Ahmedabad, April 24 (UNI) Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC), the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Deutsche Messe, Hannover, Germany (DMAG), today announced the institution of 'BuildArch 2008 and Build Up 2008', India's Comprehensive International Exhibition and Conference scheduled to be held in October at the Bangalore International Exhibition Center (BIEC), Bangalore.
Mr J P Nayak, Chairman- BuildArch 2008 and President (Operations) - Larsen&Toubro Limited, told reporters here today that the event to be held between October 21-24, has been envisaged as India's most Comprehensive International Exhibition and Conference on Architecture, Building, Construction, Property Investments and Development Opportunities on a global scale.
Mr Nayak said, ''This is the first time that these three organisations have joined hands to conduct an exhibition. BuildArch 2008&Build Up 2008, the two concurrent events have been conceived by BIEC, CII and DMAG and will be held every alternate year.'' He said, ''These mega events will invite global participation and will provide a unique platform for the Industry forum to discuss all the policy issues under one roof through high-level conferences such as International Conference on Building of the Future: Architecture&Construction, Green Building and National Conclave on Real Estate.'' Mr Nayak said, ''BuildArch 2008 is initiated to showcase cutting edge technologies in Architecture, Building, Construction sector and is an effort to bring under one roof comprehensively the options available on Technology, Materials, Interiors and Systems. The event is designed to offer complete solutions in buildings and building construction also highlighting critical policy issues that needs to be addressed to realize the immense growth potential in this sector.'' ''We are looking forward to create this unique international networking platform to enhance business opportunities along with being instrumental in bridging the knowledge gaps and bringing together the industries and the users for technology development, transfer and subsequent commercialization,'' Mr Nayak added.
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