Rehau's London Forum Celebrates 5 Years

REHAU’s London Forum, which provides a showcase for REHAU’s range of energy efficient and sustainable building solutions in the London Building Centre, celebrated its 5th anniversary recently with a drinks party for some of the many thousands of clients, contractors, specifiers and suppliers who had passed through its doors since it opened in 2006.

The REHAU team based at the London Forum provides a range of sales and support services to customers specifying REHAU’s products, including hosting CPD seminars and facilitating workshops and seminars at the Building Centre.

During the Forum’s first 5 years, the team has delivered almost 900 CPD seminars to more than 3500 people and has hosted joint events with groups including New London Architecture and the Combined Heat and Power association.

It has also been instrumental in the specification of REHAU solutions in ground breaking green projects including, for example, the largest ever installation of the REHAU AWADUKT Thermo ground – air heat exchanger at Queen Elizabeth School in Dorset, a Demonstration Project for Sustainable Schools, and the largest Interseasonal Heat Transfer installation by specialists ICAX at Suffolk One in Ipswich which utilised almost 14km of REHAU pipework for a solar collector and 18 RAUGEO probes, 100m deep as an underground ThermalBank. 

Mike Moseley, the Commercial Manager at the REHAU London Forum, said:  “The market for sustainable solutions has changed massively, even in the five years we have been at the Building Centre, but we have been able to respond quickly and effectively to that because we have been in the heart of the capital, alongside both policymakers and specifiers.

“Our presence here enables us to carry out an important role in terms of education and training but it also gives our customers access to a valuable technical resource for early stage planning of projects.”

The next event at the REHAU London Forum will be a seminar on Concrete Core Tempering to be held on Thursday, June 23rd.  Places are free but need to be booked in advance via Jayne Blackborow on: 0207 580 6155 (

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