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 05-07 March 2019 / ExCeL, London

ecobuild

Ecobuild

Waste

Waste

Offsite

Offsite

Urban Infrastructure

Urban Infrastructure

Materials

Materials

Energy

Energy

Buildings

Buildings

Interiors

Interiors

Urban Infrastructure

Urban Infrastructure

Urban Infrastructure

Urban Infrastructure hub

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The future of Urban Infrastructure

The Urban Infrastructure Hub at Futurebuild 2019 will cover all aspects of urban infrastructure defined as “including everything that is not a building” and this will look at green, blue, grey and social and economic infrastructure.

You will find a variety of product launches from exhibitors in this area, as well as green spaces and innovative features. Alongside this, the dedicated seminar programme will cover everything around infrastructure, water, urban greening, the public realm and wellbeing.

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2019 Urban Infrastructure Hub exhibitors include

City Walk

City Walk

The City Walk will give visitors the opportunity to stop by, take a seat in the café and view the natural products on display. Exhibitors within City Walk can showcase a wide range of products, innovations and services and provide advice on how to use them for future generations.
The Refill Station

The Refill Station

Focusing on SDG 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation), the Refill Station, brought to you by the Institution of Civil Engineers, will feature a range of solutions from their partners, as well as free water, provided by ZIP and reusable water containers from Wavin.
BALI & the Landscape Institute

BALI & the Landscape Institute

Committed to ensuring the built environment provides sustainable and inspirational environments, our partners BALI and the Landscape Institute will be at Futurebuild 2019, where along with their members, they will showcase their technologies and products, and share best practice within the seminar theatre.

Urban Infrastructure Hub seminar programme

The 2018 UKSSD report ‘Measuring Up: How is the UK Performing on the UN Sustainable Development Goals’ examined the 17 Goals and 169 targets and considered that 143 of the targets needed to be delivered in the UK. Currently we are only doing well on 24% of these, with inadequate responses on 57% and poor performance on 15%. The SDGs and all interrelated and should be part of all our work in the built environment.

As demonstrated in the Conference programme we are in a time of multiple challenges to which those engaged in design and delivery in the built environment need to respond. This seminar programme provides an opportunity to explore and discuss some of those pressing challenges.

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10:30
  1. Urban Infrastructure Hub theatre
    70 mins
    • Urban Infrastructure
    Reconciling environmental, technological, transport and above all human priorities in our streets
    Panel
13:30
  1. Urban Infrastructure Hub theatre
    70 mins
    • Urban Infrastructure
    A look at how to create safer and more inclusive environments, accessible to all ages and abilities
    Panel
    Sub Session Speaker 3
15:00
  1. Urban Infrastructure Hub theatre
    70 mins
    • Urban Infrastructure
    Looking after our urban environments is critical to their making them both usable and resilient.
    Panel
12:00
  1. Urban Infrastructure Hub theatre
    70 mins
    • Urban Infrastructure
    What digital technologies can do for cities, their services, resilience and the lives of citizens?
    Panel

Be part of the future.

Register today for your free three-day ticket by clicking here.

Interested in exhibiting or sponsoring part of the Urban Infrastructure Hub? There are many packages available, download the brochure here for more information.

To showcase your products and innovations, we encourage you to submit a stand enquiry here.

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