Trade Shows

Scotland Build 2019

March 2019


Scotland Build Expo is the leading construction and design event for Scotland. This market leading two day event is a must attend for: Architects, Developers, Government, Contractors, Housing Associations, Local Councils, Builders, Specialist Contractors, Tradesmen, Suppliers and many more.

Your free ticket will allow you access to unrivalled content across 5 specialist summits, BIM & Digital Construction, Sustainability, Infrastructure, Architecture and Future of Construction.

Timber Expo 2018

9-11 October 2018

NEC, Birmingham

Timber Expo is an annual trade show in the UK, covering a breadth of timber applications from timber frame, sawmills, merchants, glulam, SIPs, CLT, fixings and fastenings, timber cladding, doors/windows, mouldings, skirtings and flooring. 

Timber Expo is supported by industry associations including Wood for Good, TRADA, STTC, BMF, RIBA, CIAT and NaCSBA where trade visitors can gather under one roof to discover the latest products, innovations and developments across the timber sector - not just from the UK but from an increasingly exciting and diverse international market.

Taking place at Birmingham’s NEC from 9 - 11 October 2018 Timber Expo unites over 100 exhibitors with an audience of over 35,000 industry professionals as part of UK Construction Week. 

UK Construction Week consists of nine shows under one roof, Timber Expo, Building Tech Live, Build Show, Civils Expo, Energy 2018, HVAC 2018, Plant & Machinery Live, Surface Materials Show and Grand Designs Live.

London Build 2018

23-24 October 2018

Olympia, London

Now in its fourth year, this leading construction expo is dedicated entirely to opportunities in London and the South East of England. London Build is attended by thousands of 'movers & shakers' in the UK's construction industry from: contractors, developers, government, architects, solution providers, housing associations, local councils, suppliers and many more. Register for free today!


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