Join Industry Experts and Exhibitors at UK Construction Week 2017

Join Industry Experts and Exhibitors at UK Construction Week 2017

Staying up to date on the latest tech, trends, and safety strategies is not only helpful, it’s vital in the quickly changing landscape of today’s world. It seems like every time we turn around there are new updates and innovations. What better way to stay up to date than UK Construction Week (UKCW), the largest construction trade event in the UK?

 From Tuesday, October 10th - Thursday, October 12th, you’ll have the opportunity to innovative products, 650 exhibitors, debates, seminars, CPD certified workshops, and 30,000 trade visitors. All for free and all under one roof. This is the third year running for UKCW and this year promises to be the best one yet.

 This past year, UKCW launched their blog, Construction Matters. You can expect to see industry updates, trends, and more. This blog was created to be a strong platform to raise the standards and awareness for the UK construction industry. Industry members are encouraged to pitch their ideas for the blog.

Offsite Construction will be a major theme at UKCW 2017. With more exhibitors than any other event, there’s no better time to check out the latest technologies. In addition, there will be a dedicated offsite theatre for related seminars.

It’s not all shaking hands and jotting notes at seminars, UKCW also features a dodge ball tournament, beer and ale festival, and a casino night. Tonight, George Clarke and Seann Walsh will host The Construction Enquirer Awards, created to recognise the best companies and firms in the industry. Tickets for the award event can be purchased here.

Sources:

www.ukconstructionweek.com

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