Scotland’s leading and largest building & construction show, Scotland Build, returns to the SEC Glasgow on the 20th & 21st March.

This is not your average construction show. Scotland Build believes doing business should be fun and includes within the event the Festival of Construction. The Festival of Construction includes: entertainment, competitions, prize giveaways, live music and much more!

The free-to-attend show attracts thousands of decision makers from across the Scotland’s construction industry including all Tier 1 contractors, house builders & associations, developers, sub-contractors, architects, specifiers, civil engineers, local councils, government, distributors, suppliers, manufacturers and many more.

The extensive exhibition will feature over 150 exhibitors showcasing their latest innovation, products and services, including A13 Steel, Aarsleff Ground Engineering, ACO Technologies, EPSM, Catnic, DuoTools Direct, Gripple Ltd, Home Renewables, Fosroc Limited, Natural Cement, Rockwool Limited, Emtec Energy, Core Conservation, Openreach, Revizto, Plastic Surgeon, Screwfix, Siemens Limited, Tascomi, Wheatley Group, Scotia-Supplies and many more.

The exhibition plays host to 5 dedicated conference theatres with over 150 hours of free CPD conference and workshop sessions discussing the latest developments, challenges and opportunities across Scotland’s built environment. With sessions on the Future of Construction, Sustainability, BIM & Digital Construction, Architecture, Skills & Development and more, this is your one-stop-shop to gain all over your CPD points over two days.

With over 150 speakers from BAM Construct UK, Mitie, Wheatley Group, Galliford Try, Mott MacDonald, BDP, Holmes Miller, 3D Reid, Arup, Balfour Beatty, Amey, Clyde Gateway, Wates Group, Aecom, Morrison Construction, Kier Construction, Mace Group, Morgan Sindall, The Scottish Government and Multiplex Construction and many more.

Scotland Build is extremely active in the promotion of inclusivity, diversity and equality in the industry. The annual Women in Construction Networking Event in Glasgow, now in its third year will take place on March 21st, attracting thousands of empowering women working in construction for an open panel discussion session and plenty of networking.

The involvement of 50+ high profile partners, enables Scotland Build to continue delivering on the exciting content and high-level networking for all in attendance. The Built Environment Networking Hub will host free-to-attend exclusive networking events across two whole days, including the Builder’s Breakfast, Architects Hub, Festival of Construction and more. Build your connections, gain inspiration from industry thought-leaders and win business at the show which offers it all.

A few words from the show’s exhibitors and attendees:

“Scotland Build is a fantastic opportunity to engage and network with the regions construction experts” – Stewart Gilles, Marketing Manager, Bachy Soletanche

“As in previous years, the Scotland Build expo has been extremely well-attended and supported by the construction industry. Our stand had a high interest and our talk on community benefits has already sparked significant interest. Well worth attending” – Gordon Reid, Business Development Manager, Kier Construction

“Productive show, staff very helpful, great mix of exhibitors and visitors” – Bob Atkinson, EPMS Supplies

“Fantastic lead generation, great team organising the show and excellent value for money” – John Robertson, Director, Optosafe

“Great event with good speakers, well worth attending” – George Harold, Co-Founder, Integrated Facilities Solutions

Join the Scotland’s building and construction industry and register today for your free tickets: www.scotlandbuildexpo.com or email selena.moseley@oliverkinrossevents.com for further details.

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