The mission of the CITC (Construction In the Twenty-First Century) Conferences is to facilitate communication between multidisciplinary teams, especially those involved in engineering, management and technology. In this regard, interdisciplinary integration and international cooperation are encouraged. It is the purpose of CITC to provide an international forum for the discussion of topics important to developing new knowledge in construction and engineering disciplines.
CITC-13 proceedings will be indexed by SCOPUS
The CITC conferences have been hosted in thriving locations around the world. The conference provides an excellent forum for discussing diverse issues facing the construction industry at the beginning of this century. CITC has a broad scope and covers wide-ranging topics, including:
Construction Project Management
Cost Engineering and Financial Issues
Information Technology and Information Systems in Construction
Recent Developments for the Future of Engineering and Construction
To find out more information about the conferences, check out the abstract books (below) and the proceedings (found under "Past Conferences" tab).
CITC-12 was hosted in Amman, Jordan, at the InterContinental Amman from May 16-19, 2022.
Our CITC-12 tours included trips to the Amman Citadel, Dead Sea, and Petra.
CITC-11 was hosted in London, England at the RICS headquarters from September 9-11, 2019.
Our CITC-11 tours included a River Thames Cruise and Afternoon Tea at the Houses of Parliament
CITC-10 was hosted in Colombo, Sri Lanka at the Hilton Colombo from July 2-4, 2018
Our CITC-10 tours included Galle Fort.
CITC-10 | COLOMBO, SRI LANKA
CITC-11 | LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
CITC-12 | AMMAN, JORDAN
ALL PAST CONFERENCES
Past CITC Conferences:
CITC-XI: London, United Kingdom
CITC-IX: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
CITC-VIII: Thessaloniki, Greece
CITC-VII: Bangkok, Thailand
CITC-VI: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
CITC-V: Istanbul, Turkey
CITC-IV: Gold Coast, Australia
CITC-III: Athens, Greece
CITC-II: Hong Kong, China
CITC-I: Miami, Florida, USA