA on the Thursday 18th & Friday 19th, July, 2019.

BILT North America – July 18th – 20th, 2019

BILT NA is the last of the 4 events taking place during the week of events in North America and will be held from Thursday 17th to Saturday 20th of July, 2019. For anyone who isn't yet familiar with the event, ‘BILT’ is a reflection of the AECO community - Buildings, Infrastructure and Lifecycle, supported by Technology. It is a global event series for the designers, builders, owners and operators of the built environment.
“The BILT Conference and Exhibition provided the opportunity to be a part of a community of professionals looking to innovate and improve the architecture, engineering, and construction industries. It connects a large range of professionals with different skill sets and encourages discussions and exploration of new workflows driving change in the industry.”
- Derek Zero, Turner Construction Company
“As a newly appointed BIM Manager there are many directions you can go and many areas for improvement. BiLT helped me find better procedures for this process and also reinforced all my decisions in creating a better Revit environment. When you are the only one making those decisions it can be hard to tell if you are doing the best practices. All of the sessions I went to will help me make better decisions for my company in the months to come.”
- Fernando Useche, HOK
“At the BILT conference I connected with a number of talented and inspired professionals from around the world. It has the feel of an industry "insiders" convention, where you have an opportunity to make personal connections and really get to know the vendors. The conference organizers are clearly focused on providing quality over quantity, and this translates to a terrific convention experience ”
- Dan Boghean, OZ Architecture