Tech And Building Conference 15/03/2011

Vietnam’s construction industry has been taking shape, with major cities undergoing amazing transformations over the last ten years with public and private works in commercial and leisure as well as industrial, such as the National Convention Center, Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Phu My Hung residential zone, Vietnam - Singapore Industrial Park, the PetroVietnam Building, Saigon Metropolitan, Vinpearl Nha Trang, and others.

Vietnam’s construction industry has been taking shape, with major cities undergoing amazing transformations over the last ten years with public and private works in commercial and leisure as well as industrial, such as the National Convention Center, Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Phu My Hung residential zone, Vietnam - Singapore Industrial Park, the PetroVietnam Building, Saigon Metropolitan, Vinpearl Nha Trang, and others.

Amidst the significantly rapid economic growth of the last five years as well as the recent expansion of Hanoi, there is a pressing need for investment in new governmental buildings. Those like the under-construction Parliament House and Ba Dinh Square are to be icons of green, modern construction technology. The Ministry of Construction has been the pioneer in attempts to adopt global trends in green and intelligent construction in these important public buildings. Changes in the mindset of authorities are to usher in changes in the shape of Vietnam’s construction industry, in the hope that the next generation of buildings will embrace a new image: efficient, green and intelligent, where smart building management solutions play a vital role.

The question is when demand will meet supply. Global players have been bolstering their presence in the local market and left a footprint in many public and private construction buildings. But growing demand requires specific understanding and practical experience.

The “Tech and Building Vietnam 2011” conference with the topic: “Green Tech and Integrated Building Management Solutions: An Inevitable Trend” provides a rare opportunity for suppliers to interact with authorities from the Ministry of Construction, high-ranking officials from a number of Project Management Units and many others. Participants can gain rare access to these officials, with whom they can directly introduce their products and services and determine the level of demand in the future development of the construction industry and in some particular projects. International experts will also be on hand to provide independent analysis 
and practical experience on issues that matter to Vietnam’s construction industry. Finally, they can also propose suggestions to make Vietnam’s construction industry thrive.

The conference will give participants the information they need to get the most out of Vietnam’s existing construction industry, in order to stay ahead of the curve in the years to come.