This is a call for papers for the Project Controls Expo 2022 scheduled to take place on Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th November 2022.

The shortlisted papers get an opportunity to present/speak at Project Controls Expo and also gets inclusion on the Project Controls Expo website (technical papers) section.

Please note:

Papers are invited for the following zones and must be within the domain of Project Controls.

  • All the approved papers will also be included on (unless the author chooses not to take up this option).
  • Papers are invited from around the globe. If invited to present at Projects Controls Expo, the winner will be offered a one-night hotel stay near the venue and an invitation to the attend the FULL Project Controls Expo Awards dinner.
  • Project Controls Expo can offer only limited support to gain any necessary visa required to enter the UK and therefore, visa expenses and arrangement are the responsibility of winner/author.

These workshops will be organised by PCE directly. The topics in consideration are Data Analytics & Net zero and sustainibility in Project Controls.

Tuesday 15th November

Data Analytics Workshop - Data Analytics with Power BI for Project Controls
09:40 - 12:20 (morning session)
Hosted by:
Jeancarlo Duran Maica

Net zero and sustainability in Project Controls - Social projects workshop
13:35 - 17:05 (afternoon session)
Hosted by:
Ruchi Singh & Carol Deveney


For more information and timeline

Our technology partners will be presenting seven in-depth 45-minutes sessions where they will demonstrate the functionality and capabilities of their innovative products via case studies that includes a problem statement and technological solution.
We are dedicated to self-improvement so, the Innovations Zone is an incubator for bold new project controls’ ideas, and a place where they can be openly discussed. It provides a space for our experts from across the professions to share concepts for managing projects, with new ways of thinking. In this way, 'best practice' rises to the top and new ideas are perfected.
“Real World” problems and issues are what brings the application of project controls alive. This case-study zone enables you to discuss the application of specific project controls process and how they address the problems in a real-life project environment with clear reference to real project supported by relevant stakeholders."
We treat Megaprojects as large-scale, complex ventures with budgets of >$1 billion They take many years to develop and build but make a long-lasting impact on the economy, environment and society affecting millions of people. Here you will discover how to use sound governance, while protecting the investments megaprojects represent.
The Masterclass Zone presents a fantastic opportunity to study and discuss the theory and practice of project controls. Our highly experienced project controls’ professionals from around the world, will provide 7 educational presentations that enable you to build and enhance your knowledge and skillset.
In this Zone we focus on social projects that impact the socio-economic environment surrounding them. We welcome submissions from government bodies and their projects, with a spending review period of 3-4 years. The aim for this area is to share and show the positive impacts they can have on society and what we have learnt from previous initiatives, to ensure success in the future.
This stream discusses the fundamental elements of project controls’ disciplines in detail. It provides further education and understanding aimed for beginners and intermediate project controls’ professionals. This is an exceptional opportunity for individuals who have just entered the project controls’ profession, or who wish to gain insight on the various sub-functions of project controls.
PCE is fully embracing digital ways of working in construction by using technological innovations such as BIM, robotics, virtual and augmented reality, and modular/offsite construction, to enable building digitally before building on site. Digital Construction Zone aims to discuss various tools, technologies, and contracts involving the generation and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places by discussing its application on real-life projects and/or the latest advancements.


Key dates for 2022

30 June: Abstract & Paper submission due
30 July: Notification of abstract acceptance / decline
30 August: Presentation preparation in the provided template
30 September: Notification of presentation acceptance / decline
30 October: Final submission with requested changes (if any)
15-16 November: Presentation at the Expo


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