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Interested in cutting-edge timber technology, innovative products & invigorating debates?

Offsite construction, modular design and better design quality are only 3 of the most heard keywords so far in 2018. Which products stand up to the new design challenges? Which building systems deliver on quality and sustainable business model? Who can provide a healthy building product? 

Part of UK Construction Week,  Timber Expo showcases the largest collection of wood products and brands, alongside CPD seminars, workshops and networking opportunities at Birmingham’s NEC between 9 – 11 October.

Inspiring exhibitors

Exhibitors include: STEICO’s I-joist wall studs; Hanson Plywood’s specialist panels that suit dry, humid and exterior use; and Rothoblaas who provide the systems, fixings and equipment necessary for making timber a success in all build projects. Other unmissable exhibitors include: Ambrovit S.P.ACapital Holz100Glennon Brothers, and SIGA 1966 UK.

Invaluable advice

TRADA will be offering independent advice, connections, and information on Site Check: The timber frame pocket book. TRADA will also be supporting the Timber Focus Theatrewhere visitors can learn about:

New this year is the Confederation of Timber Industries (CTI) Time for Timber CPD workshop programme delivered by the Structural Timber Association, Timber Trade Federation, Trussed Rafter Association, British Woodworking Federation. Attendees can network with the entire timber supply chain and understand the latest regulations, products and services on offer.

We're looking forward to meeting you in Birmingham!

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