Scotland Build 2015 at the SECC in Glasgow 25 -26th November, is Scotland’s new dedicated construction exhibition focused on Scotland’s construction boom.
This major Expo will be attended by thousands of visitors and over 150 exhibitors showcasing the latest developments, investment and opportunities in and around Scotland, including a 2 day conference, CPD accredited training workshops and 50 high level presentations.
The Scottish construction industry is growing at its strongest rate in over 5 years.
Construction contracts in Scotland in the past 12 months have outperformed most other parts of the UK as the economy returns to pre-2008 levels and the Scottish government makes significant infrastructure investment.
Scotland is home to some of UK & Europe’s largest construction projects.
There are currently close to £40 billion worth of contracts to be awarded in Scotland in the coming few years.
Housing construction is on the rise across Scotland, in addition to many private initiatives the Scottish government is building nearly 5 times as many council houses as the rest of the UK.
Furthermore, as part of the government’s Infrastructure Investment Plan substantial capital has been set out to invest in numerous large-scale construction projects linked to transport, housing, healthcare and education.
From council houses to private developments; from transport projects to healthcare construction; from new colleges to prisons _ the number of infrastructure and construction projects across Scotland is vast and continually increasing.
All of the major projects and investment opportunities will be discussed during the two day conference
Register your places now, the conference is free to attend!
Scotland Build 2016
Oliver Kinross Ltd
3rd Floor, Archway House
1 - 3 Worship Street
44 (0)207 127 4501
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Scotland Build Expo 2015 update
Sir John Armitt CBE, the former Olympic Delivery Authority Chair, Commissioner on the recently established National Infrastructure Commission and new President of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), is to speak at Scotland Build 2015.
This event is the leading new construction event to focus on the Scottish Construction Industry, bringing together a large number of key industry players to engage and do business over two days.
A strong portfolio of event partners are showing their enthusiasm and support for the new show such as Scottish Renewables, BRE Scotland, the Scottish & Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, CITB and many more.
Stephanie Clark, Policy Manager, Scottish Renewables: “Scotland Build will provide a valuable opportunity for installers, developers and local authorities, among others, to learn about renewable energy technologies – some of which they may never have considered as an option for their build.”
There will be strong attendance from the Scottish Government, with the conference keynotes on both event days being delivered by representatives Stephen Pathirana, Head of Housing
This event will be one of the most significant events of year with the Scottish construction industry growing at its strongest rate in over 5 years. Construction contracts in Scotland in the past 12 months have outperformed most other parts of the UK and around £40 billion worth of contracts are set to be awarded in Scotland over the coming few years.