Earlier this month, Interclass had the pleasure of attending UK Construction Week, the UK’s largest built environment event with over 300 exhibitors.
As part of the event over 6000 new and innovative products were showcased. Industry experts, policy makers and business leaders also spoke across 7 stages to discuss and debates the key issues and current topics in the industry.
We were invited by Finditin CW to present alongside Balfour Beatty, Wates Group, Coventry City Council and West Midlands Combined Authority at a ‘Supply Chains building towards a net zero future’ breakfast event.
Held at The NEC, Des O’Neill took to the stage where he talked about the challenges and opportunities of building a low-carbon supply chain, including our own net-zero commitments.
Following this, our buyers Tom and Cameron, and Senior QS Andy Phillips met with local suppliers and subcontractors to discuss future opportunities to work with us, specifically with a focus on our project at Albany Theatre.