Breaking down some of the biggest barriers in construction, Christina Riley, senior planner at building contractor Quinn London, has been awarded Role Model of the Year at UK Construction Week (UKCW).
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.
UKCW, the first major construction industry event since lockdown, has opened its doors. It has welcomed thousands of determined buyers and built environment professionals.
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.
Geberit will be showcasing its bathroom products at UK Construction Week Birmingham (5-7 October). The company will be on Stand D300.
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.
Leading life-safety systems manufacturer, C-TEC, is exhibiting at The Fire Safety Event, at Birmingham’s NEC from 7 – 9 September.