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Guest Speakers are Announced for our Open House Exhibition on Wednesday 3rd & Thursday 4th May

We’re delighted to announce the line-up of our guest speakers at this year’s Open House Exhibition in Clerkenwell.

The Exhibition, which spans over two days will showcase our latest products, finishes and fixing systems for interior and exterior design. On Wednesday 3rd May from 4:30pm the show opens with an exclusive preview evening, giving guests the opportunity to take a first look at our latest products. 

Then on Thursday 4th May we have arranged for a number of talks and CPD presentations to take place throughout the morning... and we can now reveal the line up of guest speakers are:

8am: David Leonard (UK & International BREEAM New Construction Manager) and Dr Chris Ward (BREEAM Principal Consultant) are speaking at the Urbano Build Speaker Breakfast event. 

As members of the Urbano Network, we are hosting this breakfast seminar, which will include a discussion from David and Chris on the latest updates to BREEAM that are currently in the consultation phase and will come into effect in Spring 2018. They will also discuss the compatibility with BIM and WELL Building Standards following the recent collaboration. 

As this is an Urbano Event tickets must be booked via the Urbano website by clicking here.

11am: Following the Urbano event, architectural lighting experts Ecoled will present their latest BIID accredited CPD. Guests at this talk will gain an understanding of the benefits of LED and lighting applications that will best suit your projects. The presentation is worth 1 hour BIID credit.

12pm: At the final talk of the day, our powder coating partners will be delivering a presentation that discusses the benefits and applications of powder coating, before exclusively unveiling an exciting new finish that is going to be available soon.  

The presentations will be concluded with closing remarks from our Managing Director, Anthony Millington before we serve lunch and refreshments, then re-open the exhibition for the afternoon.

The exhibition is free to attend and if you would like to book a place at any of these talks, please contact