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Scotland Build is back at the SEC Glasgow

Scotland Build is back on November 22 & 23 with more content, more networking and more entertainment than ever before, and you can sign up for a free ticket today. More than just your standard exhibition, Scotland Build features over 50 hours... View Article

London Build returns for 2017

London Build is back on October 25th & 26th with more content, more networking and more entertainment than ever before, and you can sign up for a free ticket today. More than just your standard exhibition, London Build features over 100 hours... View Article

Le Mondial du Batiment puts french-speaking countries in the spotlight

With the support of the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), through the Institut de la Francophonie pour le Développement Durable (IFDD), Le Mondial du Bâtiment and its three exhibitions Batimat, Idéobain and Interclima+ElecHB are extending a special welcome to French-speaking countries throughout the event,... View Article

Welcome to the Selfbuild Bootcamp!

Whether you are thinking about designing or building your dream home, renovating an existing one or looking to turn your hand into property development, the Selfbuild Bootcamp is designed especially for you. Did you know on average a self-builder will... View Article

Reimagining Architecture exhibition – July 10-26

UEM Sunrise in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) announce an exhibition to honour the late Zaha Hadid’s legacy, offering an insight into ZHA’s 40 years of design innovation that has redefined architecture for the 21st century and captured imaginations across... View Article

Official launch of UK Construction Week 2017 announced

A unique show designed to bring together the leading voices of the construction industry. UK Construction Week, the largest gathering of the UK’s built environment community announces its return to Birmingham NEC from 10 – 12 October 2017, where it... View Article
Explore Offsite Education conference

Investing in education for the next generation

In February 2017, the National Audit Office – a body that scrutinises public spending for Parliament – found that a large number of school buildings in England required substantial repairs. It is estimated that it will cost £6.7bn to return... View Article

Housing 2017 updates conference content to reflect recent events

Following the tragic events at Grenfell Tower, Housing 2017 – located at Manchester Central from 27-29 June – has outlined updated conference sessions that will provide visitors with relevant guidance. Tuesday 14:30 – Large-scale estate regeneration 15:00 – Keynote: John... View Article

Some of the world’s most innovative architects gather in London on 4 July to debate the future of our cities

Leading names include this year’s Serpentine Pavilion designer Francis Kéré, British giants Amanda Levete and Sir David Chipperfield, New York architect Elizabeth Diller responsible for the High Line, radical Odile Decq and fast-rising global talent Ma Yansong, who have designed some of the most jaw-dropping buildings of the 21st century.... View Article
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