Access the entire built environment at Africa’s MEGA infrastructure show
Africa’s MEGA infrastructure show – the African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo – returns to the Gallagher Convention Centre
in Johannesburg on 23 – 24 May 2017.
Next year’s event is already shaping up to be bigger and better. Proudly brought to you by Totally Construction Week the show is the biggest gathering of qualified buyers and sellers in the industry, providing you inside access to Africa’s built environment.
The African construction industry plays a vital part in supporting the continents’ infrastructural needs and development requirements. Closing Africa’s infrastructure gap is expected to cost US $360 billion between 2011 and 2040, with significant investments required by 2020.
What to expect at the show in 2017:
- NEW dedicated zones for digital construction, MEP, surfaces and finishes, equipment and tools, concrete and construction.
- Outdoor workshop auditorium featuring product demos
- Free contractor and professional training workshops
- Over 9000 qualified attendees from the construction industry
- Over 30 hours of dedicated networking time
- Over 1000 companies in attendance
- Over 25 African companies participating
- Over 80 media and association partners
- Over 2500 contractors expected
- View the 2017 brochure for more information
Here’s what some of our previous attendees had to say…
“Thank you for choosing the City of Johannesburg to partner with your event, the event was a relevant platform to showcase achieved service delivery … Looking forward to working with you on coming expos.” – Matshidiso Mlaba, Deputy Director: Marketing Unit, Group Communication and Marketing, City of Johannesburg, South Africa
“Well done to you and the Hypencia team on organising such a successful show, and thank you once again for looking after the Concrete Society in such a special way.” – John Sheath, CEO, Concrete Society of Southern Africa, South Africa
“I do believe that this exposure for Sephaku will have benefits for us, so thank you for the invite and the opportunity… I do believe that the main focus was both relevant and critical to the South African and African economies at this point in time.” – Steve Swanepoel, General Manager: Sales and Technical Support, Sephaku, South Africa
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