Better Built Housing Hub at UK Construction Week, 9-11 October, NEC
28 Aug 2018
The Concrete Centre and Modern Masonry have joined with UK Construction Week to host a Better Built in Housing Hub. This new feature for UK Construction Week features a seminar theatre and exhibits.
The Better Built Housing Hub is intended to provide practical guidance for high quality, high performance homes. The hub is being supported by Concrete Block Association, Precast Flooring Federation and the Basement Information Centre.
The hub will be the venue for three days of informative seminars including the Modern Masonry Conference on 10th October.
B255 - Basement Information Centre
B253 - British Precast Flooring Federation
B257 - Concrete Block Association
B250 - The Concrete Centre
B252 - Modern Masonry
For more information please visit www.ukconstructionweek.com
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