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Ecobuild Southeast Asia

10:04 | 7/9/2016

Ecobuild Southeast Asia will be held on 12-14 April 2017 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, Malaysia.

The show is organised by UBM Malaysia, hosted by Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) Malaysia and held in conjunction with International Construction Week (ICW) 2017. With co-located events Energy Efficiency Malaysia, Greenbuild Asia, Asean Solar, Ecolight Asean, Construction Showcase, Asean REI and Construction Career Fair making it a true platform in ASEAN for the construction industry. Held under the theme “Towards Enhancing Quality & Safety in Construction” , the event will focus on Quality and Safety to reflect the importance of improving quality and safety in construction to keeping up with industry growth.
 
Sustainability has grown from a concept to encompass every aspect of our lives where we all get to understand the needs of tomorrow and can drive change together. Therefore, Ecobuild SEA has seen thousands of construction and energy professionals getting together. It has a buzzing exhibition floor, packed out conferences and seminars sessions and lots of inspiring features all under one roof. This platform is engaging with the wider construction, energy and infrastructure world.

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10:34 | 19/4/2016
Global Tourism City Conference 2016; Global Timber Conference 2016; Green Building & Parks World 2016
15:39 | 22/2/2016
Ecobuild Southeast Asia with its comprehensive showcase of sustainable construction products and solutions will be held on 12-14 April 2016 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, Malaysia.
10:03 | 15/7/2015
Green building - building green: the keystone for sustainability
09:53 | 19/6/2015
28-29 October 2015 - Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore
21:02 | 5/5/2015
Join robust discussion and gain insight from luminaries in the field on the new directions and strategies in developing sustainable global tourism cities and network with industry peers at the Global Tourism Cities Conference 2015.
15:58 | 21/6/2016 | 0 feedback
Facing with a severe shortage of parking space, Ha Noi recently issued a regulation that high-rise building projects and trade centres must have at least ...
Thanhtt
15:57 | 2/5/2011
Oops! please do not scare me! I am afraid of height. High-rise buildings are out of my mind!