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UK Construction Week expansion results in Building Tech Live

  • 10 Apr 2018

Building Tech Live is set to be the most significant event in the integrated building technologies sector at this year’s UK Construction Week.

Taking place from 9-11 October at NEC Birmingham, Building Tech Live joins the Build Show, Timber Expo, Civils Expo, Energy 2018, HVAC 2018 and the Surface & Materials Show to make up the UK’s largest event for the built environment.

Previously known as Smart Buildings, Building Tech Live has grown to showcase the very latest technological advancements in IoT, lighting and Li-Fi, automation, security, communication technology and more.

Building Tech Live is a must visit for anyone in electrotechnical and engineering services design, installation, inspection, testing, maintenance and monitoring, having been designed to provide comprehensive educational content, debate and the latest technological advancements in the industry.

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As part of the event’s development, Building Tech Live will feature a tailored educational programme for members of the leading electrotechnical and engineering services trade body ECA, as it offers its members increased benefits from attending the event.

The event will also be home to the Voltimum Smart Solutions Awards alongside a Voltimum seminar programme. The Smart Solutions Awards, hosted by Steph McGovern for the second year, will showcase the installers, manufacturers and wholesalers spearheading the charge in the building technology market.

Award categories include Best Installer, Best Newcomer Installer, Best Project, Best Manufacturer and Best Wholesaler.

Nathan Garnett, Director of UK Construction Week, commented: “We have been working with our lead partners and exhibitors as well as listening to visitor feedback whilst forming Building Tech Live, which has been exceptionally well received.

“We are in an era of rapid technological advancement in integrated building tech, and it is absolutely crucial that the whole sector embraces this change for the improvement of our environment and society as a whole. Building Tech Live will be a catalyst for that evolution.”

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Building Tech Live is free for trade professionals and registration will open from June 1st: to keep up on news about the latest exhibitors, product launches, industry awards, speakers and specialised features at Building Tech Live, visit www.buildingtechlive.co.uk or follow its Twitter account @buildtechlive and hashtag #buildtechlive2018

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