gtSpecifier unveils their largest ever stand at Futurebuild 2019
gtSpecifier is exhibiting at Futurebuild 2019, formerly known as Ecobuild, with their largest ever stand.
Taking place from Tuesday 5th March until Thursday 7th March at ExCeL in London; the focus at Futurebuild 2019 will be on tackling the biggest challenges impacting the built environment.
The gtSpecifier team can be found on stand E120 in the Urban Infrastructure Hub. Their focus this year is encouraging biodiversity in an urban landscape.
A new Urban Café will feature on the gt Specifier stand; visitors can pre-book a one-to-one meeting with a landscape expert and enjoy complimentary breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea while they meet.
With a strong Urban Greening and biodiversity theme, the team are displaying and discussing their ever popular gt Green Screens, John Chambers Wildflower seed, soils and green roof products. They also have on display their innovative ArborRaft System which is in high demand for urban tree planting projects across the UK. The system prevents soil compaction in urban tree pits whilst providing an ideal growing environment for the tree’s root structure.
A new updated version of the gt specifier brochure has also been launched on the stand. It is packed with technical information, best practice advice and case studies and includes new range of coir erosion control products that have been designed to aid the development of vegetation cover whilst ensuring even the most unforgiving of terrains is stabilised. This is an essential guide for anyone involved in the specification and installation of landscaping projects including landscape architects, designers and contractors and garden designers.
Mark Wood from gt Specifier said,
“Futurebuild is one of the largest events that we attend. It is an ideal forum for us to unveil new products and get instant feedback. There has been a lot of interest in our urban greening and biodiversity solutions - all of which are hot topics and in demand. Our Urban Café is proving popular, demonstrating that the majority of us do prefer to talk business over a nice cuppa and a sandwich!”