Royal Navy’s HMS Brocklesby docked, all carpets laid, competition areas complete, exhibition stands finished and the largest ever electrical mains pull through – over 800, with more than 4000 sockets – complete and ready to power all of the drills, hairdryers, CNC milling machines, spotlights, and much more for the 900 competitors taking part. Read more on It’s all systems go at WorldSkills…
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As part of the overall build up of the Melville Exhibition & Event Services team will be delivering over 6,000sqm of office space and expert rooms, including two 65m entrance tunnels and six “Have a Go” areas, each of which will cover over 600sqm of space. To
gain some perspective on the build, they will be using over 5,000 linear metres of dwarf walling, just one of the components required to deliver WorldSkills.
The Royal Navy is bringing one of her finest warships to WorldSkills London 2011 – HMS Brocklesby, a Hunt class mine countermeasures vessel (MCMV). Recently returned from a mission in Libya, where she cleared the entrance to the port of Misrata ensuring the safe delivery of humanitarian aid, HMS Brocklesby is one of the largest warships ever
constructed out of glass-reinforced plastic. Read more on Royal Navy Minesweeper to attend WorldSkills2011…
After many months of intense training and preparation, Team UK are now ready for the once in a lifetime opportunity to compete on home soil at WorldSkills London 2011.
World Skills is now just a few weeks away and in the run up we will bring you regular updates as we work together to bring you this spectacular event – the biggest show before the 2012 Olympics.