Wednesday 22nd August 2018
NWA members have been offered complimentary tickets to this year’s M&CCE Expo, taking place at the NEC in Birmingham on 12th-13th September.
Further details from the organisers can be found below:
You can come for one or both of the days. The event opens at 10am and closes at 5pm, you can arrive and depart any time in between.
The event will be showcasing the latest innovative products and infrastructure within the specialist civil engineering sector. The Expo will be attended by 2,500 specialist engineering professionals which features over 150 exhibitors and 100 CPD accredited seminars.
Marine and Coastal Civil Engineering Expo will also be running alongside it’s four sister shows creating an environmental supergiant of a show. And your free ticket will give you access to all of these shows, over both days of the event.
· Flood Expo
· Contamination Expo Series
· Recycling Waste Management Expo in partnership with the CIWM
· Future Resource Expo
All under one roof, visitors can move from sector to sector using their ticket.
The lineup for 2018 already includes speakers on behalf of Bibby Hydromap, Boskalis Westminster, Marlan Marine Technologies and many more.
If this is an event that you and your team would like to attend then please Click Here to have a look at the website and register for free, registration only takes 60 seconds and we do not share any of your information with third party companies.
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