Situated in the heart of England, the Ricoh Arena is within two hours’ drive of 75 per cent of the population and is around 800 yards from junction 3 of the M6 as well as being within easy reach of the M1 and M40. In addition there are 2,000 car parking spaces onsite. Easy access makes the Ricoh Arena an ideal destination, with three train stations within 8 miles, Birmingham International Airport only a 20 minute drive away and London Euston 55 minutes by train.
Yes. When you arrive at the Ricoh Arena, tell car parking attendant will point you to the free car park for Installer2020 visitors.
Installer2020 is open on the 12-14 May 2020. Open times are:
Tuesday 12 May – 10am – 4pm
Wednesday 13 May – 10am – 4pm
Thursday 14 May – 10am – 4pm
No – just bring your registration number from your confirmation email to get into the show and claim your FREE entry.
Don’t worry if you have mislaid your confirmation email – we’ll have you logged on the system so all we’ll need is your name when you arrive.
Yes – there’s no need to register beforehand, but registering does make it quicker to get in. Installer2020 is free to attend.
At Installer2020, many exhibitors will be offering free food and drink – either on their own stands or as part of wider promotions.
Installer2020 is for heating engineers and plumbers so we’re more than happy for you to turn up before, after or during your day’s work in your normal gear – complete with mud, plasterboard dust or grout from site.
Yes – of course. When pre-registering, colleagues and apprentices can be added onto the lead booking. Equally, if simply turning up on the day, everyone can just register as and when they arrive.
Entry to Installer Shows is free on completion of a registration form either online in advance of the show or at the door during the show’s open days.
The show is designed for and open to anyone working in or specifying for plumbing and heating, and associated trades.
However, the organisers and/or the venue operators reserve the right to refuse entry to, or eject from, the show anyone whose behaviour, demeanour or general conduct is reported or perceived to be inappropriate, distracting, obstructive, aggressive or threatening to other visitors and exhibitors, or a hindrance to exhibitors in the preparation and presentation of their sales and promotional activities at the show.