Futurebuild brings together 27,000 industry influencers and shapers to drive real change. A world class knowledge programme alongside an immersive exhibition of 450 innovative and inspiring brands and a host of networking events will combine to create an unmissable experience.
Futurebuild is the leading built environment event to meet and learn, be inspired and do business, which takes place from 03-05 March 2020. The event will focus on exploring and tackling the biggest challenges impacting the industry and is a unique destination for visitors to gain unrivalled insight and hands-on experience around the latest innovations, products and materials in order to address these challenges.
Developed in conjunction with renowned, industry leading partners, Futurebuild provides over 200 hours of structured learning across an inspiring conference programme, 6 keynote stages – all completely free and CPD accredited. In addition, Futurebuild is bolstered by a range of new and exclusive partnerships and features.
It’s impossible to avoid the climate crisis at the moment, it’s high on the agenda of all businesses across the globe in all sectors, including the built environment. With the UK Government recently declaring a climate emergency, it is clear that we need to take action.
The built environment simply must be carbon-neutral by 2050. We must change the way we design and construct buildings to be energy efficient and utilise clean or alternative power sources. We should look to incorporate sustainable, resourceful and low-carbon materials where possible.
We often get caught up in the enormity of the challenges we’re facing, that we forget that even implementing one simple change can make all the difference. Our industry now has the opportunity to take a leading role in bringing about real, positive change. Do you have the solution?
Futurebuild exists to make specification easy
Futurebuild’s audience of mobilisers and influencers have the power to make a difference – they visit to specify and actively source your solutions. Exhibiting at Futurebuild is your opportunity to get in front of thousands of industry decision-makers who understand the challenges, are committed to driving change and have significant decision-making responsibilities to make this a reality.
Change one thing, change the future
Futurebuild 2020 will be the home for innovation inspiring a sustainable built environment. It will showcase innovation through every aspect of the event. With 71% of our visitors stating they want to find new products and innovations; you have a real opportunity to put your products in front of this highly receptive audience.
Remember – just one simple change can make all the difference and we firmly believe you have the innovation to be that change. Bring your innovations and ideas to Futurebuild and share them with over 27,000 industry influencers and shapers. Get in touch with us today.
Keynote Stage programmes included:
Buildings / Critical Infrastructure / Energy / Resourceful Materials
The review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety by Dame Judith Hackitt signals an imperative for change and improvement in the design and delivery of all buildings. In addition, there are challenges of delivering on net zero targets, the Government’s Clean Growth Challenge ambitions, and the closing of the performance gap.
The Buildings Keynote stage will focus on the latest thinking and initiatives in building quality and performance – learn about updates to Building Regulations Part L and F and the planned Future Homes Standard 2025, the latest thinking around energy efficiency and retrofit, and how to deliver a low carbon-built environment.
Key topics include:
Understanding standards and updated building regulations for new homes
Building a Safer Future - what steps are being taken towards fundamental reform?
Building a market for energy efficiency: how demand for quality domestic retrofit is growing and why
The Retrofit Roadmap: how can government policy enable retrofit to thrive?
The Passivhaus Superstars
How to design non domestic buildings to meet the climate breakdown targets
Meeting retrofit demand through supply side capability and capacity
How social value can drive better practice
The Future Homes Standard 2025 – when, what, how?
Plus The Big Innovation Pitch Live!