Construction Expo 2015, Sri Lanka’s most comprehensive exhibition featuring each and every factor related to the construction and building industry is scheduled to be held on 12th, 13th, 14th June at the BMICH.
The Ceylon Institute of Builders (CIOB) together with presidential award winner Lanka Exhibitions & Conference Services will be organizing this mega event for the 4th consecutive year. The CIOB fully endorses this event as one of the premier construction and building materials exhibitions to be staged in Sri Lanka.
Over the years the exhibition has been the most sought after gathering place for consumers who are on the lookout for different facets related to the construction industry as well as products and service providers. Exhibitors have found the exhibition to be the most potent and comprehensive platform to meet new customers and network.
Construction Expo 2015, will also feature a ‘World Construction Symposium’ with the participation of foreign construction giants. This concurrent event will add both colour and world class expertise to the mega event.
A special Chinese pavilion will be on display this year with over 30 companies. The visiting Chinese delegation will be having B2B meetings and will be on the lookout for prospective agents and distributors.
Sri Lanka is currently experiencing a gradual boom in construction with both urban and rural areas being developed in order to be on par with the standards of developed nations. As much as government ventures and corporate ventures in construction are gathering momentum, single unit consumers who are largely families who seek to build their home or further their construction related need are among the thousands of visitors who gather during the event spanning three days.
This will be one of a kind with almost every stakeholder related to the industry being present. The consumers have grown to look at the exhibition as the one stop shop’ to suit their needs and over the years many consumers do all their purchases, inquiries and other related work during the three days of the show.
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