Having enjoyed a brilliant stint at both UK Construction Week and The Fire Safety Event North last year, Checkmate Fire will once again be present at both events this October – and we’d love for you to pay us a visit.
UK Construction Week, 08-10 October, NEC, Birmingham, Stand D343
Displaying at the UK’s largest built environment event again, we’re looking forward to welcoming as many people as possible to our stand this year. Free to attend, with exhibitions, CPD seminars, and an innovation zone, this isn’t an event to be missed.
Dedicated to protecting your buildings and loved ones from the devastating effects of fire, we’ll be showcasing our products and services at stand D343 – including our amazing Alufire range. If you’d like to arrange an appointment with one of our team during the show, feel free to call us on 03301247650, or email: email@example.com, and we’ll get that set up.
The Fire Safety Event North, 08-09 October 2019, EventCity, Manchester, Stand FS34
Reputed as one of the UK’s top places for professionals to learn and network within the fire, security and safety industry, the collective aim of this event is to help maintain the very highest standard of fire safety management – which is what we do best.
Checkmate will be on hand to share all of our passive fire protection knowledge and discuss exactly how we go about delivering our specialist services. If you would like to arrange an appointment with us, please feel free to get in touch on 03301247650, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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