03-05 March 2020 / ExCeL, London
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Event News & Product Innovators

Event News & Product Innovators

  • Details of the renewed partnership between Futurebuild and the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) have reinforced the event’s position as the most considerate in the built environment sector.

  • Bauder has opened its fully renovated single ply training facility at its UK offices in Suffolk.

  • Buzon UK have installed their pedestal system to support Iroko timber decking as part of a relaxation space for office occupants to enjoy on 33 King William Street in London.

  • Polyroof was chosen to waterproof over 400 square metres on the main barrel roof and lower penthouse balconies for a Roofing Award winning development.

  • Creator of the world’s most advanced drinking water system, Zip Water UK, will be keeping visitors to this year’s Futurebuild exhibition hydrated while also educating guests on how drinking water in the workplace should form a key part of sustainability strategies.

  • Futurebuild has been announced as an Official UK Government Innovation Partner as it unveils plans to host ‘The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Innovation Zone’ at the 2019 event. The Innovation Zone will inspire and educate visitors around the Government’s ambitious clean growth initiatives, and provide knowledge to innovative companies on how to access funding and support from BEIS and Innovate UK.

  • Hoppings has supplied their FSC Certified Q-Grip York anti-slip deck boards for the West Kent NHS trust

  • Sky Ocean Ventures, set up to prevent plastic reaching the sea, is receiving £2m of match funding from Innovate UK
  • Share your SDGs story with Bioregional for Futurebuild 2019

    09 Jan 2019 Julia Hawkins, Head of Communications and Policy, Bioregional
    Bioregional is on a mission to discover stories about SDG success in the built environment. Julia Hawkins shares the thinking behind this mission and invites everyone to get involved
  • A mixture of render and stone cladding was chosen to provide an interesting contrast while Western Red Cedar from Silva Timber added a touch of warmth to this modern self-build home.

  • ACO water management have provided their Qmax system for the 240-acre Gateway Business Park near Peterborough

  • Elite Systems GB were specified by Caddick Construction to provide a bespoke gatehouse, reflecting the architectural style of their clients existing warehouse

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