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Kenya's largest event The Big 5 Construct Kenya will take place from 5 - 7 November 2019 in Nairobi
Kenya Architecture News - Jun 24, 2019 - 02:49 849 views
The largest construction event in Kenya is back! The Big 5 Construct Kenya will take place from 5 - 7 November 2019 at KICC, Nairobi, Kenya. The official exhibition of Kenya's National Construction Week includes the latest innovations in the construction industry that dedicated visitors like architects, contractors, engineers, building owners, MEP engineers and more... are looking out for!
World Architecture Community is Supporting Association of The Big 5 Construct Kenya 2019. Registrations are not open yet but you can be informed when registrations are online on website. You can also request a stand by filling this form.
The event will help enhance the visitor's career with the 40 FREE CPD certified workshops and the opportunity to network with thousands of professionals from the construction industry.
Studio Libeskind's new proposal for the Ngaren: The Museum of Humankind, the sculpture-like museum will tell the story of human evolution in Kenya. Image courtesy of Studio Libeskind © MAQE
Supported by National Construction Authority (NCA), the exhibition is Kenya's connection to the world of construction. Here's the chance to showcase your products at the largest construction event of Kenya.
2019 edition of the The Big 5 Construct Kenya will include 2 workshop theatres, 40 FREE CPD certified workshops and 40+ high level speakers. The themes for this year's workshops include: Project Management, Architecture & Design, Disruptive Technology and Sustainable Future Construction. See the 2019 Exhibitors List from here.
The Big 5 Construct Kenya receives over 11,000 attendees from over 30 countries. The event is segmented into five dedicated product sectors including Building interiors, Building services, Building materials & tools, HVAC R, Concrete & PMV.
A view from previous year's The Big 5 Construct Kenya. Image courtesy of Easy Engineering
"This is a very good event that is using a lot of technology right from when you enter the exhibition in terms of registration and collection of certificates. The workshops are very modern - they talk about modern services that means green buildings. Currently, there are very few green buildings in Kenya. This exhibition includes all technology from agriculture, industrial or even education – it includes everything," said Maina Kimuhu, Engineer, MAK Consulting Engineers Ltd.
Kenya will see a major growth for its construction industry in the years. According to statistics by The Big 5 Construct Kenya, construction of US $75m liquefied petroleum gas plant in Kenya begins soon, Kenya will sign a deal for the US $3bn Nairobi-Mombasa expressway project and Kenya will add 600MW of new wind capacity over next six years.
An image from a past Big5 Constuct East Africa Conference. Image courtesy of Medium
In 3-day event, visitors will find find new leads at The Big 5 Construct Kenya, they will have on direct access to buyers, they will launch new products and services. Visitors and exhibitors will have multiple networking opportunities and meet five dedicated product sectors.
"We've seen a very good turnout and we have gotten some very good contacts. We've enjoyed this event much more because I think this is a very serious expo because the people that are coming are focused on what it is that they're coming to do," Jacqueline Sarange, Scala Enterprises Ltd - Agent of Polyglass SPA.
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