North England Build is the leading construction expo for the North of England. Taking place every April in Manchester, the event is attended by thousands of major contractors, architecture firms, developers, housing associations, home builders, engineers, government, technology solution providers and many leading industry bodies driving the Northern Powerhouse forward.
Our 100+ booth exhibition showcases the latest infrastructure, residential and commercial projects as well as exclusive updates on tender opportunities and government strategy.
Visiting our Skills Hub zone will connect you with leading construction companies, recruitment agencies, and universities and to discuss employment and training opportunities across the sector. We have 22 free CPD training workshops focusing on BIM, sustainable building, marketing tools, building regulation, business skills and innovation to build on your professional development. With over 50 top level speakers discussing the latest government policy and industry developments throughout the conference you will receive first hand updates and opportunities from the key players in the industry.
Networking opportunities are endless across the two days, including our exclusive Meet the Buyer sessions, meeting one on one with hundreds of VIPs providing the perfect platform to meet and network with hundreds of key decision makers across the UK.
Best of all it’s free to attend. Register for your pass now!
Contractor Forrest has been appointed to build M-One Central, a £12.6m block of flats for in Manchester city centre, for Factory Estates. The Great Ancoats Street development will have 119 apartments over 12 storeys. Designed by architect IDP Group, the building will be clad in oxidised metal panels to fit in with neighbouring structures. Construction… Read More »
Government action to make BIM compulsory on larger projects is creating a divide which is causing smaller construction firms to miss out on the benefits of computer modelling. BIM has been mandatory on public sector projects over £5m since last month. But Morgan Sindall Professional Services (MSPS) experts are warning that the deadline has created… Read More »
Darlington-based steelwork contractor Cleveland Bridge UK has returned to profit under its new management team after four years of losses. The specialist bridge contractor, which is owned by Al Rushaid Petroleum Investment Company, has bounced back after a £7m loss in 2014 to report a £2.5m profit last year. Its improved performance was built on revenue… Read More »