The Surface and Material Show is a brand new exhibition being launched at UK Construction week, this October.
Forming part of the biggest built environment trade event the UK has ever seen, the event will showcase the latest surface and material solutions for specifiers, developers and industry professional looking for cutting edge innovation within the materials sector.
Taking place as part of UK Construction Week, the Surface and Materials show will be held at the Birmingham NEC from 6 ? 8 October and will feature more than 2,000 square metres of exhibition space, showcasing the latest products and innovations from across the sector.
From ceramics to wood, concrete to carpet, all aspects of the surfaces and materials sector will be covered, including the latest developments in flooring, cladding, paints, coatings, facades, concentrate, wood, steel, slate, textiles, ceramics and glass.
A series of high profile debates, seminars and CPDs will also tackle the key issues facing the industry, such as economic forecasts and sales drivers, as well as insights into the future design trends and fashions for Autumn/Winter 2016.
Richard Morey, group events director at Media 10, the event company producing UK Construction Week, said: ?The Surface and Materials show will provide a much-needed platform for exhibitors to get vital face-to-face time with a targeted audience of industry decision makers including architects, designers, developers, contractors and other specifiers.?
Uniquely, the Surface and Materials Show will provide access to professionals from across the entire construction industry thanks to the UK Construction Week umbrella.
Featuring eight other shows, UK Construction Week will bring together 1,000 exhibitors and more than 55,000 visitors under one roof.
In addition to the Surface and Materials Show, visitors to UK Construction Week will also be able to attend Grand Designs Live, the Build Show, Timber Expo, the Energy 2015, Kitchens & Bathroom Live, Plant & Machinery Live, HVAC 2015 and Smart Buildings 2015.
For more information visit www.ukconstructionweek.com or follow @UK_CW or the hash tag #surfaceshow on Twitter.