Working with the organisers of Interbuild the Council for Aluminium in Building are pleased to be attending Interbuild 2006 held on April 23rd to 27th and heading up the centre piece for the aluminium in construction feature in conjunction with the Aluminium Federation - Alfed. Both membership organisations wish to promote their services to the industry sector whilst offering a drop-in area for specifiers where any questions of the use of aluminium in construction can be fielded. The 42 square metre stand will be designed to be a networking area for visitors and association members whilst also explaining the benefits both organisations can offer the industry and its membership.
In completely overhauling Interbuild 2006, Emap Construct, part of the Emap Construction Network have taken on board the CAB views that aluminium as a leading 21st Century building material has been under represented in past exhibitions. The CAB stand will be the focal point of the new aluminium in construction feature which will be located at the heart of the event in Hall 9 which is also home to the doors, windows and facades section.
Interbuild 2006 will be the leading event for sharing best practice, informing on new product development and reviewing technological advancements. Interbuild will create an exciting environment that brings buyers and suppliers together and helps to create lasting relationships for the benefit of the whole construction industry.
More than 44,000 trade professionals attended Interbuild when it was last held in 2004 and together they represented a combined buying power of around £24.5billion. The 2006 show takes place from April 23 to 27 at the NEC in Birmingham. Entry to Interbuild is £20 on the day but free to visitors who log on at http://www.interbuild.com to register their details in advance.