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New ideas launch construction super show

THE CONSTRUCTION industry 'supershow' scheduled for May 2000, which also includes New Civil Engineer's Civils exhibition, will even have its own radio station.

At a launch this week to 800 potential and existing exhibitors, show organiser Emap Montgomery outlined the massive marketing drive for Interbuild 2000.

Visitors will be able to experience the revamped version of the UK's largest and oldest construction exhibition over five days on 21-25 May 2000 at Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre. As well as Civils and its sister show Pipelines, nine halls will feature dedicated exhibitions including structural building, electrical components, lighting, information technology and plant.

Interbuild radio will broadcast information on the show, its exhibitors and the industry throughout the NEC and over a radius of 30km for the five days of the show. Other ideas include travel incentives and special features dealing with technology transfer and smart materials. The show already has the support of more than 160 of construction's professional and trade bodies.

Firms interested in exhibiting at Interbuild 2000 should contact Emap Montgomery, tel: (0171) 886 3053, fax: (0171) 886 3051. E-mail: sales@ interbuild.co.uk.

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