Timber Expo is the most important event on the UK construction calendar dedicated exclusively to timber. It is three days brimming with the latest products, innovations and developments across the timber sector - not just from the UK but from an increasingly exciting and diverse international market.
The show boasts support from leading industry associations TRADA who co-ordinate the Timber Focus Seminars as well as BM TRADA, BWF and the STA. Visit Timber Expo to see over 200 high quality exhibitors, leading figures debate topical issues and join your piers at the annual industry gathering from 18 - 20 October 2016.
Bringing together nine shows under one roof, UK Construction Week is the biggest construction trade event the UK has seen in years. Taking place at the Birmingham NEC from 18 – 23 October 2016 (18-20 October are the trade only dates) the event unites over 1,000 exhibitors with an audience of over 30,000 visitors. The show is organised by Media 10, the UK’s biggest design and build event company, and celebrated its very first edition in 2015.
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Established in 1973, Glenigan is the trusted provider of UK construction project sales leads, market analysis, forecasting, and company intelligence. We are a people business managed by Bernard Johnson; our content is directed by Robert Davis and our economics unit by Allan Wilén. Our account management team is overseen by Jo Keit.
Our clients include companies of all sizes at every stage of the construction cycle. We have numerous strategic partnerships including The Builders’ Conference, BRE, UK Contractors Group, Constructing Excellence, CECA, Home Builders Federation and GroundSure.
Regular Glenigan reports include the Construction Market Review and Forecast, Glenigan Index and top contractor league tables. Our data is often referenced in Parliament and we are also a regular contributor to the media.
Expert, impartial research, knowledge and advice for the built environment sector and beyond. BRE helps government, industry and business to meet the challenges of our built environment. Today's need to combat climate change, and the significant economic and social issues we now face, are no exceptions.
BRE is an independent and impartial, research-based consultancy, testing and training organisation, offering expertise in every aspect of the built environment and associated industries. We help clients create better, safer and more sustainable products, buildings, communities and businesses - and we support the innovation needed to achieve this.
The Royal Institute of British Architects champions better buildings, communities and the environment through architecture and our members. We provide the standards, training, support and recognition that put our members – in the UK and overseas – at the peak of their profession.
With government, we work to improve the design quality of public buildings, new homes and new communities.
We are the Industry Training Board and a partner in the Sector Skills Council for the construction industry in England, Scotland and Wales. It's our job to work with industry to encourage training, which helps build a safe, professional and fully qualified workforce.
The support and funding we provide helps companies to improve skills, increase their competitiveness and respond to challenges such as the low carbon agenda, reducing costs on site and recruiting the best talent for their sector.
TRADA (The Timber Research and Development Association) is an international membership organisation dedicated to inspiring and informing best practice design, specification and use of wood in the built environment and related fields.
We pride ourselves in providing independent, authoritative design and technical guidance through this website, on-line software, printed publications, e-books, and our telephone helpline. We link specifiers and purchasers with timber industry members through our Find a supplier directory.
ICS promotes and enforces the highest professional qualifications and standards in the development and management of land, real estate, construction and infrastructure. Our name promises the consistent delivery of standards – bringing confidence to the markets we serve.
We accredit 118,000 professionals and any individual or firm registered with RICS is subject to our quality assurance. Their expertise covers property valuation and management; the costing and leadership of construction projects; the development of infrastructure; and the management of natural resources, such as mining, farms and woodland. From environmental assessments and building controls to negotiating land rights in an emerging economy; if our members are involved the same professional standards and ethics apply.
BM TRADA is a leading provider of independent assurance services to businesses around the world; including certification, testing, inspection and verification, technical and training services covering a broad range of standards, schemes and products. Our services are essential for businesses of all types whether it is to get products to market, meet contractual and regulatory requirements or improve quality, safety, efficiency and sustainability.
For major companies this means protecting your reputation, reducing risk and reassuring your stakeholders. For SMEs - showing compliance to recognised standards can replace the power of a big brand and help to secure new business and build your reputation.
The core of our business is our people whose depth of knowledge and experience means they understand the issues that are important to your business and to meeting your goals.
The Construction Products Association represents the UK's manufacturers and distributors of construction products and materials. The sector directly provides jobs for 300,000 people across 20,000 companies, has an annual turnover of more than £47 billion and accounts for over 1/3 of total construction output.
The Association acts as the leading voice to promote and campaign for this vital UK industry.
All of our company, affiliate and associate members, together with everyone who belongs to one of our 36 trade association members, can have complete access to our website.
Grown in Britain is an incredibly positive movement designed to help create a sustainable wood culture that connects people, companies and organisations to our woods and forests and the important environment they provide for people, wildlife and a thriving economy.
With the passionate backing of government, industry and many other organisations, we are able to bring together a broad diversity of forest, woodland, societal, manufacturing and end-user interests to create a sustainable future for our woods and forests.
The Grown in Britain brand identifies wood that has been grown in Britain and assured through our all new licensing scheme. It is a proud mark that shows where that timber has come from and provides assurance that it doesn’t just come from Britain but that the forests and woods were managed to the government’s UK Forestry and public procurement standards.
The British Woodworking Federation (BWF) is a business support organisation. We offer advice, support and wood industry information to our 700 members as well as guidance for customers who use, or specify, our members' products and services. We also provide voice for the sector in the UK, influencing policy, regulations and standards.
There are 5 key things BWF members can do now to get maximum value from their membership and support the work the BWF is doing on behalf of the sector click here to find out more.
Our members get invaluable back up and business support:
Help to comply with necessary regulations
Providing free expert technical advice
Providing the back up your business needs
Giving confidence to your clients with the BWF badge
The STA is currently the country's leading timber organisation, which represents a wide membership of businesses and people involved in construction using engineered timber, from across the UK.
The STA leads the industry on quality, health & safety, education, technical knowledge and customer service. The STA's activities include seminars, factory tours, research, provision of information, networking, advocacy and discussion.
The Considerate Constructors Scheme is a non-profit-making, independent organisation founded in 1997 by the construction industry to improve its image.
Construction sites, companies and suppliers voluntarily register with the Scheme and agree to abide by the Code of Considerate Practice. The Code commits those registered with the Scheme to care about appearance, respect the community, protect the environment, secure everyone’s safety and value their workforce.
The Scheme is concerned about any area of construction activity that may have a direct or indirect impact on the image of the industry as a whole. The main areas of concern fall into three categories: the general public, the workforce and the environment.
For further information, please visit www.ccscheme.org.uk
We are a trusted leader in health, safety and environmental management. As a not-for-profit organisation all our resources are directed to reducing risk and preventing injuries in the workplace, across the world. Our comprehensive services include training, audit, advice and accreditation. We help organisations of all sizes in all sectors develop and maintain effective policies and processes, working with and through our members to develop best practice.
We’ve been doing this for nearly 60 years, educating millions of workers and making hundreds of thousands of workplaces safer. We’re consulted directly on legislation and campaign actively to raise standards.
worldarchitecturenews.com (WAN) is an online architecture news resource and the leading supplier of news to the global architecture community. Whilst WAN may be a relatively young company, having officially launched in September 2005, it is expanding rapidly and since March 2007 has held the Google number one position for 'architecture news', exemplifying its stronghold as an industry frontrunner.
With breaking news, jobs vacancies, event listings, intriguing features, expert comments and architectural projects from around the world, WAN reaches out to developers, organisations, consultants, students and architects across the globe. Every week, our free e-newsletter ‘News Review’ reaches over 150,000 desktops worldwide, rounding up the week’s most exciting architectural stories, the best jobs and groundbreaking feature articles. With over 10.8 million page impressions each month, WAN is steadily going from strength to strength.
Timber Trades Journal (TTJ) is the most widely and highly respected title in its market, renowned for its editorial content and impartial perspective on latest business and market trends across the timber industry. The magazine also has a widespread reputation as a forum for the timber sector.
Leading industry players and senior executives from trade bodies throughout the UK and worldwide not only read it, they write for it too, giving their expert views on key topics and issues of the day. Our people page is the place for the industry to post appointment and promotion news. All this, and the fact that the TTJ has been published for nearly 140 years, has created tremendous industry identification with the title and an invaluable sense of ownership.
Construction Enquirer is owned and run by experienced journalists Aaron Morby and Grant Prior. Both have been working in construction journalism for more than 20 years. Aaron has previously been editor of Construction News and Contract Journal while Grant has worked as news editor at both titles.
Grant said: “We decided to set up a construction news service which is free but offers quality editorial thanks to our experience in the industry and the contacts we have made over the years. We believe the delivery of news in the industry is moving rapidly online as people demand information in real time. Construction Enquirer provides fast, accurate news in a succinct format that provides industry professionals all they need to know in minutes.”
The world’s leading professional marketing body.
For more than 100 years, CIM has been supporting, representing and developing marketers, teams, leaders and the profession as a whole. We are based at Moor Hall in Cookham, Berkshire. CIM’s purpose and the way we are governed by our Board of Trustees is set out in our royal charter and each year the Trustees prepare a report and financial statement on CIM’s activities.
Construction Manager is published on behalf of the CIOB, the Chartered Institute of Building.
With over 42,000 members, the CIOB is the international voice of the building professional, representing an unequalled body of knowledge concerning the management of the total building process.
Each issue of DETAIL is devoted to a specific constructional theme and provides a comprehensive treatment of the subject in the various sections of the journal. The main section is the »Documentation«, containing an analysis of selected projects, in which buildings from around the world are covered in depth. In addition to the aesthetic quality of the architecture, constructional details play a central role.
All plan drawings are redrawn in-house true to scale and in consultation with the architects, planners and engineers responsible for the original design. This affords readers ready access to the projects and a swift means of comparison at a uniformly high level.
Journal of wood & forest products association Vietnam.
Timber in Construction is the only national magazine dedicated to the coverage of timber and wood-based products in modern building design and architecture.
TIC is a high quality, full colour A4 publication featuring all the latest news, industry developments and indepth features in the world of timber frame construction, enginereed wood and associated products.
Distributed to a wide range of construction professionals including contractors, engineers, architects and specifiers, TIC offers a guaranteed readership of informed decision makers.
Building again! After a period of hesitation this sector is set for growth to deliver the new homes required for the future. Our monthly magazine, website, newsletters and social media provide the UK house building sector with a wealth of up to date information.
Lifting the lid on the leading players in the building, construction & property industry today!
Available in both digital and print formats, each edition of Building Design and Construction Magazine (BDC) contains layer upon layer of captivating news coverage, project portfolios and in-depth analytical studies of key industry topics such as sustainability, the environment and health & safety.
With each and every month the UK construction industry changes and adapts in new and interesting ways. To keep track of all the latest trends, changes and developments within the industry, see the latest issues of our monthly publication available below in online, digital format.
Founded in 1897 the Society has changed with the times over the intervening years but still endeavours to provide assistance to those past and present members of the timber trade in need.
We have four Trustees and nine regional volunteer committees. Representatives from these committees together with the President , Vice President, Past-Presidents of the Society and the Trustees and General Manager make up our Board of Management.
Representatives of the regional committees visit existing and new beneficiaries on a regular basis to make sure that we are providing the most appropriate help. New volunteers are always welcome.
Online turn-page magazine, website, newsletters and social media providing the whole building team with regularly updated information on products and services. Ideal if you require a wide reach across a multi disciplined audience of building professionals.
Wood for good is the UK's wood promotion campaign. The Wood for Good campaign works on behalf of the whole timber industry in the UK. It aims to promote the suitability and sustainability of wood as a building material to the construction and logistics sectors and associated professionals such as architects and design engineers.
Public Sector Build Journal (PSBJ) is a leading, modern B2B building specification publication in the UK construction marketplace. With its modern design and refreshing outlook it provides must-read editorial and product information.
Future Constructor & Architect is a new modern B2B building & design publication to hit the marketplace with a modern design & refreshing outlook providing must read editorial and market information as well as providing the latest on all products as they hit the market.
FCA is the launch title of Sam Ball who has served publishing in the building industry for 8 years and having launched titles in the market place he understands the needs and wants of readers & advertisers alike.
As the latest addition to Mixed Media Information's thriving portfolio of architecture and design magazines, i-build provides a fresh and modern approach to self-build product specification and design inspiration.
The i-build team is now commissioning independent free of charge editorial contributions, which relate to self-build projects and would be relevant to our readership – please browse the 2015 media pack for more information.
BOISmag is the leading magazine for the wood industry. It addresses the transversely from the timber industries of primary and secondary processing, to the construction and furniture through the trading, distribution, trade and the environment.
Each month brings BOISmag economic and technical information, both on international and national issues on corporate life, news of the sector, regulation, markets, products, materials and innovations.
Archetech magazine is an insightful information source for Architects, & Architectural Technicians, featuring lead stories on current projects, our readers have the opportunity to explore new and innovative product launches.
Archetech offers Architectural Services to all those who are initiating, planning and implementing architectural projects. Whether you’re a interior designer, an investor or a builder who needs to obtain planning permission and building regulation approval, in either the domestic, residential or commercial sectors.
With a sharp editorial content, cutting-edge design approach and informative written style. Our advertisers and readers alike can take confidence in our experience and ability in matching your product to the needs of the marketplace. Inspiring new decisions and ideas based on the current market trends.
The Construction Index provides a wide range of information services for the UK construction industry. Our easy to use website ensures key decision makers within the construction industry use our website frequently and view The Construction Index as a valued business tool.
The Construction Index Tender service is currently FREE to use and will provide you with access to new business contracts and new business opportunities within the UK construction sector. It is updated five times a week with approximately 1,500 Construction related public procurement notices. You can browse the full list of UK Construction Tenders, search by keyword or sort the procurement notices by type or business sector.
Structural Timber Magazine is dedicated to covering the UK’s leading mainstream low-carbon construction material and its positive impact on the built environment. The publication is produced in association with the
Structural Timber Association (STA) – the UK’s leading timber organisation – that represents a broad range of UK businesses embracing timber technology and timber building systems.
Every issue will contain the latest news, industry comment, interviews and feature material, covering solid wood systems such as CLT and glulam, timber frame and SIPS, plus a wide range of product and technical issues surrounding specification, building design and performance. Special reports on timber and the UK’s housing, education, healthcare and commercial sectors will include feature articles from leading timber and construction sector decision makers plus exemplar case studies.
We offer a wide range of online advertising opportunities in our Publication including:
News and event listings
Each Edition will be uploaded through a variety of avenues some of which are the fastest growing digital publishing platforms in the world. Millions of avid readers visit these Platforms every day to read the free publications created by enthusiastic publishers from all over the globe with topics in fashion, lifestyle, art, sports and global affairs to mention a few. And that's not all. We at BCR UK an independent publisher will be utilizing these networks to reach new fans every day.
Building Pieces is a collaborative platform designed by professionals and experts from the building industry. We are driven on bringing together a selection of quality products to help specifiers design their projects.
Building Pieces is fully illustrated making the search process much easier. Searches can be easily sorted by product, manufacturer or recently listed, providing simple results and removing the time-consuming task of going through each manufacturer individually.
Once products have been selected, a clear and simple library is built and reports can be created for a specific project, ready to be shared with the design and build team.
With a nationwide readership of 22,000, the Fencing & Landscaping News is the magazine for the industry.
Each bi-monthly publication features sawmills, timber yards, contractors, specifiers, manufacturers and landscapers; as well as all the latest news, updates and information to keep your business up to speed with goings on in the industry.
The publication has been going strong for thirty two years, and in that time a lot has changed: technology has moved on and a whole new range of demands and issues have effected the way we fence and the products we use. Now, in keeping with advances, the Fencing and Landscaping News endeavours to keep you up to date between issues, with our new and updated site
Excel Publishing Company was formed in 1991 by Patrick Rafter and Martin Regan. The background of the two directors was different but complementary. Rafter was a sales director with a publishing company while Regan had extensive experience as a business journalist.
The aim, from the very beginning, was quite simple: to build a great company with great products. Excel Publishing quickly set new standards and continues to do so.
First established in 2002 by former Building Centre director, Darren Jarvis, Construct UK was created to provide the UK construction marketing community with fast access to an independent and extensive resource of construction-specific sales, media and marketing information.
Our unique sales and marketing specific information was originally published as two, annually updated, print editions: The Construct UK Handbook and The Exporter’s Guide to the UK Construction Market. Within five years the resource had evolved to become the most comprehensive online directory of information specifically compiled to support the sales and marketing activities of all organisations operating in the construction industry.
Today we are pleased to include amongst our clients, businesses and trade organisations from across the world. We understand the importance of providing them with truly comprehensive and accurate data, which we obtain from first-hand research and continually update throughout the year. In addition to our published data, we welcome the opportunity to undertake bespoke research for individual clients so please do not hesitate to contact us for an informal discussion.