The education building forum Scotland is returning LIVE this December

The education building forum Scotland is returning live this December – 8th & 9th @ the Dalmahoy Hotel Edinburgh! Join us as our guest at the ebf and stay at the forefront of the latest developments across this vital and challenging sector. Covering seminars, the latest innovations, products & services combined with the opportunity to network and do business with your peers as well as meeting new manufacturers and suppliers, find out what’s new, how challenges are being met and the emerging trends.

education building forum has been specifically developed to meet the needs of those delivering all types of education facilities in Scotland. We bring together the local authorities, university estates, college and school leaders, project managers, architects, contractors and other senior level professionals looking to enhance their schemes and improve their supply chain.

We understand how time consuming it is finding the best business partners and suppliers, and the demands it places on you. It’s potentially overwhelming. We’ve done the hard work for you bringing together the best, most innovative suppliers including the specialists who are delivering; Sports pitches, Artificial turf & MUGAs, Climate solutions, Fitted & loose furniture and Washrooms, Roofglazing, Rooflights, Structural Glazing, Smoke Ventilation, Play and sports equipment, landscaping and grounds maintenance, Design & build modular buildings, Clockmakers, Sanitary Fittings, Fencing, Library design & fit out, Syncronised clock, bell & PA systems, Dry lining, Acoustics, Construction, Building Control Approved Inspectors, Fast Track Construction, Design & Technology, Art, Engineering, Electronics, Robotics and STEM facilities, and many more…

To register for your project delegate place please contact [email protected]  on 0208 288 1080

To discuss supplier delegate places please contact [email protected] 

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