From the very first keynote speech of day one of UK Construction Week in London next month (3-5 May), the gauntlet is being thrown to the construction industry to embrace culture change in the way it works.
UK Construction Week (UKCW), the country’s largest live show for the construction industry and all its related professions and trades, is running in London at the ExCeL centre on 3-5 May.
Architects, construction contractors and specifiers looking for innovative solutions to boost their environmental efforts can explore a mix of products at this year’s UK Construction Week Innovation Zone.
Day Two of UK Construction Week (5-7 October) – the country’s largest built environment event – saw another busy day packed full of the latest innovations and products, networking opportunities and specialist seminars, gathering some of the best industry professionals all under one roof.
A new analysis of the booming market for home RMI (repair, maintenance and improvement) work is forecasting it could be worth more than £22bn a year by 2025, explains UKCW.
The UK Construction Week event next month will provide a treasure trove of new finds and practical innovations for the built environment.
UK Construction Week’s Role Models are set to take the lead to tackle the construction industry skills crisis.
Keen to get up to speed on digital construction? Join the free CPD-fest at UK Construction Week (UKCW).
The rate of registrations for UK Construction Week (UKCW), the first major construction event in two years, has got off to a record-breaking start, running at 22% higher than for the same period in 2019.
Calls for more investment to end the housing crisis and to boost opportunities for SME housebuilders and developers were discussed on day two of UKCW.