Tuesday, 08 February 2011 13:19
Proving the sustainability of green architecture, Worldbex Services International (WSI) will once again bring the best construction industry pillars from different parts of the country to promote an environmentally-responsive Philippine World Building and Construction Exposition (Worldbex 2011) slated on March 16 to 20 at the World Trade Center, East Wing and Philippine Trade Training Center in Pasay City.
Aptly themed Emerging Green Technologies and Design towards a Holistic Paradigm, Worldbex 2011 will kick off in a better and bigger mode as it continues to become the perfect haven for the best deals, products, and services that the construction industry has to offer.
As Asia's premiere organizer of the biggest and most-attended construction trade fairs, WSI will also feature various cutting-edge materials from all over the world, including Australia, Malaysia, Korea, China, Taiwan, France, Thailand, USA, Europe, New Zealand, Canada, Germany and UK, among many others.
Together with the unveiling of the best finds in the international market, an exhibition for homegrown trends through an Architect’s and Interior Designer’s gallery that will showcase Filipino creativity and ingenuity.
Seminars have also been prepared for those who seek to gain further knowledge on the industry as it covers topics on the Challenges and Opportunities of Green Cities by Filipino architect Nathaniel Von Eisiendel; on Fostering Communities in Tall Buildings by Malaysian architect Jason Pomeroy; and on Lessons in Sustainability from the Philippines by Filipino architect Augusto Villalon, among others.
Furthermore, Worldbex 2011 expects more than 800 exhibitors and more than 138,000 visitors this year as it remains to be one of the gateways to the expanding Philippine market, as made possible by Federation of Electrical & Electronics Suppliers & Manufacturers of the Philippines (PESA), European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP), Landscape Contractors Association of the Philippines (LACAP), US Commercial Services (USCS) and Filipino Architects.
Worldbex is also supported by leading industry associations and reputable trade offices, such as Matimco, Hafele Philippines, Puyat Steel Corp., Puyat Flooring, Boysen Paint, Mariwasa Ceramics, Glass Solutions by Jaro, Lepanto/Orion Maxis, and Wilsonart.
To boot, it boasts of a visitor profile, which includes industry key players, architects, engineers, trade professionals, contractors, manufacturers, distributors, exporters, importers, dealers, construction consultants, and end users who come to view the products of exhibitors and witness excellent innovations from over 20 countries.
Clearly, WSI shows further support for the development of the building and construction industry in the country through Worldbex 2011.
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