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Val-U-Therm to exhibit on Scottish Pavilion at Ecobuild 2013


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. The company will be exhibiting on the Scottish Pavilion at Ecobuild 2013. This internationally-recognised event is due to take place at the ExCeL arena, London from the 5th to the 7th of March.

“Ecobuild is the big one,” says Val-U-Therm’s Managing Director 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.”
One of the highlights of the Ecobuild show will be a Scottish Pavilion press reception, where opinion formers will be invited to share a dram (or two) and find out about how Scotland is leading the field in sustainable building. Bryan is looking forward to using this meeting to highlight the space heating cost savings that can be delivered using the Val-U-Therm Fabric First approach.
Since its launch in 2005, Ecobuild has almost doubled in size every year to become the biggest event in the world for sustainable design, construction and the built environment. Today, Ecobuild is the industry’s major showcase of sustainable products and materials, an unequalled opportunity to discover new suppliers and contacts.
The 2013 show will combine a huge product showcase – more than 1,500 suppliers of sustainable and innovative construction products – with an information programme comprising more than 150 conference and seminar sessions. It will also feature the Ecobuild Arena which will host a cutting edge programme of high-level discussion and debate covering everything from the Green Deal to Climate Change, from Greening our Cities to Reinventing the High Street.
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