Warsaw Build 2015 with a rich program

Warsaw Build Fair
Warsaw Build Fair
The third edition of the Warsaw Build International Building and Interiors Exhibition 2015 will be held at Warsaw Centrum Expo XXI on 16th – 18th September this year.

About 100 exhibitors will take part in the event, including representatives of 11 countries such as Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Lithuania, Germany, Slovakia, Turkey, Ukraine, Italy and United Arab Emirates. Different solutions will be presented during the fair, for instance, solutions from the area of energy-saving construction and novelties which are present on the market of construction materials, i.a. isolation materials, window technologies, machines and decorative materials. 


The fair will also have a rich substantive program. On the first day, issues related to bailouts, assistance programs, barriers in projects based on public and private partnership, projects of a new urban planning and construction codex and proper realization of cubature investments will be discussed. The theme of the second day will be energy-saving construction and termo-modernization of buildings. Participants will become acquainted with the program presented by the European Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) – an organization devoted to modernization of facades performed with the use of the newest technologies. Panels concerning enhancement of energetic effectiveness of buildings are also planned within the event. The representatives of the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management as well as Ministry of Environment will take part in the panels. The last day envisages i.a. presentation of designers of furniture and elements of interiors arrangement as well as announcement of results of the survey „The best construction store of the year ” and competitions such as „Design matters ” and " „Diamonds of Joinery ”.  


The organizer of the International Warsaw Build 2015 Fair is Lentewenc Sp. z o o.o., which is a part of the British ITE Group specialized in organization of fairs and conferences in crucial sectors of the industry.  


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