FutureBuild 2025 - ready to make an impact


Futurebuild is excited to announce ‘Impact’ as the theme for its 2025 show. This theme embodies Futurebuild’s commitment to making a positive and lasting impact on the built environment and the communities it serves, with a focus on innovation and sustainability.

As Futurebuild celebrates two decades of pioneering sustainability, this milestone highlights its relentless dedication to fostering significant change and its long-standing commitment to driving positive impact and sustainability in the built environment.

Impact Campaign Kickoff

To kickstart the Impact theme for 2025, Futurebuild invites the entire industry to get involved. Futurebuild will embark on extensive industry-wide research, seeking insights and nominations for the top 50 individuals making the biggest impact in the built environment. Additionally, industry professionals can collaborate with Futurebuild as Impact partners, share their expertise as speakers on the Impact Stages, or showcase their innovative products and solutions on the exhibition floor.

This is an opportunity to have a say and be part of the exciting developments centered around the Impact theme.

Martin Hurn, Futurebuild Event Director, says, "Our focus on impacting the built environment goes beyond the event itself. It's about creating positive change that lasts. At Futurebuild, we showcase innovative technologies, build meaningful partnerships, and keep our environmental footprint small. I'm proud that we're a high-impact, low-impact event, setting the standard for sustainable practices."

Join Futurebuild in driving significant change and shaping the future of construction while celebrating its 20th year. Are you ready to make an impact?

The survey can be viewed here: - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LX3N6DJ

Find out more on our website here and have your say in the survey.

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