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Scotland Build Expo 2015 launches

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Scotland Build Expo 2015 will launch on the 25th and 26th of November at the SECC, Glasgow. The event is the leading new construction event to focus on the Scottish Construction Industry, and will bring together a large number of key industry players to engage and do business over the two days.

A strong portfolio of event partners have shown their enthusiasm for the new show, including Scottish Renewables, BRE Scotland, the Scottish & Glasgow Chamber of Commerce and CITB, amongst others.

There will be strong attendance from the Scottish Government, with the conference keynotes on both event days being delivered by Stephen Pathirana, Head of Housing Markets, Strategy, and Jonathan Astwood, Head of Practice Unit, Building Standards Division, respectfully. The event will feature six VIP Meet the Buyer sessions with keynotes from industry renowned professionals, such as Sir John Armitt CBE.

The event will feature 125 international exhibitors, 22 CPD accredited workshops, a two-day high level conference and will host more that 5000 high-quality visitors. It is free to attend.


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