Visit us at Ecobuild 2018

Visit us at Ecobuild 2018

NEC is joining ICE's Infrastructure District at Ecobuild.

Visit us on stand G152, right next to ICE's Infrastructure theater. NEC will be exhibiting alongside ICE Training and ICE Publishing. 

NEC will also have a special offer for Ecobuild attendees. Stop by our stand to find out more.

ICE Infrastructure District


ICE will be presenting a forum for built environment professionals to come together and hear about issues facing industry, how to tackle them and opportunities that exist as we work toward achieving the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

The programme includes over 18 hours of thought leadership, expert presentations and debate. Panel discussions will explore themes including what the future of drainage looks like, integration of digital working processes, UK productivity performance, transforming the engineering of cities and the importance of sustainable adaption to deal with Climate Change. View the programme.

ICE has worked with Ecobuild – the largest UK event for the built environment - to create the Infrastructure District as a hub for discussions about the future of industry. Alongside the seminar programme visit our stand for more information on the SDGs and how new technologies and ideas are creating ways to deliver them.

Register to attend Ecobuild here > 
 
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