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CBC Hackathon: Smart Procurement Toolkit for the AEC Industry

  • Arup HQ 8-13 Fitzroy Street London, England, W1T 4BJ United Kingdom (map)

Using Hyperledger Fabric for smart procurement construction and infrastructure projects



The CBC is pleased to announce our third DLT/AEC Hackathon, led by University College London, Hyperledger, Oracle and Arup. For this event we will develop blockchain smart contract tools for the construction sector and further develop our open source project: Smart Procurement for the AEC Industry.

The Hackathon will take place at Arup’s headquarters in Central London for two days of intense coding with Oracle developers.

This event is open to all, but will be of particular interest to CEOs and CTOs in the Real Estate and AEC industries, Startups, AEC Professionals, Computer Scientists and Software Developers. No Hyperledger Fabric knowledge is necessary but a general understanding of OOP is desirable. Familiarity with Node.js and Java is recommended.


9.30am – 5.30pm, Wednesday 7th to Friday 9th November 2018


8-13 Fitzroy St, Bloomsbury, London, W1T 4BQ


The CBC's Hackathons are strategic, tailored events to develop open source DLT & Blockchain solutions for the AEC Industry. The collaborative effort is open to many technologies and aims to grow the CBC open source projects. We bring together leading technologists, industry experts, and academic practitioners to investigate the potential disruption and practical application of emerging technologies and actively develop new digital tools for the built environment.

[All proceeds from events will go towards the development of CBC open source projects]

Concession Tickets

The CBC offers a limited number of discounted and complimentary tickets for students, researchers and startup developers. To receive your access code, please complete the request form below.



The Construction Blockchain Consortium was established to develop knowledge transfer, arrange commercial and academic presentations, assess and test commercial services and technology, conduct research, and drive policy, regulation and understanding of the consequences of Blockchain and other emerging technologies in the Built Environment. The CBC is led by the UCL Department of Computer Science and The UCL Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment. We also investigate the development of open source tools on behalf of the industry and encourage application developers to build proprietary technology and services to deliver sustainable construction solutions.

Earlier Event: 30 January
BIM in Birmingham Conference
Later Event: 11 April
European BIM Summit 2019