Bringing together the best the HVAC industry has to offer, Media 10 is launching HVAC 2015, one of nine events to make up UK Construction Week, creating a dedicated showcase for the heating, ventilation and air conditioning sector.

Taking place at the Birmingham NEC during the first three days of UK Construction Week from 6 – 8 October, HVAC 2015 will bring together sector specific exhibitors with more than 8,000 visitors. The show will feature over 1,500 square metres of exhibition space, offering an unrivalled platform for professional development, networking and industry growth.

Free to attend, the event will host practical workshops and demonstrations to help engineers improve their skills and product knowledge, high profile debates on the biggest issues affecting the HVAC industry and an extensive seminar programme that will present a real opportunity for professional development within this diverse industry.

Covering all aspects of the industry from commercial to domestic, exhibitors at HVAC 2015 will be showcasing their latest, smartest and most efficient new products. Alan Siggins, Managing Director at Airflow Developments Ltd, commented: “Airflow is pleased to support HVAC 2015. We regularly exhibit at Grand Designs Live, also produced by Media 10, which is always a professionally organised and well-attended event. We are therefore very much looking forward to the new opportunities HVAC 2015 has to offer.”

HVAC 2015 will provide vital face-to-face time with engineers and purchasers for exhibitors and offer the unique opportunity of speaking to professionals from across the entire construction industry thanks to the wider UK Construction Week umbrella. Being part of the UK’s largest event for professionals working in all aspects of residential and commercial construction planning and design, HVAC 2015 will be able to offer visitors and exhibitors access to a much wider audience, incorporating a total of 1,000 exhibitors and more than 55,000 visitors.

In addition to HVAC 2015, visitors to UK Construction Week will also be able to attend Grand Designs Live, the Build Show, Timber Expo, the Surface and Materials Show, Kitchens & Bathroom Live, Plant & Machinery Live, Energy 2015 and Smart Buildings 2015.

Lee Newton, CEO of Media 10, said: “The construction industry is experiencing real growth and is the major driving force behind the recovering economy. Employing more than 2.2 million people and featuring some of the world’s largest companies, the power of uniting the construction sector in an industry wide event is very exciting. Our aim for UK Construction Week and for the individual shows is to provide a real platform to exhibitors and visitors alike to learn, network and do business.”

Supported by partners and trade associations from across the industry UK Construction Week is on track to deliver an industry leading, relevant event for both visitors and exhibitors.

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