‘CAB Gears Up for Ecobuild 2014’

With CAB's Q3, 2013 State of the Market highlighting the highest confidence levels seen in recent times and growth figures continually being revised upwards, Ecobuild 2014 (4-6 March) promises to be a must attend exhibition.

CAB is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a 100 square metre Aluminium Pavilion at the show for member companies.  


The Pavilion situated in the North Hall will showcase the environmental benefits of aluminium to visitors at what is the world’s leading event for sustainable design, construction, energy and the built environment. As in previous years the format for CAB will be one of a drop in lounge where visitors can relax and discuss their current or future use of aluminium in construction. The Aluminium Pavilion will be one of a very limited number of pavilions at the show and will be accommodating several CAB members across the aluminium in building supply chain.

The CAB Team

Over the last year CAB has worked extensively with regulatory bodies, government and other associations to highlight the importance of aluminium as a sustainable material for facade and building envelope construction. Visitors to the CAB stand can be guided through independent research and regulatory websites to answer important questions about the material. Crucially, advice given will be the most up to date and CAB's experienced technical team lead by Dr Justin Furness, CAB's Technical Director, will be on hand across the three days of the exhibition.

Justin Ratcliffe - CAB Chief Execitive

CAB offers a high level of expert technical support, marketing promotion and market insights which helps its membership add value to their businesses.

If you would like to learn more about membership in 2014 please contact us on 01453 828851 or email julie.harley@c-a-b.org.uk

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