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UK Construction Week 2017

Energy 2017 & Smart Buildings 2017

ECA are official partners and exhibitors at Energy & Smart Buildings 2017 - part of UK Construction Week.

External Event

10 October 2017 - 12 October 2017

FREE

NEC - Birmingham
NEC
North Avenue
Birmingham
B40 1NT

Taking place at the Birmingham's NEC, the event unites over 1,000 exhibitors with a trade audience of over 24,000 visitors. 

Taking place at the Birmingham's NEC, the event unites over 1,000 exhibitors with a trade audience of over 24,000 visitors. UK Construction Week (UKCW) consists of nine shows: Timber Expo, Build Show, Civils Expo, Plant & Machinery Live, Energy 2017, Smart Buildings 2017, Surface & Materials Show and HVAC 2017 running from 10-12 October and Grand Designs Live which is open to the trade on 11-15 October.

Due to the success of last year’s show and increased demand, Energy 2017 has doubled in size spanning across two halls of the NEC (Hall 2 and Hall 3) which will also accommodate the UKCW VIP Lounge in hall 3.

For more details or to register for free - Click Here

About Energy 2017

Energy 2017 is the industry trade event dedicated to renewables, innovation and power solutions. Uniting all the key business players in the industry such as architects, project/energy managers, engineers and developers, this event provides the perfect platform to unite the energy sector and the wider interconnected industries.

Due to the success of last year’s show and increased demand, Energy 2017 has doubled in size spanning across two halls of the NEC (Hall 2 and Hall 3) which will also accommodate the UKCW VIP Lounge in hall 3.

For more details or to register for free - Click Here

About Smart Buildings 2017

Smart Buildings 2017 will cover a spectrum of interconnected industries including home automation, workplace technology, access & security controls, climate control, lighting and shading controls, home entertainment systems and the increasingly popular 'Internet of Things'.