FIS Skills is proud to announce that the #iBuiltThis2019 official Media Partner is UK Construction Week 2019.
Nathan Garnett, Event Director of UK Construction Week said “we are delighted to support the #iBuiltThis2019 with FIS Skills. The core aims of this campaign chime directly with our own so I hope that together we can raise some real awareness about the dynamism in the sector, show why people are proud of their work and encourage new talent into the sector. We look forward to showcasing the very best work at the show on the 8th October at the NEC in Birmingham”.
The winners will be announced at UK Construction Week exhibition on the 8th October. All finalists will also have their images streamed at the exhibition.
UK Construction Week is the UK’s largest gathering of construction professionals coming together at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham between 9-11 October 2018. The event celebrates this exciting and dynamic industry and will be a place to network, debate, discover innovation and celebrate excellence. Visit UKCW’s website
Whatever interior project you’re working on, you’ll find it so much easier to source the products, expert advice and excellent service you’re looking for.
A division of the Encon Group, Nevill Long is a specialist distributor of Interior Systems including Suspended Ceilings, Partitioning and Drywall Systems, servicing a wide range of customers within the interiors fit out market. Visit Nevill Long’s website
Build UK is the leading representative organisation for the UK construction industry. By bringing together clients, main contractors, Trade Associations representing over 11,500 specialist contractors and other organisations committed to industry collaboration, Build UK represents in excess of 40% of UK construction. Visit Build UK’s website
The Construction Industry Council (CIC) is the representative forum for the professional bodies, research organisations and specialist business associations in the construction industry. Visit CIC’s website
HBF works with Government and stakeholders to develop housing policy in the UK. Membership gives companies a voice on current issues through inclusive and specialist representation and access to up-to-date information on policy development. Visit HBF’s website
The Civil Engineering Contractors Association is the representative body for companies who work day-to-day to deliver, upgrade, and maintain the country’s infrastructure. With more than 300 members split across eight regions, CECA represents firms who together carry out an estimated 70-80 per cent of all civil engineering. Visit CECA’s website
TICA (Thermal Insulation Contractors Association) has been representing its members in the industrial and commercial insulation sector since 1957. Through quality training and best practice, they are committed to ensuring a highly skilled workforce and an industry fully equipped to provide ever increasing energy efficiency. Visit TICA’s website
The British Woodworking Federation is the trade association for the woodworking and joinery manufacturing industry in the UK. It has 700 members drawn from manufacturers, distributors and installers. Visit BWF’s website
NPTC Group of Colleges was formed in 2013 following a merger between Neath Port Talbot College and Coleg Powys. It is now one of the largest Further Education providers in Wales covering 30 per cent of the country’s landmass with a total of nine campuses stretching from south to north Wales. Visit NPTC’s website
The Construction Industry Training Board is a partner in the Sector Skills Council for the construction industry in England, Scotland and Wales. CITB works with industry to encourage training, which helps build a safe, professional and fully qualified workforce. Visit CITB’s website
Saint-Gobain in the UK and Ireland include some of the best-known and respected companies in the construction sector including British Gypsum, Jewson, Graham, Weber, Isover, Celotex, Glassolutions, Saint-Gobain PAM, and Ecophon. Visit Saint-Gobain’s website
The Single Ply Roofing Association (SPRA) is the trade association representing the UK’s single ply roofing industry. SPRA is also an increasingly influential voice in the overall roofing sector and is working in close cooperation with sister trade associations to raise the overall profile of the UK roofing industry. Visit SPRA’s website
The Construction Coach is Maria Coulter, a Chartered Quantity Surveyor, Project Manager and Risk Manager. Maria is also a RICS Regional Board Member and Chair of the East Midlands Construction Industry Council. Maria’s interest in the world of personal development resulted in a qualification in coaching. Visit The Construction Coach’s website
Su Butcher is director of communications consultancy Just Practising Limited. Su trained as an architect and managed three successful architects’ practices during the ‘90s and noughties. Su has been networking online since 2004 and is an early and prolific user of social and digital media. Visit Just Practising’s website