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The next edition of Futurebuild will now take place 01 -03 March 2022 and will elevate innovation, showcasing the products, solutions and ideas that will deliver the transformational change needed to address climate change. The event will be laser focused on the most pressing issues facing the industry.

You don’t have to wait until the 2022 event to do business! Check out our new online event series Game Changers LIVE as well as our webinar series.

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Futurebuild stages

Futurebuild 2022 will remain true to the roots of ecobuild by standing out as the only event to have a higher purpose, to be a catalyst for change. The passion for innovation and real change will extend beyond the world class knowledge programme, across the entire exhibition floor and showcase innovation like never before.

The knowledge programme and exhibition will unite to provide education and solutions to address the biggest challenges facing the built environment, in six stages; Buildings, Energy, Critical Infrastructure, Interiors, Offsite and Resourceful Materials.

We’re looking for brands of all sizes to share innovations within these stages to provide inspiration for high level specifier audience.

Spotlights

Whole House Retrofit

This area is a showcase for solutions and services that can underpin whole-house retrofit at scale.
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Innovation Trail

Innovative brands come to life giving specifiers the opportunity to explore new products, solutions and materials.
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Digital Impact

Enabling industry professionals to better understand just what is “digital construction” and what purpose it serves.
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Big Innovation Pitch

Start-ups and entrepreneurs get the opportunity to pitch their ideas live against each other and be crowned the winner.
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Whole House Retrofit

This area is a showcase for solutions and services that can underpin whole-house retrofit at scale.
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District Energy Pavilion

The District Energy Pavilion will provide solutions and essential knowledge for those looking to understand more about this approach to decarbonisation of heat.
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Future Installer

We need to prepare a generation of Future Installers to increase the scale and reach of small-scale low carbon installations.
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Circular Materials Marketplace

Innovative brands come to life giving specifiers the opportunity to explore new products, solutions and materials.
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Digital Impact

Enabling industry professionals to better understand just what is “digital construction” and what purpose it serves.
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Intelligent Buildings

This new Spotlight area will help inform the industry on the smart products and technologies that are making buildings more intelligent.
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Exhibitor enquiry

Exhibit

Speak to a memember of the team to enquire about exhibiting at Futurebuild 2021.
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Register interest

We'll let you know when registration opens and keep you updated on what's going on at Futurebuild 2021.
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Why exhibit

Why exhibit

Get in front of industry decision-makers who visit to specify and actively source your solutions.
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Digital Transformation to build back better by Ana Ruiton

Opinion Piece by Ana Ruiton, Mott MacDonald Digital Transformation to build back better “Building back better” phrase is everywhere right now, from presidential campaigns slogans to pandemic recovery programmes, and we will be hearing it even more in 2021 with the potential of becoming a global motto in the years to come. But what it

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‘Greenwashing’ by Justin Peckham

Opinion Piece by Justin Peckham, 540 WORLD You may have heard of the term “greenwashing”. A play on the term “whitewashing”, greenwashing is the process of conveying a false impression or providing misleading information about how a company’s products are more environmentally sound. Put simply greenwashing is consumer deception. And with consumers in the UK

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The Three Levels of “How” to Decarbonise

Opinion Piece by Dr Don McLean, IES The Three Levels of “How” to Decarbonise The Decarbonisation of the Built Environment could be a much more expensive exercise and less effective than it needs to be.  To prevent this, we need to consider the three levels of ‘How’ to decarbonise. Level 1Ask, at the first and

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