Plan your visit to UK Construction Week

For busy housebuilders and developers planning days out of the office that can be packed full of learning is essential to stay ahead of the competition.

With just four weeks to go to UK Construction Week (UKCW) at the NEC on 8-10 October, now is the time to register and plan your day.

People and products
No matter what you need to source look no further than UKCW. By visiting Build, sponsored by Easy-Trim, new solutions and products are available.

Key exhibitors in the Build section include Easy-Trim, Isover, Weber, Geberit, SPS Envirowall, Trimaco, Fischer Fixings, Carea Distribution, Containex, Cemex, Superglass Insulation, Styrene Packing and Insulation, Quinn Building Products and Tradepoint.

Learn from the experts
UKCW brings together more than 300 experts. Head to the Regeneration Hub to hear from Homes England; Swan Housing; Birmingham City Council; and Arup to name just a few.

The Building Tech section of the show houses the Digital Construction Hub, hear from digital pioneers from construction firms and get involved in practical workshops.

And with Brexit looming attending ‘Brexit Boom or Bust? Industry Economic Forecast 2020’ on the UKCW Main Stage is a must.

Health and wellbeing
Mental health needs to be talked about particularly within construction. Launching at UKCW this year, the Mind Your Head campaign is designed to promote mental wellbeing for those in construction. Advice will be on hand to take back to your business.

Modern Methods of Construction (MMC)
MMC exhibitors will be showcasing timber, light gauge steel and concrete frames, modular volumetric systems, digitalisation of construction, 3D printing, robotics, AR and VR, autonomous plant, equipment, drones and digital surveying, as well as a wide range of products and services manufactured offsite.

And relax…
Relax at the Beer Festival, sponsored by NBS and don’t forget the ‘Rockaoke’ on Wednesday night.

UKCW is made up of: Build sponsored by Easy-Trim, Building Tech, Civils, Energy and HVAC, Surface and Materials, and Timber. It also features Concrete Expo (8-9 October only) and Grand Designs Live (9-10 October only).

Single registration gives access to all areas of the show