Industry experts put the spotlight on Africa's infrastructure for Totally Concrete Expos
The global construction equipment market is expected to improve some 3.6% this year, with growth expected to continue for the next 4 years.
Africa will be the second fastest growing region in the world by 2025 thanks to the potential to bring in established and new technology from the leading global suppliers. Click here to find out how African Construction Expo can help you be part of this exciting sector.
Key stats and facts about the event:
- 6000+ visitors expected
- 25+ African countries participating
- R3 million+ marketing coverage
Who you will meet:
- 328 architects
- 1 089 engineers
- 520 contractors
- 157 quantity surveyors
- 240 government representatives
The African construction industry is the vital foundation necessary to support the continent’s infrastructural development requirements. The outlook for Africa’s concrete and cement sector in particular is promising, given the strong economic outlook, long-term demographic growth and rising urbanisation, all of which is boosting demand for cement and concrete.
As the industry continues to evolve, so do the opportunities at Africa’s leading construction and concrete events. The African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo taking place 9 – 11 May 2016 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa is the definitive platform to showcase your solutions, increase brand awareness, engage with key decision makers and position yourselves as the industry leader.
Get in touch with email@example.com and be involved as an exhibitor and sponsor. Marley Building Services, AfriSam, FAW and Bosch are a few of the sponsors who are on board. See who else are exhibiting! and contact us.
Some of the speakers you can expect to see at this year’s event are:
- Thierry Bogaert, CEO of Bogaert Architecture in France and pioneer of industrial architecture. With more than eighty major schemes in 20 countries, Bogaert participates regularly in the design and modernisation of industrial facilities or, more prosaically, in their visual regeneration.
- Taco Voogt is the technical director of the Concrete Manufacturers Association (CMA). A civil engineer and paving specialist, Taco took up residence in South Africa 31 years ago when he joined Murray and Roberts. He moved to Concor Technicrete (now Technicrete) in 1986 and still works for the company on a consultancy basis.
- Greg Babaya, Head of Infrastructure at Stanlib has more than 18 years of experience in energy financing, project finance and infrastructure investing in Africa, North America and Latin America.
- Karen Eicker, Director at Architects Collective, has written for SA’s foremost built environment publications, winning her the SAPOA Property Feature Journalist of the year award in 2010. Karen is a founder and director of the Architects’ Collective, which hosted the Architect Africa Film Festival nationally in 2007, 2008 and 2010. She is also Commissary General of the International Union of Architects (UIA) World Congress on Architecture, to be held in Durban in August 2014.
- Francesco Surico, R&D Manger in Concrete Admixtures at MAPEI, has over 23 years of experience in the industry. Francesco is currently providing support to regional areas through strategic planning in the field of innovation and assistance at MAPEI
For any delegate enquiries contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +27 21 700 4300
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