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Industry thought leaders confirm support for Materials for Architecture 2018

High-profile industry associations announce support for event

Materials for Architecture 2018 - the conference and exhibition that focuses entirely on material innovations for building design; structures, envelope & façades, and finishes - is pleased to announce support from a number of high-profile industry bodies including the Alliance of Sustainable Building Products, Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists, Composites UK, Material Lab, Timber Trade Federation, and Wood for Good.Confirmation of the support of such key organisations strengthens Materials for Architecture 2018’s ability to help the architecture and construction industry make better and more informed material specification choices. It also heightens awareness of the resources available to architects, specifiers and other industry professionals at the event.

Lesley Mayo, Materials for Architecture 2018 event coordinator, said:“It is a privilege to have the backing of so many thought-leading associations at Materials for Architecture 2018. We aspire to provide delegates with the deepest insight into materials so that they can justify their specification choices and inspire their designs, and the support we’ve had from these companies helps us achieve that."

Further support comes from the Association for Environment Conscious Building, Confederation of Timber Industries, Institute of Concrete Technology, Metal Cladding & Roofing Manufacturers Association, plus event sponsor AkzoNobel Powder Coatings. Find out more about the event’s industry partners at www.materialsforarchitecture.com/partners/

Visit www.materialsforarchitecture.com to find out more and register free to attend Materials for Architecture 2018 at the ILEC Conference Centre from 25-26 of April.



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