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50 ECOBUILD SHOW PREVIEW


The Building Performance district will look far beyond construction and design, instead considering the wellbeing agenda across new build, refurb and retrofit projects. In association with the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Infrastructure district will demonstrate how the built environment can come together and plan for the future. In the Energy and HVAC district, the latest innovations and best practices across renewables, smart buildings and HVAC will be presented through a series of seminars and workshops. The Green and Blue Infrastructure district will offer solutions in water management, external landscaping, biophilic design and biodiversity. New for 2018 is the Timber district, in association with the Structural Timber Association and supported by Wood for Good and TRADA. This will be a showcase for the latest technological innovations and systems, alongside the Timber Talks seminar programme.


Another new addition is the Concrete ecobuild sustainability showcases


LAMILUX supports architects and


planners with a range of leading Passivhaus certified skylights. The focus will


roof construction LAMILUX CI System Glass Architecture PR60energysave


flat-roof window LAMILUX CI System Glass Element FEenergysave


certified by the Passive House Institute in Germany as a “pha Advanced Component”, the highest Passivhaus efficiency class. Stand D91.


Sym-Wall Building Technologies Ltd (SBT) is set to launch its new eco-friendly SW100


modular wall panel at EcoBuild


2018. Designed as a modern “single- module” alternative to conventional stud and plasterboard the SW100


offers a high


performance economic solution for a wide range of internal and external applications in residential, commercial and industrial developments. Stop by to learn more about the new “Method of Mass Construction”. Stand F42.


include the large glass and the


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Surrounding the conference arena will be the ecobuild sustainability showcases, home to the some of the most innovative solutions to the issues facing the built environment. The showcases will truly put sustainability at the heart of the event. They will feature two full-scale builds. One of these properties is the zero net carbon home from Zedfactory which is designed to minimise fossil fuels and annual energy bills. It offers “a complete response to the housing crisis with build times reduced to two weeks”. They are also home to The Hive from The Edible Bus Stop, a multifunctional, engaging social space. The sustainability showcases don’t stop there – more details about the confirmed exhibits will be released in the coming weeks.


The futurebuild districts


The conference arena and sustainability showcases are surrounded by the futurebuild districts, each of which will act as an immersive and stimulating area where people, brands and companies will be able to network and develop profitable relationships.


district, delivered in association with The Concrete Centre and This Is Concrete. Here, information and inspiration will be shared to realise the potential of concrete as a sustainable material, as well as its range of solutions for housing, buildings and infrastructure. Following its success last year, offsite technology will return for the second year in partnership with Explore Offsite. The district will feature a ground-breaking exhibition of offsite construction solutions and masterclasses.


This year will again see District Energy taken to the next level. The district will be hosted by the ukDEA and is in association with the Danish and Swedish Embassies. It’s set to include a programme full of key speakers and debates, a networking lounge and a product launch pad.


Key partnerships


ecobuild is working with a number of strategic partners who are contributing to the overall strategy and shape of the event to ensure it is wholly reflective of the indus- try’s needs. Notable partners include the Considerate Constructors Scheme, CIAT, NLA, Bioregional, CIBSE, The Edible Bus Stop and the Edge. The event will also host the BREEAM Awards and the Offsite Construction Awards.


You can register for a free ticket at www.ecobuild.co.uk/register


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