Since the release of the 12th Five-year Plan of Building Industry in 2011, Chinese government has been supporting building industrialization as one of the important path paving the way for green buildings. As the largest carrier to push forward the development of urban building industrialization,residential industrialization bases also took roots and develop rapidly at different areas, especially the Yangtze Delta in Eastern China. 2013 is undoubtedly a crucial year for Shanghai promoting the development of building industrialization. The best practices guided by the policies of the municipal government contribute to Shanghai’s leading position in the development of building industrialization among other regions.
The coming 2014 Shanghai International Building Industrialization Exhibition (BIC 2014) will closely follow the rhythm of the booming market. The exhibition will collectively showcase regional and international leading building industrialization technologies and solutions, meet the strong demand for building industrialization technologies, precast products and services. Leveraging the resources from supporting government authorities, BIC 2014 shall create a high-quality communication, display, and cooperation platform further enhancing the exchange of technologies and business negotiations.
Promoting the orderly connection among advanced building industrialization technologies and solutions, meeting the strong demand for building industrialization technologies, precast products and services.
Area: 8,200 square meters
Exhibitors: more than 120 exhibitors
1. Leading construction enterprise with outstanding technologies and products from home and abroad.
2. A professional platform to present overall solutions and technology applications of building industrialization.
3. Concurrent event: For the first time ever, Europe’s leading precast industry annual event BetonTage will be in Asia. BetonTage asia (2014 Shanghai International Industrialized Architecture Engineering and Construction Congress) will be held in Shanghai on October 15 and 16, 2014. The Congress aims to provide a platform for European and Chinese industrial stakeholders to exchange knowledge and experience as well as exploring the best way for European companies to apply their products to Chinese practice.