MARINE CIVILS IS EUROPE’S LEADING EVENT DEDICATED TO SHOWCASING THE LATEST EQUIPMENT AND SOLUTIONS FOR MARINE, COASTAL AND OTHER CHALLENGING CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECTS WITH UNIQUE LANDSCAPE FEATURES.
Marine Civils is co-located with Seawork, Europe’s largest commercial marine exhibition. Marine Civils has its own brand and identity, situated in its own dedicated area in the exhibition halls, and will run concurrently with the three days of Seawork.
With a big overlap in content and business for companies involved in marine construction, Marine Civils is uniquely positioned to provide an invaluable opportunity to explore these sectors alongside Seawork attendees.
Marine Civils exhibitors stand to benefit from the event co-location, as it offers more opportunities and allows for access to wider relevant audiences via Seawork and its sister magazine Maritime Journal.
Seawork itself attracts over 6,400 visitors each year with exhibitors and visitors attending from over 60 countries.
Who visits Marine Civils?
Marine civil engineers who are designers, planners, surveyors, consultants and contractors.
- Building, construction, refurbishment and maintenance
- Marine renewables
- Port and harbour infrastructure
- Jetties, quay walls and dolphins
- Piers and breakwaters
- Coastal and flood protection schemes,
- Marine outfalls
- Lock gates
- Dredging, diving & subsea operations
- Port & harbour authorities, harbourmasters, wharf & terminal operators
- Government agencies, local authorities
- Energy companies
- Conservation organisations, amongst others
- Legal, finance & insurance, classification societies, regulatory
- Brokers, plant sales & charter
- Education, research, training
- Industry representative groups
The audience of high calibre, high-spending maritime industry professionals recognise the wealth of innovation and expertise that Seawork provides.
Over 60% of attendees are in management roles.
91% of visitors make or influence purchasing decisions.