Futurebuild’s managing director, Martin Hurn, explains how the event will inspire exhibitors and visitors that making one change, can change the future.
The first ever Futurebuild has been hailed a success with 27,283 visitors having joined last month’s event to address the industry’s biggest challenges.
The closer collaboration between RCM and SPSenvirowall was evident in a joint exhibition at Futurebuild 2019, whereby both companies shared a brand new stand.
At Futurebuild 2019, which took place last week, FLIR launched the T840, a new thermal camera in the high-performance T-Series family
Futurebuild came to a close on Thursday, with the call for the built environment to make a commitment to tackling the environmental and societal issues we face.
After a successful opening, day two at Futurebuild 2019 continued in the same positive vein, with a record number of brands endorsing the event by rebooking for 2020.
With a firm focus on showcasing true innovation and tackling the biggest issues facing the industry head on, the first Futurebuild launched with a bang.
Stone and civilisation were made for each other, something which ROCKWOOL have known for a long time – they will be demonstrating this at Futurebuild 2019.
Futurebuild announces the details of its Time for Action ecobuild conference programme which will see industry-leading speakers come together to drive change.
Furthering its commitment to sustainability, Futurebuild’s Waste Zone will feature more than 50 international circular economy industry specialists.