Exhibitors welcome opportunities in futurebuild districts created for Ecobuild, the most significant UK construction event in 2018.
With the input from their industry advisory groups, plus feedback from visitors and exhibitors, futurebuild districts have been created for Ecobuild, the most significant UK construction event in 2018, taking place from 6th to 8th March at ExCel in London. Ecobuild will provide distinct curated areas to match exhibitors, giving key industry buyers easy access to relevant products and services.
Surrounding the ecobuild conference are the futurebuild districts, each exploring a different aspect of the built environment. The futurebuild districts will unite the many distinct communities that make up the built environment, supported by themed destinations and inspiring feature areas.
The futurebuild districts will range from major civil infrastructure, district energy and green & blue infrastructure through to sustainable design and innovation and materials and technologies driving the future of construction.
District Energy is key to the future of the built environment and its growth at ecobuild has been exponential. More than 3,000 visitors were specifically looking for District Energy solutions and 400 people attended the seminar theatre.
The requirement for Energy Performance and Efficiency is at the heart of all modern construction. Over 6,000 visitors come for new technology, innovations and best practice in renewables, smart buildings and HVAC.
The role of Green & Blue Infrastructure in 21st century construction has never been so important. Over 6,000 buyers looking for solutions in water management, biophillic design, biodiversity and green roof technologies will be in attendance.
The Infrastructure district is a unique opportunity for the built environment to come together and plan for the future. This is the perfect opportunity to meet over 4,800 senior professionals with an interest in infrastructure.
Building Performance will look beyond the construction and design of buildings and consider the wellbeing agenda across new build, refurb and retrofit projects. ecobuild will showcase the leading brands responsible for the ‘envelope of the building’ to over 9,000 professionals.
The fastest growing market in construction means there are immeasurable opportunities for you to put your products and services in front of the right audience. And with an estimated 90% of the construction market still to adopt offsite technology, you will meet new clients.
Over 9,000 senior professionals attend ecobuild to be inspired and informed about concrete and the use of this sustainable material in construction. Thousands of specifiers are looking for your solutions for their projects.
Exhibit within this district and meet over 10,000 designers and specifiers looking for timber solutions. Visitors want to learn about the potential for structural timber, timber façade & cladding solutions, modified timber, timber treatments & more.
Align your business with dedicated content within the futurebuild districts.
If you are interested in hearing more about exhibiting at any of the futurebuild districts or would like to find out about any other opportunities available then click here to request a call back or contact a member of the team.
If you are looking to exhibit from overseas, get in touch with one of our international agents here.
Buildingtalk will be reporting from the event on what’s new in building. If you are exhibiting and have something interesting or innovative being showcased, do be in touch via [email protected] and we’ll come and have a look.
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