The STA run a series of conference and exhibitions, factory tours and support other wider industry events.
The STA run a series of conference and exhibition events throughout the UK aimed to inform and inspire plus a series of Factory Tours hosted by our members.
We also support, exhibit and speak at a range of wider industry events on behalf of the structural timber sector.
If you are an event organiser and would like to discuss STA involvement with your event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Any events highlighted in purple are available to STA Members only.
For more information about our events or to book a place, please click on the links below:
This factory tours takes place in the Stewart Milne Timber Systems
facility and covers the process of timber frame production and
construction from the material store through to the several mechanical
cutting, nailing and finishing procedures to the finished product and
delivery to the yard where they are stacked.
ONE DAY EVENT - FREE TO ATTEND!
Who should attend?
These tours are aimed predominantly at Architects, Clients, Contractors, Housebuilders and Developers.
The pressure on the healthcare sector is huge. This event will present case studies of projects that have used offsite technology to create a new facility, upgrade or extension in a seamless way, on-time and on-budget working in a sensitive, inclusive and collaborative fashion. Patient, staff and visitor experience is at the heart of successful healthcare projects, and the speakers will discuss how they have met the healthcare provider and/or the NHS Trust’s expectations in providing a sustainable, energy efficient and cost-effective contemporary building.
Morning Agenda: - Offsite Structural Timber - the Solution to the Housing Crisis - Open to members and non-members
This event aims to inform and inspire about the benefits of utilising
offsite structural timber to address the housing crisis. A host of
speakers representing Timber Frame, SIPS and CLT will present the facts
about structural timber, dispelling the myths, offering technical
expertise and demonstrating the capabilities through a range of high
calibre case studies.
Who should attend?
Aimed predominantly at Architects, Housebuilders, Developers, Affordable Housing Providers, Local Authorities, Engineers and Surveyors.
Lunch and networking - open to members and non-members only
Afternoon Agenda - STA Members Update and Estimating Guide Launch - Open to members only
The afternoon session will cover STA updates including latest
information on Fire Guidance. We will also be launching our Estimating
Who should attend?
All STA Members
The Awards will reward outstanding projects, innovative products and dynamic people that are promoting excellence in structural timber across the UK.
STA Regional Conference Glasgow
Agenda coming soon!
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To find out more about sponsorship opportunities email email@example.com
The need for faster, leaner and smarter construction is becoming more and more apparent in the UK and with only 63% of site based developments completed on time and an even smaller 49% delivered on budget, it is clear that traditional build fails to meet the major challenges facing construction today. This presents the opportunity for offsite construction to play a major role in the coming years across a range of sectors. Offsite construction is not only used in housing but has also experienced mainstream success in many other sectors such as schools, healthcare, student accommodation, hotels, MOD as well as major retailers including Tesco, Sainsbury’s and McDonald’s.