Nine Shows To Highlight UK Construction Week

UK Construction Week, the largest construction and building industry exhibition in the United Kingdom, will feature nine shows under one roof when it runs from 9 to 11 October at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.

The nine shows during the UK Construction Week are Timber Expo, Build Show, Building Tech Live, HVAC 2018, Energy 2018, Surface & Materials, Civils Expo, Plant & Machinery Live, and Grand Designs Live.

Timber Expo covers a breadth of timber applications from timber frame, sawmills, glulam, SIPs, CLT, fixings and fastenings, timber cladding, mouldings, skirtings, and flooring.

Build Show attracts thousands of construction professionals who look for solutions and new products to enhance their projects and businesses.

Building Tech Live is the destination for anyone interested in the very latest technological advancements in IoT, lighting and Li-Fi, automation, security, and more.

HVAC 2018 is the show in the UK dedicated to heating, ventilation & air conditioning in the built environment.

Energy 2018 is a dedicated event to renewables, innovation, and power solutions within the built environment.

Surface & Materials is the UK’s leading event for the surface and materials industry showcasing the latest surface solutions for architects, interior designers, and specifiers.

Civils Expo is the UK’s only event dedicated to civil engineering and construction, bringing together leading suppliers of the latest technologies, systems, and products.

Plant & Machinery Live will be an area within the Build Show allowing exhibitors the opportunity to showcase their equipment to the visitors.

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Grand Designs Live is the UK’s leading self-build and home improvement event.

“UK Construction Week will help you stay ahead. Nowhere else will you be able to see and do so much under one roof, see so many industry pioneers and see the massive potential in the future of the built environment,” said UK Construction Week’s Nathan Garnett. –

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