eThekwini Municipality has set aside R576 million to repair infrastructure damaged by the mega storm which swept through the province earlier this
month. Initial damage report assessments indicate that repairs needed will cost as much as
In the wake of the storm, many construction materials are being called into question as to whether or not they comply with national standards.
The 2018 KZN Construction Expo will once again return to the Durban Exhibition Centre on 7 - 8 February 2018 and will address the impact of the above demand for infrastructure repair within the building and construction sector and outline the opportunities that the increased spend presents for industry and small businesses alike.
What to expect in 2018
7 exhibition zones dedicated to Concrete, Construction, Digital Construction, Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing (MEP), Surfaces & Finishes, Smart Building/Eco Build and Tools & Equipment.
80 exhibiting companies
2 500 expo visitors
10 hours of networking
KwaZulu-Natal’s first ever Contractor’s Corner providing free hands-on training to over 1 000 small to medium contractor’s
Stakeholders Engagement Forum
And MUCH MORE!
Get involved today: Sponsor or exhibit- Don't miss out on securing your prime location, book your space now at KwaZulu-Natal’s MUST ATTEND building and construction show.
For more information contact:
Marcel Du Toit
Portfolio Sales Manager: KZN Construction Expo
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