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Construction industry exhibitions list
Exhibitions can be a very efficient way of catching up on the latest trends, issues, best practice, products and services in the industry. Exhibitions also offer the opportunity to talk face to face with a number of potential suppliers and find out about their products and services in a relaxed environment.
 Futurebuild – United Kingdom - March
|Futurebuild is the industry’s event, bringing together opinion-shapers, decision-makers and product innovators to explore the latest thinking and debate the biggest issues facing the built environment – now and in the future.|
Location: Excel, London
Next event date: 5th-7th March 2019
Who attends: Architects, engineers, housebuilders/developers, sustainability managers/energy managers and assessors, consultants, contractors, housing associations/local authorities. For more information on attendees click here.
Futurebuild 2019 brings together opinion-shapers, decision-makers and product innovators under a common purpose to explore the latest technologies and approaches, and debate the biggest issues facing the built environment – now and in the future – both in the UK and overseas.
Whether you’re an architect, designer, consultant, housebuilder, energy or sustainable manager, Futurebuild 2019 will provide you with insight, innovation and inspiration in a packed three day programme including an exhibition of future-focused brands, a conference, seminars, workshops, showcases and much more!
|New York Build is the leading construction show at the Javits Center and covers all sectors of the construction industry. New York Build is the only event of its kind where you can find detailed information about ongoing and planned projects in New York City as well as network with the key players behind them.|
Location: New York, USA
Next event date: 12th -13th March 2019, Javits Centre
About New York Build
Since its launch 3 years ago, New York Build has steadily built up a loyal following of construction industry leaders, drawing in attendees because of its unique focus on New York and the surrounding Tri-State region, its first-class content, free to attend AIA Ces approved workshops, entertainment and multiple networking events.
|Sydney Build is the leading construction show for Sydney and New South Wales and is attended by thousands of contractors, architects, engineers, government and building professionals.|
Location: Sydney, Australia
Next event date: 14th -15th March 2019, Royal Hall of Industries
About Sydney Build
Since its launch 3 years ago, Sydney Build has quickly built a loyal following, drawing in attendees due to its focus on Sydney and its surrounding region; its fresh content; exclusive networking events; and entertainment. Last year’s show was met with huge success, with 157 exhibitors; 11,839 pre-registered visitors; 56 supporting partners; and 92 speakers. After reaching full capacity last year, Sydney Build will be taking up both the Royal Hall of Industries and its neighboring venue - Hordern Pavillion - for its next edition.
At Sydney Build, win contracts, promote products, learn from leading thought leaders from Sydney and the wider region, enhance your brand awareness, forge new business opportunities, meet pre-qualified buyers and much more.
|Scotland Build is the leading and largest construction show for Scotland, covering the latest projects, innovation and opportunities across the country.|
Location: Glasgow SEC
Next event date: 20th -21st March 2019
This is not your average construction show! Scotland Build believes that doing business should be fun and includes the popular Festival of Construction with live comedy acts, entertainment, celebrity guests, live music, prize giveaways and much more.
Scotland Build features 150+ high-level speakers across 4 conference theatres covering the Future of Construction, BIM & Digital Construction, Architecture, Sustainability and more. This is your one stop shop to gain the latest insight to innovation in products and services with our 200 booth exhibition, to acquire all of your CPD points and for you to network with the industry in an energetic, fun and productive environment.
|Chicago Build is a large-scale building & construction show for Illinois and the Midwest. Chicago Build takes place at McCormick Place, the largest convention centre in the United States.|
Location: McCormick Place, Chicago
Next event date: 19th -20th September 2019
About Chicago Build
120+ Industry Leading Speakers
175+ Exhibitors within 9 Zones. The Midwest's largest Construction Expo.
9 Show Zones: Building Zone, Design Zone, Digital Construction & BIM Zone, Flooding Management & Prevention Zone, Fire Safety Zone, Infrastructure Zone, Interior & Fit Out Zone, Plant Machinery & Equipment Zone, Sustainability Zone.
Thousands of attendees will be joining us from across Chicago + the Midwest
Networking opportunities: Live Music, Drinks, Prize Giveaways and Live Demos.
M/WBE Networking Session
Women in Construction
Construction topics focusing on: Residential construction, transport and infrastructure, commercial construction, new contracts and opportunities, Chicago projects, prefab, urban design, sustainability, BIM/Digital, women in construction, facilities and building management, design, fixtures and fittings. Plus much more.
 Digital Construction Week – United Kingdom - October
Next event date: TBA
Who attends: CEO's, CIO/CTO's, Heads of Innovation and R&D, Investors, Heads of Department and Programme Managers, Digital Construction Managers & Directors, Digital Engineers, Digital Practice Managers, BIM Managers & Directors, ICT Managers & Directors, IT Operations, Visualisers, Project Managers, Architects, Contractors, Engineers, Surveyors, Construction Managers, Building Services, Facilities & Estate Managers & Directors, Clients and Developers, Graduates, Students, and Educators.
To find out more about attends Digital Construction Week visit this website page.
We believe that the tools and processes now available have the power to change the future of the built environment and the world we live in. Our aim is to help you explore their potential and to understand how best to adopt and implement them to reduce costs and carbon emissions, improve profitability and efficiency, and create a smarter, more diverse industry.
The event series features a two day exhibition with interactive, hands-on demonstrations, free to attend seminars, workshops and classes. networking events, and a full two-day thought leadership conference programme.
 London Build - United Kingdom - October
Next event date: TBA
Who attends: Contractors, architects, specifiers, developers, local councils, housing associations, house builders engineers, suppliers and construction professionals. For more information on attendees click here.
ABOUT LONDON BUILD 2018
London Build features: 240+ speakers across 8 conference theatres (Future London, London Design, BIM & Digital Construction, Sustainability, Interior & Fit-out, Innovation, Skills Hub and Fire Safety), 220+ CPD knowledge sessions, 300+ exhibitors across 9 exhibition zones and a range of exclusive free-to-attend networking events including: Constructing Excellence Breakfast, Constructionline Meet the Buyer, Women in Construction Morning Tea, Doyle Club Meeting, BIM Open Mic, an Oktoberfest beer festival, the Festival of Construction, prize giveaways, celebrity guests and much more.
--Simon Baxter 12:17, 27 Sep 2018 (BST)
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