Val-U-Therm Spring 2014 Promotional Campaign
Following five successful Fabric First events in Scotland in 2012 and four in England in 2013, the company is exhibiting at the free one day Fabric First conference in Cardiff on Wednesday 26th February organised by the Structural Timber Association entitled “Interested in Low Cost, Low Carbon Construction?”
As well as exhibiting, Bryan Woodley, Managing Director of Val-U-Therm Ltd is one of the speakers. “The Cardiff Fabric First Event is a must for developers, architects, contractors, RSLs and house-builders looking to deliver thermally efficient airtight structures,” says Bryan. “For us, it is a great chance to highlight the exceptional performance of our closed-panel building system.”
Val-U-Therm will also exhibit on the Scottish Pavilion at Ecobuild 2014. Val-U-Therm is waving the flag for thermally-efficient building and for Scottish innovation and technology at the world’s biggest sustainable design, construction and built environment show. This internationally-recognised event is due to take place at the ExCeL arena, London from the 4th to the 6th of March.
“Ecobuild is the big one,” says Val-U-Therm’s Bryan Woodley. “We are therefore delighted to be working with Scottish Enterprise to let the world know about the Val-U-Therm closed-panel building system and to underline our partnerships with some of Scotland’s most innovative construction companies.”
Val-U-Therm will have a high profile at this year’s National Homebuilding & Renovating Show at the NEC, Birmingham that takes place between the 27th and the 30th March. Information on our products and systems will be available on Stand D207. In addition, Val-U-Therm’s Bryan Woodley will be taking part in the show’s Masterclass talks programme and will be discussing the benefits of building with our system.
“The Birmingham show is one of the most important for the self-build homebuilding sector,” says Bryan. “It is great to be partnering with Scotframe and Flight Homes, who are really promoting Val-U-Therm as the way forward for energy-efficient, bespoke building projects. I am also very excited that I’ll also have the chance to explain how Val-U-Therm can deliver the performance and sustainability benefits that today’s self-builders are looking for.”
The above activity is additional to the many bespoke presentations and CPDs being made on Val-U-Therm to a variety of architects, house-builders, developers, contractors, RSLs and RPs.
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