The Civils Expo civil engineering and infrastructure event is set to unite suppliers of the latest technologies, systems and products for the sector at Birmingham’s NEC from 10-12 October 2017.
Visitors can expect to be informed and educated about the planning and implementation of significant projects, and be introduced to suppliers to learn about new products, gain skills and make long-lasting contacts.
One of the show’s biggest attractions will be The Infrastructure Hub, which will explore the process of planning, designing and building a variety of projects from road infrastructure and rail infrastructure through to airports and seaports.
The show will cover the future proofing of infrastructure and construction, sustainability in business, drones, offshore wind turbines and connecting Britain to the world post-Brexit.
Civil Expo will also be offering free CPD advice and guidance from leading authorities on key issues from fire prevention and safety in buildings to health and safety and how to improve safety through technology. The CPD and workshop sessions will be free and can be found in The Infrastructure Hub.
Nathan Garnett, Event Director at Media 10, which runs the show, said: “This year’s Civils Expo will bring together the UK’s largest and most important infrastructure projects with the latest products and innovations being used to build them. Our programme is evolving with more speakers, exhibitors and suppliers signing up every day, and we’re committed to making this our most successful show to date.
“In addition to showcasing new products for the sector, we will also tackle the issues surrounding building safety head on with a carefully chosen schedule of talks, workshops and events.”
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