We are already well into the thick of things at UK Construction Week, with day one seeing some of the biggest names in the industry coming together at Birmingham’s NEC. Here are some reasons as to why you cannot miss out on this great event.
First of all, innovation is one of the core themes of the exhibition. With over 10,000 new products, alongside the Innovation Trail, which will provide an exclusive opportunity to discover these products and services, it guarantees that plenty of creativity and forward thinking will be on display.
It will be stellar speakers galore, with big names including The Restoration Man and Amazing Spaces star George Clarke, The Great Interior Design Challenge presenter Tom Dyckhoff and BBC Breakfast and Watchdog personality Steph McGovern all featuring.
Over 100 workshops will have all the latest in fire prevention and safety legislation in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster, as well as a glutton of rising stars and cutting-edge brands at the Material Lab Hub to discover.
There will be hundreds of offsite innovations, with more exhibitors in this field than any other event, plus information for those looking for a change in career, with plenty on offer about career opportunities, roles within leading UK construction firms and the chance to meet recruiters and recruitment agencies.
UK Construction will be recognising all the brilliant work in the industry, with specialist awards including Construction Enquirer Awards, Low Carbon Vehicles Awards, BIM Awards, Offsite Awards and WAN Awards all to be given out.
And finally, there’s the fun to be had amongst all the work. There’s a thrilling Dodgeball tournament, a Beer and Ale festival to unwind at and a Casino night, alongside key industry professionals.
So don’t miss out on this great opportunity and book now! Register for a free ticket now at www.ukconstructionweek.com
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