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61st Annual Associated Schools of Construction International Conference 2025

Innovation in Construction: Built on the foundation of applied education and research

SAIT’s School of Construction is proud to host the 61st Annual ASC International Conference in 2025.

At SAIT, we focus on applied learning experiences, enabling students to partner with industry to practice the application of technology, solve problems and resolve challenges. We strive to be a global leader in applied education.

The 61st Annual Conference of the Associated Schools of Construction aims to bridge the gaps between the construction industry and academia, with the theme: Innovation in Construction, built on the foundation of applied education and research.

The conference will include exhibitors, panel discussions and paper presentations highlighting innovation and changes in the construction. All papers will be peer-reviewed for publication in the conference proceedings. 

More information on the call for exhibitors and full papers and registration will be available soon.

Meet the host

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Dr. Azzeddine Oudjehane
Academic Chair, Bachelor of Science in Construction Project Management

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