Qube Buildings Futurebuild show, set to deliver next-generation Bio-SIP systems at London ExCel

Qube Buildings (stand Q35) will be showcasing sustainable, innovative and unique Bio-SIP systems used to construct stunning garden studios and small buildings, at the Futurebuild show, March 7th – 9th 2023.

This year’s Futurebuild show will be held at London’s ExCel Centre over three days, from 7th to 9th March. Hundreds of new startup companies will be sharing their latest ideas, innovations and products designed around sustainability within the built environment, all joining forces and uniting for a net-zero future. Qube will be exhibiting alongside manufacturers and suppliers from across a wide spectrum of building products including roofing, claddings, renders and bricks, insulation and glazing. Each looking to spark interest and generate awareness amongst potential investors and industry representatives. The Building section of Futurebuild covers all aspects of building including new build, refurb and retrofit across domestic and commercial projects, where you will find Qube Buildings exhibiting alongside like-minded others.

Qube Buildings Futurebuild Show Stand Q35

Qube’s Bio-SIP systems are engineered to provide superior insulating properties using fully sustainable materials, including recycled plastic and natural fibres. The PET foam core which sits inside our Bio-SIP’s is derived from 100% recycled plastic. During manufacture tiny closed-cell air pockets are formed within the material. The result of which contributes toward the excellent insulating properties of our Bio-SIP systems. The recycled plastic core is sandwiched between two exterior boards made from natural, organic materials such as flax or hemp fibres. The fibrous material is firstly mixed with a bio resin to form a strong and watertight exterior, whilst contributing very little weight to the overall product.

Bio-SIP systems provide a light weight, high performance alternative to traditional SIP’s on the current market. When used in the construction of our garden studios, Bio-SIP systems offer unmatched thermal stability, and can help create buildings which conform to Passivhaus standard, an important accreditation to consider in our heading towards a net-zero future.

Our Bio-SIP’s are already at production stage, and have been used in the construction of multiple garden buildings so far. We have discovered along the way that Bio-SIP’s offer excellent sound proofing qualities in addition to their superior thermal performance, making our range of garden buildings suitable for a wide range of uses, both for private and commercial use. 

It will be at ExCel’s Futurebuild show, where Qube will be pitching for a spot on the main stage in order to capture the interest and investment of those keen to disrupt the current construction market, with inspiring ideas and innovative solutions.

Innovation and sustainability at its core, Futurebuild

With innovation and sustainability at its core, Futurebuild is gearing up to deliver a comprehensive schedule of seminars situated in 8 stages across the show, with speakers invited to educate, debate and deliver practical advice and guidance. The conference itself will explore the role we all have to play to meet our net zero targets, and will feature world-class speakers sharing their experiences and debating the most critical macro issues.

It would be our pleasure to invite you to join us at Futurebuild this year, from 7th-9th March, where we will can be found at stand Q35. Discover how collectively, we can work towards a net-zero future, and change the course of direction to a cleaner, greener way of building. Register here https://www.futurebuild.co.uk/ we cant wait to see you there!

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