ECA announces an extensive conference season

ECA announces an extensive conference season
17 Oct 2016

Plans include presence at industry-leading ‘UK Construction Week’ and ‘LuxLive’

Launching this year’s industry conference season, the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) will be having a major presence at the industry-leading UK Construction Week, being held at the NEC in Birmingham from 18 – 20 October.

The ECA will be exhibiting at the ‘Energy 2016’ arena of UK Construction Week, alongside the Fire and Security Association (FSA).  On the opening day of Construction Week, ECA’s Steve Martin will be presenting on new business opportunities for contractors, within the ‘Smart Buildings Hub’.

In addition, the ECA is providing speakers at other major conferences this autumn, including Europe’s biggest lighting event LuxLive, and the CIBSE Building Performance Conference.

ECA CEO Steve Bratt commented:

“The ECA is delighted to have an extensive presence during this year’s conference season, particularly at UK Construction Week and LuxLive, two of the biggest trade events on the calendar.

“With the ECA providing speakers at an array of major industry events, including the CIBSE conference, the Association is providing a leading voice in the building services industry.”

The ECA’s conference season plans include:

-          UK Construction Week – 18 – 20 October, NEC, Birmingham

-          CIBSE Building Performance Conference – 17 - 18 November, QEII Centre, London

-          Building Services Summit – 23 November, British Library, London

-          LuxLive – 23 – 24 November, ExCel, London

-          NICEIC - ELECSA Live! North – 24 November, Aintree Racecourse, Merseyside

The ECA has also been actively involved in regional conferences in Wales and Northern Ireland, such as October’s ‘Skills Cymru’ in Cardiff and September’s ‘Plumb Power Heat Light’ in Belfast.

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