Hadley Group is preparing for a sizeable presence throughout Futurebuild 2019, which includes a stand within the show’s Offsite Hub and the introduction of the Hadley Way, the main thoroughfare through the exhibition halls, that will document the company’s capabilities.
Bringing together opinion-shapers, decision-makers and product innovators, Futurebuild is a leading build environment event in the UK.
Designed to house the country’s largest gathering of offsite construction professionals, the Offsite Hub offers visitors an insight into exciting full-scale builds and new system demonstrations that showcase the latest advances and innovations from the world of offsite construction.
Hadley Group has booked a large 100 square metre stand for next year’s edition, whilst also sponsoring the main thoroughfare that runs the length of the show, named the ‘Hadley Way’.
The Hadley Way will trace the company’s developments as it shapes the future in metal, highlighting its sustainability benefits.
The company has exciting developments in the pipeline during the event, which include updates on its recent acquisition of EWS Manufacturing and the further integration of Hadley Steel Framing into the company’s portfolio.
Visitors to Hadley Group’s stand will discover the company’s range of high quality, light gauge galvanised steel structural framing systems and their wide range of applications across the world of construction.
Offering a lighter, easier to erect alternative to concrete primary frames, the company’s pre-panelised standalone steel frame structures are ideal for medium rise buildings across the health, education, residential, leisure, commercial and retail sectors.
All of Hadley Group’s components for the modular housing market are available in customised lengths that can be adjusted as per project requirements.
Custom-made components are constructed at the company’s world-class facilities in Smethwick, before being shipped semi-finished to the construction site where they are ready for installation.
Expanding on the company’s ability to provide full product development, Hadley Group will also host a seminar in the Offsite Arena, entitled ‘Tell us what you want to see developed’.
This will highlight how Hadley Group’s combination of innovative technologies and precision engineering can change the way offsite construction is delivered.
The seminar will look at how the company can develop new products, prototype them in short runs, test them and then manufacture in volume across a number of industries, but with a particular focus on the world of offsite manufacturing.
Chris Holleron, Group Product Manager – Construction (pictured), spoke at the excitement ahead of Futurebuild.
“We believe the event organisers made the right decision to evolve the event from Ecobuild into a show that incorporates a number of truly innovative sectors, including offsite construction.
“This has been a good year for us, with two significant acquisitions that have further strengthened our portfolio.
“We will be showcasing our expertise in cold roll forming and precision engineering on our stand. I advise anyone wanting to find out more about Hadley Group to pay us a visit.”
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