African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo


The 5th annual African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo - Africa’s mega construction and infrastructure show and biggest gathering of 9000 qualified buyers and sellers for the entire built environment value chain. In 2017 the event features an indoor/outdoor exhibition with 6 new dedicated zones including Concrete and cement, MEP, Surfaces and Finishes, Tools and Equipment, Digital Construction and Construction. With a robust workshop programme, the event provides FREE HOT (hands on technical) training for professional development and skill building to create Africa’s leading event for built environment professionals.

Visitors

Contractors, Government officials / civil servants, Engineers, Quantity surveyors, Property developers, Architects, Financiers, Plumbers, Electricians, Cement producers, Retailers and Academics.

Exhibitors

Chemicals and Additives suppliers, Concrete solutions, Pre-cast solutions, Readymix suppliers, Alternative Building Materials suppliers, Construction and Concrete Equipment manufaturers/agents/resellers, Formwork and Scaffolding solutions, Light Steel Frame Building suppliers, Roofing suppliers, Transport Solutions, Estimating and Accounting solutions, Building Information Modeling - BIM, Cloud technology services for Construction, Document Management Solutions, 3D printing and visualisation, Product management, Faciliities Management solutions, Chemical & Corrosion Solutions, Fenestration, Windows and Doors contractors, Flooring, Walling & Cladding Solutions, Lighting and Fixtures suppliers, Paints and Coatings manufacturers, Waterproofing prodcts, Alternative and Renewable Energy Solutions, Electrical solutions, Health and Safety consultants, Heating Ventilation and Airconditioning (HVAC) installers, Plumbing suppliers, Drilling Cutting and Coring manufacturers, Steel reinforcing and structures suppliers.

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