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UK CONSTRUCTION WEEK SHOW PREVIEW


Catch up on two years of innovation


UK Construction Week is back after a long two-year wait, to showcase innovation and knowledge on 5-7 October at the NEC in Birmingham


undoubtedly accelerated over the last 18 months or more, driven particularly by the changes forced upon us by the Covid pandemic. So how do we best get back up to speed?


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If registrations to this autumn’s UK Construction Week (UKCW) are anything to go by, say the organisers, architects are voting with their feet, choosing to be there in person rather than relying on trawling the internet. Taking place on 5-7 October at the NEC in Birmingham, the award-winning show is a one-stop-shop for all things construction, including CPD sessions, product demos and free information on all the latest regulations, digital technology and MMC solutions, innovative materials and new suppliers coming into the UK market. It is the first major live event in the construction industry for two years, and is expected to attract more than 20,000 specifiers and buyers and at least 300 exhibitors. Each day of the show will have a topical


theme, with day one focusing on sustainability, day two on diversity, equality and inclusion in construction, and day three on the big issues around quality, social value and building safety. UKCW’s long- established half-day summits on ‘Quality’ and ‘Wellbeing’ will also be a key feature for architects.


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Exhibitors will be showcasing two years’ worth of exciting new product launches and innovation, providing demos and offers on more than 6,000 products. Major brands such as Google, HS2, Geberit, Hanson Plywood, Ford, Xero, Procore and the Construction Innovation Hub will be promoting heavily. The Innovation Zone


ADF SEPTEMBER 2021


he pace of digital transformation and innovation in architecture and the built environment has


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Anjali Pindoria, Role Model of the Year 2019


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