How will smart buildings and smart cities change the way we live and work? How can construction professionals improve buildings’ efficiency and performance through integrated technologies? These and other questions will be answered at The Big 5 Construct India 2016 during the free-to-attend “Smart buildings to smart cities” and “Design insights to deliver smart cities in the developing world” CPD certified workshops, respectively on September 28 and 30.
Industry experts will unveil India’s urban development vision and the unprecedented business opportunities it offers at The Big 5 Construct India 2016, where exhibitors from India, Germany, Italy, Malaysia, Russia, Turkey, the UAE and the UK among others will display the latest and most innovative construction products. Organised by dmg events Middle East, Asia & Africa, the leading B2B tradeshow for the Indian building and construction community will take place from 28 to 30 September 2016 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre; entrance to the exhibition will be free.
“The Government has already allocated US$ 1.5 billion to begin the roll-out of the Smart Cities Mission, upgrading and renewing the urban infrastructures in 98 key Indian cities,” Manoj Datta, Chartered Architect and Urban Planner, and speaker at The Big 5 Construct India 2016 said. The first 20 cities which will be provided with uninterrupted power and water supplies, proper sanitation and public transport, were identified in the States of Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Delhi.
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