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36 SHOW PREVIEW: FUTUREBUILD


Materials, Offsite and Energy. Each Hub will include unique features and “concen- trated education programmes” hosted by a sector-specific authority. Visitors will be able to explore the latest solutions across blue, green, grey and social infrastructure in the Urban Infrastructure Hub. All aspects of the city will be covered, while exhibitors including ACO, Biotecture, Green-Tech, ICE, Ronacrete and Wavin will be showcasing their latest innovations. The Hub will also cover topics such as “placekeeping” and putting health and wellbeing at the start of placemaking, in a dedicated seminar theatre. New for 2019 is the Interiors Hub, where housebuilders will have the oppor- tunity to meet leading institutions and manufacturers – including Decolux, Delabie, Fisher and Paykel, Novy and Zip – to discuss pioneering products and collaboratively explore the latest trends and ideas.


Across the Hubs, visitors will also have access to a variety of new and expanded pavilions and attractions, including: The City Walk, Made In Britain, the “mindful” Materials Certification Pavilion, the Association of Decentralised Energy (ADE) pavilion, the Home of the Future by Tufeco, the RIBA stand designed by Gundry + Ducker, and many more.


NEW AND EXCLUSIVE FEATURES Futurebuild will be enhanced by a range of new and exclusive partnerships and features.


As an official UK Government Innovation Partner, Futurebuild will be hosting the Innovation Zone with the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), and Innovate UK. At the Zone, BEIS will be showcasing the work of the Energy Innovation Programme, and demonstrating how it is delivering the Clean Growth Strategy. Focusing on “true innovation,” it will provide a platform for investment and knowledge exchange across three areas: a dedicated three-day seminar series, an exhibition featuring innovative companies that BEIS and Innovate UK have provided funding to, and a ‘Business Bar’ in collabo- ration with the Knowledge Transfer Network – providing 1-to-1 advice and support on accessing funding.


New for 2019 is the Knowledge Forum – a dedicated area where industry-leading


partners, academia and professional bodies will offer a comprehensive look at the biggest issues facing the built environment. Hosting CPD workshops, the Knowledge Forum will provide useful solutions and guidance for visitors to take back to the office. The Waste Zone will return with new and expanded features, including the new Circular Economy Hub. Curated by architect, academic and author Duncan Baker-Brown, the area will have an unusual ‘beach hut’ format and showcase how waste can be a valuable industry resource.


Futurebuild is also partnering with the


event Vision to provide a London-focused seminar programme alongside a reportedly unrivalled networking opportunity for housebuilders. The programme will be curated by Vision and hosted in the Vision Seminar theatre, surrounded by an exhibi- tion of brands looking to improve the built environment and public spaces through new technologies, products and services.


For more information and to register visit WWW.FUTUREBUILD.CO.UK/REGISTER


Futurebuild stand no C45 WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK


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