Q2W at London Build 2016


The 26th and 27th October sees London Build 2016 return to London’s Olympia for the second time, designed to highlight all of the latest developments and demands within the booming construction and building industry.

As the leading event showcasing all you need to know about construction projects and opportunities in London and the southern portion of the country, London Build 2016 plays host to influencers and attendees from throughout the extended construction industry. This includes government, architects, property developments, suppliers and contractors, as well as many more.

Get involved

This year’s expo sees a host of ways to get involved and have some fun, including the construction industry’s first-ever dedicated Oktoberfest Beer Festival. What better way to network than in true Oktoberfest style? There’s also workshops, conference sessions, a Health & Safety Summit and the London Construction Awards, featuring top quality entertainment. For 2016 there’s going to be an additional Sustainability Summit, focusing on how the industry can utilise sustainable materials and technology to help minimise the impact of building and construction on the planet.

The event is broken down into Zones, including a Skills Hub, Building Zone, Materials Zone, Interiors Zone, and many more. Each Zone houses it’s own mix of exhibitors, specialist workshops and networking opportunities, so you can make sure that you’re finding what you’re looking for.

Whether you’re looking to get insights into the latest projects, look for investment opportunities, hunt out some innovative new machinery solutions or find out about building the skill set of your workforce, London Build is the place to be.

Got your ticket?

The 2016 event sees over 200 booths exhibiting at London Build, and we’re thrilled to be one of them. You can find Qualified 2 Work at Stand E67 in the Buildings Zone, so make sure you come and see our friendly team for a chat if you’re at the event!

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