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UK Construction Week 2017

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UK Construction Week (UKCW) is back for its third edition, bringing together over 650 exhibitors and attracting more
than 30,000 visitors to the NEC from 10-12 October.

Consisting of 9 shows, UK Construction Week caters for the entire
spectrum of the industry from interior designers, builders, architects,
innovators and consultants, each show provides exhibitors with the opportunity
to network alongside decision makers and purchasers while showcasing their
services and products.

  • Build Show
  • Timber Expo
  • Civils Expo
  • Plant & Machinery Live
  • Energy 2017
  • Smart Buildings 2017
  • Surface & Materials Show (featuring Kitchens & Bathrooms Live)
  • HVAC 2017
  • Grand Designs Live

The Surface & Materials Show is aimed specifically at
interior designers, architects, and specifiers of design.  A range of products will be on display from
high performance products for large scale specification to elegant and
high-impact feature designs. New this year is a dedicated kitchen &
bathroom section. Visitors can investigate decorative and durable finishes,
learn about kitchen design CAD services, or discover waterproof or hygiene
critical solutions. Exhibitors taking part include The Decorative Panels Group,
Minercell, Dural (UK) Ltd, Autokitchen, Finishes & Interiors Sector, Fibo,
William Smith, and Toupret. Among the attractions are the Surface &
Materials Hub, a pod system display from Estonian outfit Oodhouse and a FITA
Flooring Workshop.

The Build Show, sponsored by Easy-trim, focuses on
construction products and is aimed at all levels and all trades from corporate
housebuilders to tradespeople and contractors. The range of products
represented is divided in to four product zones, Health & Safety, Tools,
Roofing & Insulation and Windows & Doors. Among its four separate
seminar theatres is the Development & Innovation Hub looking at specific
regional projects across the UK. The BRE is also actively involved hosting the
BIM Prospects Theatre, looking in depth at Building Information Modelling from
a number of different angles.

Timber Expo covers
multiple timber applications from timber frame through to cladding, not only
from the UK but an increasingly diverse international market. One of the
talking points is likely to be the creative installation by the students at the
Architectural Association's School of Architecture, in associated with TRADA
and sponsored by Hanson Plywood.

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