The Building Centre offers fixed and flexible office space for organisations in the built environment sector. Many leading organisations are based at the Centre.
Brick Development Association
020 7323 7030
The Brick Development Association represent the nation’s leading clay brick and paver manufacturers and are responsible for promoting the contribution that brick makes to the places and spaces that people live and work in today.
British Woodworking Federation
0844 209 2610
The BWF is the leading authority for the joinery and woodworking industry. We provide advice and CPD resources for architects, specifiers, contractors and other interested parties on the specification of joinery products and have over 500 members manufacturing timber doors, windows, stairs, fire doors and the full range of joinery products. We provide business support specifically for joinery firms as the industry’s largest trade body.
0844 249 5351
Build UK is the leading representative organisation for the UK construction industry. By bringing together Clients, Main Contractors, Trade Associations representing over 11,500 Specialist Contractors and other organisations committed to industry collaboration, Build UK represents in excess of 40% of UK construction.
020 7436 9004
Cadventure offers BIM technology and services to the AEC industry. We sell CAD and BIM software including Bentley MicroStation, AECOsim Building Designer, ProjectWise and Vectorworks. Within the Building Centre we train a wide range of relevant applications.
Construction Products Association
020 7323 3770
The Construction Products Association represents the UK's manufacturers & distributors of construction product
LUG Lighting UK Limited
07552 583 309
LUG Lighting is a leading European designer and manufacturer of indoor and outdoor lighting solutions. LUG are able to create customised and bespoke product solutions to satisfy project requirements, all underpinned by a comprehensive BIM capability.
UK Green Building Council
0207 580 0623
The UK-GBC is helping to a forge spirit of partnership between government, industry and other stakeholder groups. UK-GBC believe in ambitious targets and good regulation, but based on outcomes, not prescription, allowing industry the flexibility to innovate and adapt accordingly.