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UK CONSTRUCTION WEEK SHOW PREVIEW


UK Construction Week promises more than ever


UK Construction Week is back at the NEC in Birmingham from 10 - 12 October


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or the third year in a row, UK Construction Week will be held at the Birmingham NEC, and this year attending is arguably more important than ever before. The construction industry has seldom been in the news more – from the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, to the uncertainties and potential impacts of the UK’s imminent EU departure, to the countrywide housing shortage – the chance to influence, share, learn and network has never been greater.


september/october 2017


NINE SPECIALIST SHOWS


Running from 10 am to 5 pm on Tuesday 10, Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 October, UKCW is free to enter. Visitors will benefit from nine shows: The Build Show, sponsored by Easy-Trim, Timber Expo, Smart Buildings, Grand Designs Live, Surface Materials (featuring Kitchens & Bathrooms Live), Energy, Plant & Machinery Live, HVAC and Civils Expo. More than 650 leading exhibitors, including construction’s biggest names, combine to make this


the largest industry event in Britain. In between exploring the industry’s most innovative products and services, visitors can attend an exciting array of debates, seminars and specialist building safety workshops hosted at six hubs and the UKCW main stage. Timetables are available on the UK Construction Week website (www.ukconstructionweek.com). The workshops, all of which are free and CPD-certified, run on all three exhibition days, but will book up fast so you’re advised to register as soon as possible.


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