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UK CONSTRUCTION WEEK SHOW PREVIEW


Glimpse the future at the UK’s premier construction event


The UK’s premier event dedicated to the built environment returns to Birmingham’s NEC between 9-11 October, with a vibrant display of products, knowledge, speakers and experts for anyone involved in design and specification to take advantage of


ire safety performance, affordable housing, smart buildings, ventilation, floorcoverings, sourcing timber, building tall and building regulations – just a taste of the topics architects, specifiers and designers are expected to be on top of, and just a small example of what’s on offer at this year’s UK Construction Week (UKCW).


F Delve into the future


Architects and specifiers with a passion for technology, gadgets and the future won’t want to miss out on the Future of Construction Hub, in collaboration with Birmingham City University. Visitors can immerse themselves in digital construction, 3D printing, robotics, AI and AR and modern methods of construction, then get ‘hands on’ in Coventry University’s state of the art construction simulator. The ‘Future of Construction’ theme flows throughout the event via an Innovation Trail. Go on an unmissable journey of pioneering ideas and products from Canon, Containex, Kore Wireless, Okappy, Soudal, Timber Structures and Yu Energy. The Internet of Things is available for all to experience at Gooee’s IoT Arena at Building Tech Live, with partner companies including Aurora Lighting.


Be inspired There’s something for everyone within the exhibitor list, including: IDS’ quick to lay vinyl flooring collection; Crown Décor’s niche luxury laminate brand from India; and Decorative Panels Lamination’s new mirror, veneer and fabric designs. Other exhibitors include: BLFA, Bruag, Fibo UK, Formica, Pfleiderer, Impress Surfaces, Rothoblaas, Hanson Plywood,


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Morland, Rockwool and Soyang Europe. Visitors can make the most of their time by arranging an exhibitor meeting via their profile pages on the UKCW website.


See & feel for yourself


Experience offsite construction in person at the Offsite Theatre, supported by MPBA and the Structural Timber Association. Offsite construction specialist, VisionBuilt, is constructing a two-storey offsite solution, comprising a ground floor domestic apartment and first-floor student digs. The Offsite Theatre will also house discussions on topics including hybrid concrete solutions and factory-built bathrooms.


Kytun is one of the world’s largest manufacturer of Continuous Dry


Verge Systems, which it has invented, designed, patented and introduced to the market. Kytun has done so thanks to innovation, quality and customer service. With very close ties to some of the leading producers of Roofing and Ventilation products from all over the world, Kytun offers an extensive range of quality products, which we stock and distribute throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland. Stand B860.


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