Now in its 5th year, the Cape Construction Expo has become the Must Attend building and construction show for the Western Cape’s built environment industry.
With over 80 exhibitors, six dedicated zones in the exhibition showcasing concrete, construction, tools and equipment, mechanical, electrical and plumbing services, digital construction, surfaces and finishes, free hands-on technical training, CPD accredited capacity building workshops, networking opportunities and more the show was a resounding success.
The event showcased the ideas, innovations, products, technologies, services and solutions that are driving the Western Cape’s industry.
We would like to thank you for participating and contributing to this year’s successful event especially to our Sponsors: Builders, BBF Safety, Knauf, AMF, CTC Plant and KIA.
Expo highlights included the Stakeholder Engagement Forum hosting crucial infrastructure conversations for the Western Cape, the Contractor’s Corner which provided free training for hundreds of small and medium sized contractors, a selection of free practical training included Continuous Professional Development (CPD) accredited workshops and over R 50 000 worth of prizes were given away. There was something for the entire built environment value chain at the Cape Construction Expo.
We have exciting plans to make the 2018 edition even bigger and better. We’d love for you to partner with us again next year for the 6th annual Cape Construction Expo at the events new venue, Sun Parks, Grand West in Cape Town for further engagement to build the Western Cape’s built environment market.
For more information contact:
Cape Construction Expo
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