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UKCW London: 2-4 May 2023 | ExCeL
UKCW Birmingham: 3-5 October 2023 | NEC



UK Construction Week

Net Zero @ UK Construction Week

Net Zero @ UK Construction Week

NEW for London 2023, a dedicated Net Zero area at UK Construction Week will showcase latest innovation that will help make the built environment become more sustainable.


There has never been greater awareness that action needs to be taken to reduce carbon emissions as we strive to become net zero, everyone involved in the built environment has a huge role to play.

At the 2023 London event, manufacturers, suppliers, and partners will educate the industry on how to meet the standards that are required to become more sustainable and ensure Net Zero targets are achievable. 

We are in an exciting era where new building methods and innovation can lead us to a Net Zero construction industry, UK Construction Week is the place to learn how.

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What's On at London 2023

NEW Sustainable Start-Up Zone

We are delighted to introduce the sustainable start-up area within our dedicated net zero section of UKCW London & Birmingham 2023.

Visitors will discover companies that have just emerged in the industry and are ready to disrupt and transform with their innovative sustainable products.

If you want to be part of this opportunity you must:

  • Have a sustainable product, service or solution that will help the built environment reach pressing net zero targets
  • Be able to demonstrate how and why your product or services are on a path to becoming net zero 
  • Have been trading for no longer than two years 

There are limited spaces available.

Enquire today to market your innovative services and help us secure a sustainable world of tomorrow. 

What you missed in 2022

ZERO Stand built by Natural Building Systems


ZERO collaborated with Natural Building Systems to create a stand that utilised leading ultra-low-carbon modular technology.

The lounge, gallery and stand allowed visitors to connect with the change-makers who are pushing the industry to achieve net zero.


ZERO Workshop Hub

The “ZERO Workshop Hub” focussed on how digital tools, methods and skills are improving the performance of projects and leading to lower emissions. The workshop hubs showed how maximising DfMA at renewably powered facilities can move us towards net zero emissions. They also explored material selection, construction plant, equipment, labour and transport, and the role of technology and digitalisation in these areas.

Supported by

 zero2    skanska2    wsp3     nbs

Visitors met the people behind the 'Zero Next' movement. ZERO Next is a new movement within ZERO, focusing on young people, with a fast growing global network of students and young professionals who are making strong demands on the construction  industry. We know what we want from the construction industry, and we want it now!

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