Explore Offsite at Ecobuild Masterclasses
A ground-breaking exhibition of offsite construction solutions, the largest of its kind ever seen in the UK, will be a key component of Ecobuild 2017. Forward-thinking companies that are making the most of the opportunities provided by offsite construction are relishing the chance to demonstrate their technology within Explore Offsite at Ecobuild.
Taking place alongside the exhibition, Explore Offsite at Ecobuild masterclasses will provide a platform to learn about the latest in offsite technology developments with expert information and seminars on solving the housing shortage, using offsite technology to construct a more sustainable environment, and how the industry is responding to unprecedented demand through greater investment in lean manufacturing systems.
Free CPD accredited Offsite Technology Masterclasses will run daily throughout the show to offer an independent perspective of the offsite construction sector. Intensive training sessions will address the drivers and benefits of using offsite construction technology, and provide visitors with the knowledge to successfully apply these techniques. The Offsite Technology Masterclasses will host 48 speakers over 18 hours of presentations across 14 sessions.
The masterclasses will cover six topics including: Modular Volumetric Technology, MEP & Pod Technology, Structural Timber Technology, Roofing Technology, Concrete Technology and Light Steel Frame Technology.
Speakers include the likes of Stephen Wightman, Caledonian Modular Ltd; Darren Richards, Managing Director, Cogent Consulting; David Harris, Divisional Director, Premier Modular; and Julia Evans, Chief Executive, BSRIA, amongst others.
Ecobuild will be held on the 7-9 March at the ExCel London.
For more information, and to book your free place, please visit www. ecobuild.co.uk/exploreoffsite
EnviroVent to launch new innovation at Ecobuild
Leading ventilation manufacturer EnviroVent will be launching a new product innovation at Ecobuild 2017, which is set to make commissioning simpler for the installer and will offer greater control and flexibility for the end user.
The new technology, which has been a closely guarded secret for over two years, has been designed and tested for performance and quality within the R&D centre at EnviroVent and complements the extensive range of MVHR units which will be showcased at the event in March.
Rory Percival, Technical and R&D Manager at EnviroVent, said: “Ecobuild always attracts a large number of visitors from across a wide range of sectors and it made sense for us when we first started planning the new product to launch it at Ecobuild in 2017. The team have worked hard to design and develop this new technology and we can’t wait to be able to showcase it at the event. We are experiencing strong demand for our MVHR units at the moment and this product will be the first of many new innovations to come from EnviroVent over the next 12 months.”
For more information from EnviroVent, visit: www.envirovent.com.