Bringing together manufacturers and users of new construction technology, the Computers for Construction 2001 conference will descend on the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, from November 13-15.

More than 200 exhibitors will be showing off the latest in products and services geared toward project and document management, estimating and bidding, financial management, fleet and asset management, and site preparation, among others. In addition to the exhibition floor, attendees will have more than 70 conference seminars to choose from, focusing on everything from successfully managing remote sites to tool tracking and equipment control.

Keynote speaking duties fall upon Peter F. Coyle, project executive for Driscoll/Hunt and Richard West, vice president and project executive with Turner Construction Co. The pair will discuss the planning, design and construction of the Philadelphia Eagles’ new football stadium (to open in 2003) and the Philadelphia Phillies new ballpark (opening in 2004), projects that cost $1.1 billion. Coyle and West will address attendees on Tuesday, November 13, at 8:30 a.m.

For more information on the conference or to register online, visit Early registrants will receive conference discounts and a free exhibit hall pass.