Construction firms are travelling from all parts of the world to seek opportunities, win business and gain new contacts; construction will account for 14.7% of all global economic output by 2030.

The rate of construction growth globally is at its highest, exhibitors are travelling from across the globe to attend London Build and maximise opportunities. London Build is the leading construction event for London and the UK, and focuses on content, networking and entertainment – the recipe for a successful exhibition. The organisers of the show want to hear from those involved in the construction process who would like to showcase their products and services to London and the UK’s construction industry.

Despite ongoing Brexit-related uncertainty, the construction output forecast continues to rise. Performance is stronger-than-expected after the EU referendum and now is the time to celebrate the construction industry. What emerging trends will shape Construction in 2018? By 2022 globalisation will cause a 20% increase in the use of foreign content in UK construction projects. £800 million is forcast to be invested in local housing projects, with the government committing to building 300,000 homes a year in the UK by the mid-2020. In the next five years modular building will increase by 6%, namely Sweden is using prefab timber elememnts to build 84% of its detached homes.

London Build delivers information on housing and infrastructure opportunities, namely addressing the challenge and opportunity presented such as, how will infrastructure and housing support the £10 million in population prediction in London by 2025? Save the dates for the event: October 23rd & 24th at Olympia, London. This years London Build is doubling in size and we are targeting 30,000 high level attendees from the construction industry and introducing several new features and offerings. The show floor will accommodate 300 exhibitors showcasing the latest projects and innovations. Due to it’s continued expansion London Build has outgrown the Central and West Halls at Olympia and will be moving to the National Hall which holds the capacity to accommodate more visitors, more exhibitors and to be the biggest show to date.

“We are now moving into a larger space on the ground floor of the Olympia, which has double the ceiling height and great access for exhibitors, meaning we can now accommodate all exhibitor requests; allowing for our growing number of visitors as well as exhibitors wishing to bring large machinery. We are very excited by this move.” Adam Jaffe, Event Director

Exhibition space is selling fast so do get in touch today for more information on securing a stand at London’s Leading Construction Expo. Email:

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