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UKCW Birmingham: 4-6 October 2022 | NEC
UKCW London: 2-4 May 2023 | ExCeL

 

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  • Buyers spend 60% of their time looking at images, compared to text copy and other ad elements. With GI renders you can present lifelike images, almost as good as a display home. Buyers are more likely
  • Edenbridge company, Bee Conservation is leading the way on improving biodiversity in local areas across the UK, showing businesses a unique way to channel their commitments to sustainability. The comp ...
  • Echo Barrier once again provided us with a solution that really works" Amir Rashid, Track Partnership To expedite time consuming track improvement works at the busy Earl’s Court subway station, London ...
  • The construction industry & built environment plays a pivotal role in our everyday lives and is also going to be one of the hardest sectors to completely decarbonise before the Net Zero goal of 2050.
  • In this Q&A, Peter Sayce, Chief Product Officer at Bramble Energy talks to UK Construction Online about the main challenges construction faces when looking to tackle carbon emissions.
  • London-based fuel cell company Bramble Energy has closed a £35million investment round to help further expand its game changing capabilities.
  • UKCW is the UK’s largest built environment event. The exhibitions, which run over 3 days, take place between the 3rd and 5th May 2022 at the Excel in London, and 4th – 6th October 2022 at the NEC in B ...
  • After our initial resounding success in introducing our industry leading Wood Restoration products to the UK marketplace, Abatron is excited to once again showcase at the UK Construction Week!  Today ...
  • As an interchange for the Hammersmith & City and District Lines and London Overground, Whitechapel station will be an integral element of the Elizabeth line.  
  • Queen’s Hospital, Romford, operates a full A&E service, trauma centre, hyper-acute stroke unit and one of the largest maternity units in the country.  
  • Spanning over 60 miles via 41 different stations, the Elizabeth line will transform rail transport in London and the South East, when services commence in the first half of 2022.
  • Marcus Parnham, Commercial Director at Profab Access, discusses the importance of adequate product testing and certification to ensure the long-term safety of a building.

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