As we all know, the construction industry is constantly evolving and changing, with all the latest advances in technology and fresh new ways of completing projects. One of the best ways of discovering these advances and meeting with other industry professionals is through organised events and exhibitions.

There are multiples events happening in the construction industry throughout 2019, so we thought we’d break down a list of the best ones.


Marketing in Construction Summit (7th February)

Location: Building Centre, London

Brought to you by UK Construction Week, this event provides a platform for professionals with a passion for marketing in our industry. The event features a variety of seminars, case studies and workshops from leading industry experts.

For more information, visit the website.


Futurebuild 2019 (5th – 7th March)

Location: ExCel, London

Futurebuild 2019 is set to tackle the biggest challenges impacting the built environment, and allows attendees to get hands-on experience with some of the latest innovations and products. The event features a range of different exhibitors, as well as multiple seminars, conferences and workshops over 3 days.

For more information, visit the website.


The UK Concrete Show (20th – 21st March)

Location: The NEC, Birmingham

Back for it’s 9th year, this is the UK’s only event dedicated to the concrete industry. The event has 2 halls filled with everything concrete related, with a range of more than 300 product categories on display.

For more information, visit the website.


The UK Infrastructure Show 2019 (30th April)

Location: The NEC, Birmingham

The UK Infrastructure Show brings together some of the biggest major projects and programmes within infrastructure, and allows for lots of networking and learning opportunities. The sectors represented at this event include transport, energy, utilities, social infrastructure and flood & coastal and features over 100 exhibitors.

For more information, visit the website.


National Construction Expo (1st May)

Location: Arena MK, Milton Keynes

The National Construction Expo brings together over 2000 delegates from all areas of the construction industry for an engaging and thought provoking event. The key themes for this year’s conference include Brexit, Foreign Direct Investment, Public & Private Housing and Sustainability, as well as others.

For more information, visit the website.


GEO Business (21st – 22nd May)

Location: Business Design Centre, London

GEO Business is the geospatial event that is designed for everyone who gathers, stores, processes or delivers geospatial information. The event showcases over 200 geospatial companies, as well as a strategic conference, seminars, workshops and a range of networking opportunities.

For more information, visit the website.


Utility Week Live (21st – 22nd May)

Location: The NEC, Birmingham

Utility Week Live is one of the leading utilities industry exhibitions, and is attended by over 3,000 utilities professionals ever year. The 2019 event allows attendees to discover and try the latest utilities tech, identify new markets and gain fresh ideas, with over 500 product and service solutions, as well as 200 inspirational speakers.

For more information, visit the website.


South East Construction Expo (26th September)

Location: South of England Event Centre, Ardingly

The South East Construction Expo aims to build and maintain business relationships with leaders across the construction industry, featuring multiple exhibits and workshops. At this event, you can get updates on major developments, see new innovations in the industry and gain access to marketing tools for contractors.

For more information, visit the website.


Kent Construction Expo (3rd October)

Location: Kent Event Centre, Detling

The Kent Construction Expo is the largest gathering of construction industry professionals in the South East, with over 150 exhibitors and a high level conference. The event is designed to cover a range of different topics, from smart technology to heating solutions to architecture.

For more information, visit the website.


Health & Safety North (8th – 9th October)

Location: EventCity, Manchester

Health & Safety North is an event that brings together health & safety practitioners and communities from across the North to learn and network. Spread over 2 days, the event features 200 exhibitors, 56 industry speakers and 36 hours of free conferences and seminars.

For more information, visit the website.


UK Construction Week (8th – 10th October)

Location: The NEC, Birmingham

The UK’s biggest built environment event is back for another year and features 9 different shows over 3 days. With a wide range of different exhibitions, seminars, conferences and shows, this event is suitable for anyone who works in the construction industry.

For more information, visit the website.


Highways UK 2019 (6th – 7th November)

Location: The NEC, Birmingham

Highways UK is a major event that brings together everyone who works on or around the UK’s road network. This event offers exciting content across different areas, including big thinking, road owner hubs, tech & innovation, materials & maintenance and safety & people.

For more information, visit the website.


London Build Expo (27th – 28th November)

Location: Olympia, London

The London Build Expo is one of the leading construction shows in the UK, featuring over 500 speakers, 350 exhibitors and lots of networking opportunities. Spread across 8 conference floors, the event allows attendees to disco the latest developments in the industry and find information on upcoming trends in global construction.

For more information, visit the website.


Summary

These are just a couple of the many, many events happening across the entire UK during the year and we’re going to be at a couple of them ourselves. Are you planning on attending any of these events?



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