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UK Construction Week is back in Birmingham this October

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The UK's largest built environment event, UK Construction Week (UKCW) returns to NEC Birmingham, 3-5 October 2023.

Uniting 300+ exhibitors in one place to celebrate the legacy of the city that built Great Britain, and still to this day influences the construction industry for the better. Across the three-day event, UCKW will have 9 specialist zones, a brand-new live demonstration theatre, key-notes, 300+ CPD hours, 6,000 products for you to browse from and so much more.

UK Construction Week has a great line up of speakers, keynotes and panel debates across the three days. Featuring the pioneers of culture change and leaders from business, government and beyond. This show’s programme is set to host debates on how best to foster new thinking across the whole sector.

The speaker programme will include updates on best practice in sustainable building, the future of MMC and modular building, retrofit, the new regulatory regime on building products, and adopting AI. Plus, there will be sessions on Social Value, new methods of procurement, and decarbonisation.

UK Construction Week has been awarded to the Best UK Tradeshow by the Association of Event Organisers in 2020. The judges said this was an outstanding entry which demonstrated the positive success of several new initiatives and sustainable procedures.

Members of the UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA) will attend the show, to participate in the CPD workshops and celebrate talents in the industry at the UKCW Role Models 2023 campaign. For many years, the UKCW theme has been to champion culture change within the construction sector, and the Role Models campaign does exactly that. Every year they search for talented professionals to share their interesting and inspiring stories in order to motivate others to join the industry.

Marketing & Events Manager of UKATA, Victoria Castelluccio says of the 2023 event: “I am looking forward to returning to UKCW, after last exhibiting in 2021. The show promises the best line up yet, with Channel 4’s George Clarke, Chair of Industry Safety Steering Group Dame Judith Hackitt and more content than ever before dedicated to sustainability. The UKATA team and I, look forward to hearing from the fantastic line-up of keynote speakers, and networking with prospective members and associates”.

UKATA, a leading association, is dedicated to enhancing the quality and standards of asbestos training with the aim to shield workers and the public from the hazards of asbestos exposure.

The association collaborates closely with its members to guarantee that they have access to the latest information, training resources, and industry updates. They provide a suite of support services to assist them in accomplishing their training objectives. Their membership encompasses a diverse array of organisations involved in asbestos training, including training providers, asbestos removal contractors, consultants, and equipment suppliers.

UKATA is fervent about promoting safe and responsible working practices, committed to working with members and partners to realise a shared vision of protecting workers and the public from the hazards linked with asbestos exposure.

Published on Monday 25th September 2023