November 13, 2017
Following announcement of the Frame Australia 2018 ‘Timber Offsite Construction’ event to be held in June, display booths are in strong demand due to the rapidly rising levels of timber building construction around Australia.
Conference director Kevin Ezard said “we are very pleased to have repeat bookings from more than half this year’s exhibitors, with many others indicating their intent to ‘be there’ in 2018.
“Suppliers have an exceptional opportunity to access a wide range of construction market sectors that have a growing interest in timber buildings, which offers significant growth potential in the next decade.
Kevin added “feedback from delegates confirms the exhibition displays are a highly influential component of the conference, and valued in establishing direct contact with suppliers for information on timber building systems, manufacturing equipment, products and services for timber construction”.
The conference program will focus on current markets for timber buildings both locally and globally, and the digital future ahead in design, manufacture and construction of timber frame multi-residential and mass timber commercial buildings.
Speaker sessions will incorporate key themes of Building Design, Technology, Manufacturing and Construction, to provide delegates with insight into the latest developments in timber prefabrication and building systems, and collaboration emerging in digital data management throughout the complete supply chain.
This unique event is at the leading edge of knowledge and performs a pivotal role in information sharing by linking design and construction professionals, builders and developers with supply chain sectors of engineered wood, timber prefabrication, building materials and services
Frame 2018 titled ‘Timber Offsite Construction’ will be held on Monday and Tuesday 18-19 June 2018 at Park Hyatt Melbourne, and for event details visit the website www.frameaustralia.com