Join FRAMECAD® in-person at The Offsite Expo & UK Construction Week
When: Tuesday 20th - Wednesday 21st September
Where: Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK
OFFSITE EXPO is designed for all those involved in the construction sector and will showcase the best innovations and technological advancements in the industry. It will also provide a forum for new business and a demonstration of how offsite techniques can deliver an effective, more attractive, innovative and sustainable built environment.
- 4,000+ visitors
- 100+ Offsite Manufactures and Suppliers
- 40+ hours of accredited masterclasses
- 100+ leading industry speakers
- 300+ meetings in the Buyers & Specifiers forum
Register for The Offsite Expo below
When: Tuesday 4th - Thursday 6th October
Where: National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, UK
The multi-award winning UK Construction Week will connect the whole supply chain in an event designed to be a catalyst for growth. With Government support and education on how to tap into major investment opportunities in Housing and Infrastructure, UKCW will be the must attend construction even this Autumn.
Top industry speakers will be discussing how to tackle the biggest issues, including quality, fire safety, sustainability, offsite manufacturing, mental health, and improving diversity and inclusion.
This year it will be co-located with Grand Designs Live where the latest ideas, innovation, and home project guidance.
Register for UK Construction Week below
Here's what you can learn at the FRAMECAD® booth:
- The easiest way to engage cold formed steel in construction
- How to reduce engineering costs, whilst adding value into your structural designs
- How to avoid expensive labour costs and rapidly accelerate the construction process
- Construct highly accurate buildings with the FRAMECAD end-to-end system for cold formed steel
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