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SLIA to hold ‘Architect 2016’ in February

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“Architect 2016 of SLIA” will take place on 16th February  at the BMICH Colombo under the theme “Flows: Touching the Void”. 

The Sri Lanka Institute of Architects (SLIA) signed Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with sponsors, who will  power SLlA’s Architect  2016 - an event which comprises the Inauguration, the National Conference, Architect 2016, Members’ Work & Trade Exhibition, Annual General Meeting and the Fellowship Night.

Led by the Alumex Group as the strategic sponsor, who has held that “top spot” for the past six years, the MOUs were signed at  Waters Edge on December 16th 2015 amidst a large gathering of members of the trade and allied professionals.

Ranjanas Ceramic (Pvt) Ltd., and True Value Products (Pvt) Ltd., are also sponsors of SLIA over the years, were joined by Nippon Paint Lanka (Pvt) Ltd. as the Associate Sponsors, while Asoka Glass & Mirror Co., Abans Engineering (Pvt) Ltd., and Access Projects (Pvt) Ltd. signed as event sponsors of the fellowship night. D. P. Jayasinghe Piling Co. (Pvt) Ltd. and Hayleys Electronics Lighting Ltd. are the co-event sponsors.

The exhibition consists of more than 300 stalls and the anticipated crowd exceeds 100,000 including the General Public, Professionals and Students. A wide range of Products and Services related to the Construction field will be displayed. A Separate area will be allocated to display the work of architects and students. Sri Lanka Institute of Architects assures to deliver the opportunity to observe various Quality Products and Services with the latest International technology in the construction industry.

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