London Build 2017

London Build 2017

In the fast moving world of construction, networking is key. This year is the third installment of London’s leading construction show, London Build. London Build 2017 is the UK’s largest construction expo solely dedicated to the construction field in London and South of England. This veritable “Who’s Who” of the construction world takes place on October 25th - 26th and will be held at Olympia London. Everyone from engineers to architects are set to attend. More than a simple networking event, attendees will be privy to the latest innovations in the construction field.

 

From 9:30am on October 25th to 4:30pm on October 26th, you’ll have the opportunity to attend over 150 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accredited workshops, view the latest products and services in constructions, and network with such companies as: Mott MacDonald, Lendlease, Carillion, CITB,  and thousands more.

 

At London Build 2017, networking is anything but boring. Networking parties will take place on the first day between 4:30pm-8pm and will include, among others, Civil Engineers, HVAC, Concrete Professionals, and Property Agents. A Bavarian Oktoberfest beer festival will take place at the same time for those that like to mix business with pleasure.

 

You won’t want to miss this free event. Register at London Build to reserve your tickets now and join the best and the brightest of the UK construction scene. Who knows what opportunities await at London Build 2017- a Festival of Construction.

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