An inspiring group of 61 role models from across construction industry professions and trades helped set the tone for the first day of UK Construction Week (UKCW).
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.
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.
UK Construction Week’s Role Models are set to take the lead to tackle the construction industry skills crisis.
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.
Nominations for the annual UK Construction Week (UKCW) Role Models initiative have quadrupled since last year, according to event organisers Media 10.
With only a matter of days to go until the UK’s largest construction industry event, here are 12 reasons why you can’t afford to miss UK Construction Week 2018.
UK Construction Week has announced a new initiative for this year to help the industry compete for talent, which will see role models in the industry have their profile elevated.