The Cape Construction Trade Expo is the only event that deals specifically with the opportunities and challenges of the Western Cape construction industry. Now in its 4th year, the Cape Construction Expo returns to the Cape Town International Convention Centre from the 11 – 12 August 2016. The event is the largest gathering of construction professionals in the Western Cape and is the must attend event for industry stakeholders who are interested in learning about the latest trends, opportunities and development in the construction sector.
The Central City Improvement District (CCID) chairman Rob Kane said its fourth State of the Cape Town Central City Report highlighted the continued strength of investment confidence in the CBD. “The public and private sectors play a huge collaborative role in driving this economy to succeed, evidenced in the billions of rands that have come into the area in both buildings and infrastructure.”
Each and every stakeholder in the construction value chain plays a crucial role in economic development and growth within the Western Cape and the Cape Construction Trade Expo provides the rare opportunity to engage the entire value chain all under one roof.
This year will once again focus on creating lasting synergies and collaborative opportunities for all stakeholders, positively impacting industry growth and on the individual company’s bottom line.
The Cape Construction Trade Expo is the ultimate marketing experience for suppliers and solution providers to the construction industry. With over 100 exhibitors expected to showcase this year, this trade expo plays host to suppliers and solution providers involved in pre-construction, construction and post construction phases of the construction cycle. Chemicals, tools, equipment, finishes, materials and contracting services suppliers will be on hand showcasing their latest technologies and solutions.
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