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Refocus, reset, restructure

Seawork has just contracted with one of the best and biggest structures companies in Europe to provide new halls for next year’s 24th edition of Seawork.

The welcome move to a new supplier, whose client list includes Chelsea Flower Show, Goodwood, Paris Air Show, COP26, and the G7, follows compromises that had to be made this year as a result of the Covid pandemic decimating the exhibition supply chain.

Seawork 2023 will effectively be in two large halls, running East to West, replacing the seven small halls this year.  The goal is to provide a more open, airy feel, improving the visual and environmental experience for both exhibitors and visitors alike.  

The new structures comprise 50-metre-wide spans and include opaque roof skins, better air handling and better floors. Traffic flow and navigation will also improve with Visitor Registration and the Conference Rooms integrated into the main Halls.

The investment is set to significantly improve the Seawork Experience for everyone. With further improvements and new innovations to be announced over the next few weeks, including details of ‘Eat Street’ catering, the course looks to be set fair for Seawork 2023.

Exhibit at Seawork 2023


 
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