New International Built Environment Week (IBEW) to address the growing needs of building efficiently, smart and green.
Singapore is set to see a new flagship event for the Built Environment sector next year. Jointly organised by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and Reed Exhibitions Singapore, and supported by 12 Trade Associations and Chambers, the inaugural International Built Environment Week (IBEW) will be held from 4 to 6 September 2019, with the theme “Transforming the way we build”.
The IBEW is set to be the largest event of its kind in the region where industry leaders and renowned professionals from the global built environment industry gather to exchange ideas and experiences on policies, business solutions and technologies, as well as explore business opportunities.
(Mr. Hugh Lim, CEO of Building and Construction Authority, Singapore together with Mr. Paul Beh, Asia Pacific President of Reed Exhibitions and representatives of 12 Trade Associations and Chambers at the soft launch of the International Built Environment Week -IBEW on 29 November 2018)
Participants can expect a wide range of meaningful activities such as a specially-curated conference, trade exhibitions, workshops, technical talks, site visits and networking receptions to facilitate learning, networking and collaboration amongst local and overseas professionals from the entire Built Environment.
The inaugural International Built Environment Week (IBEW) will bring together 1,700 delegates from more than 30 countries through its conference and attract more than 12,000 visitors to its exhibition. The week will gather professionals from the Built Environment to share today’s best practices and tomorrow’s innovations spanning the entire built environment lifecycle, from project conceptual stage to operations and maintenance and involving every profession in the entire value chain.
Riding on the success of the Singapore Green Building Week and Singapore Construction Productivity Week, IBEW 2019 will be the iconic event of the Built Environment sector. Serving as an important accelerator of the industry’s transformation, it will help stakeholders keep abreast of change and facilitate their evolution as the industry shifts towards smarter and more sustainable living spaces of tomorrow.
Join us in shaping the future of the Built Environment!
For more information, click here to visit the IBEW webpage.