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Key Facts:

•The UK’s leading IT show for the construction industry
•Innovative hands-on software for all aspects of the construction process
•Held at the new Emirates Stadium, London
•21st - 22nd November 2007

Construction Computing 2007, the UK’s only show dedicated to Information Technology (IT) products for the construction industry, will take place on 21st - 22nd November 2007 at the Emirates Stadium, London.

The show will introduce the latest Information Technology (IT) products designed for professionals in every discipline within the construction industry. This state-of-the-art software can help construction professionals to minimise effort and reduce cost as well as improve control, collaboration and auditing at every stage of the construction process from pre-build to design, project management and post-build maintenance.

With growing awareness of green issues, Construction Computing 2007 will devote special attention to information technology focusing on key environmental issues such as flood plain construction and new eco-legislation as well as improving energy-efficiency and reducing carbon emissions.

“Construction Computing 2007 covers the diverse skills-base of today’s construction industry. Any construction professional will find inspirational software to help them to work more efficiently and effectively. The show provides a unique forum where they can learn about the latest developments in their own field, and gain valuable insights into the work of other specialists.“ explained Ben Richmond, The Content Group.

Construction Computing is expected to attract senior construction professionals representing architects, developers, construction managers and engineers and consultants as well as accountants, CAD and BIM managers, civil engineers, contractors, estimators, facility managers, house builders, interior designers, project managers, safety officers, subcontractors and surveyors.

The venue for Construction Computing 2007 is the new Emirates Stadium which was built at a cost of £390 million and covers 17 acres. The home of Arsenal Football Club, the Emirates Stadium employed up to 1000 workers at the peak of its construction work and has been lauded as a triumph for the construction industry, having been completed on time and on budget.

Exhibitors and delegates can find more details about Construction Computing 2007 at www.constructioncomputing.co.uk

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