Explore Offsite Housing

27th March 2019 until 27th March 2019

at QEII, London

The nation’s media has been reporting on a UK housing crisis for many months, but is there now a climate for change in the industry?

Experts have hailed offsite construction as the only way to respond to the demand for new housing. Moving the construction of houses into factories enables the build to take place both efficiently and economically, making the national shortage of labour less of a concern.

For those in the construction sector with fresh ideas and innovative technologies, this nationwide crisis has the potential to change the norm which governs the ways new homes are built.

Explore Offsite Housing brings together technology leaders to discuss the growing opportunities that the housing shortage presents for offsite construction solutions.

Tickets cost just £125 + vat. This ticket price includes entry into the conference and  exhibition, lunch and refreshments. 

For more information go to www.exploreoffsite.co.uk



Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
 
 


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Inmarsat, London
21 May 2019

The Solid Wood Solutions event reflects the swift upward trajectory that materials such as cross laminated timber (CLT) are now on as a sustainable, structural alternative to steel and concrete.

Solid Wood Solutions shines a spotlight on pioneering projects through informative case studies presented by those who conceived and developed the buildings that are gaining global attention. 

As engineered timber technology is one of the fastest growing offsite methods of construction, this event is designed to inspire through innovation. The event consists of a bespoke exhibition of circa 25-30 companies from within the CLT, LVL and glulam technology sectors, plus complementary solutions such as SIPS and cladding/fenestration solutions with a conference of approximately 150 delegates.

For more information visit: 
WWW.SOLIDWOODSOLUTIONS.CO.UK